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Successful modern computing environments today are characterised by their ability to adapt to change, their layered connectivity and their capability for running an abstracted and componentized service-based architecture that can be reconfigured into an almost infinite variety of forms. The core power to control change and deliver fine-tuning from a point of central management is much of the rationale behind Software-Defined Networking (SDN).
As networks become decoupled, increasingly cloud-centric and in many cases augmented by automation intelligence, we move away from any notion of the silo-based approach to computing that may have been more prevalent in the pre-millennial age. As Software-Defined Networking (SDN) now flourishes and starts to evolve… we can define key pain points that IT and business decision makers will be set free from.
Software-Defined Networking (SDN) represents a sea change positive upheaval in terms of the way IT departments will be able to operate, depend upon and leverage their computing backbone for greater Line of Business efficiencies, which can ultimately lead to improved financial profitability on the bottom line.