Eliminating Private Cloud Networking Barriers

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IT organizations are looking to private clouds to improve business agility and simplify operations. Many are introducing converged infrastructure and hyperconverged infrastructure solutions to support cloud initiatives and agile development practices. But legacy data center networks often stand in the way.Private clouds require a new multipurpose data center network, designed from the ground up to support diverse applications and workloads without sacrificing performance or service quality. Fully programmable and highly adaptable, the next-generation network easily integrates with service orchestration tools and DevOps systems to enable elastic services and self-serve IT.

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