6 Reasons to Consider SDN for Campus Networks
This resource is published by Brocade Communications Systems
Software-defined networking (SDN) offers today’s static campus networks much needed flexibility and
programmability to enhance resource utilization and achieve faster application deployments. SDN enables dynamic network provisioning, leading to enhanced business productivity, security and improved user experience.
What are some key benefits of SDN? Find out how you can give IT more control over the behavior and performance of their networks. Learn the importance of centralizing control and enabling programmability to achieved the behaviors you want.
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