Seamless Integration of SDN with Conventional Networking Using Commodity Bare Metal Switches

Open Network Summit

2015 is the year when real-world use cases for SDN will emerge, and many firms are leading the way. This webinar will discuss five use cases for SDN that are gaining traction, the technologies being used, and their business drivers. Use cases include data center-to-data center, SDN at the routed edge, campus networking, SDN within the data center, and network taps.
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