What SDN can and cannot do for your network – Part 1

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    Software defined networking (SDN), an approach to computer networking that enables network managers and administrators to control network services using software, is still a relatively new concept.

    As such, many organizations are still wondering how they can make use of SDN.

    Rami Rahim, executive vice-president of Juniper Networks, talks about his company’s approach to SDN and provides some insights on what SDN can and cannot do for your network.

     

     

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