SDN

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Software-Defined Networking

The idea of programmability is the basis for the most precise definition of what SDN is: technology that separates the control plane management of network devices from the underlying data plane that forwards network traffic.

Data center SDN architectures feature software-defined overlays or controllers that are abstracted from the underlying network hardware, offering intent-or policy-based management of the network as a whole. This results in a data-center network that is better aligned with the needs of application workloads through automated (thereby faster) provisioning, programmatic network management, pervasive application-oriented visibility, and where needed, direct integration with cloud orchestration platforms.

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SDN promises to reduce the complexity of statically defined networks; make automating network functions much easier; and allow for simpler provisioning and management of networked resources, everywhere from the data center to the campus or wide area network.

  • SD-WAN Solution

    SD-WAN provides a highly secure, cloud-delivered wide-area network that is simple to manage and easy

  • vCPE Solution

    vCPE solution enables IT to offer multiple services to lines of business that require different physical devices from multiple vendors.

  • uCPE Solution

    uCPE solution consists of a generic hardware platform, a vendor agnostic virtualization layer and host of different virtual applications or VNFs.