In this new white paper, sponsored by Dell EMC and Pluribus Networks, IDC analyst Brad Casemore examines the disaggregation of hardware and software and how it can lay the foundation for a data center network infrastructure that is “automated, agile, flexible, and scalable.”
“The growing interest in disaggregation, which occurred first among the hyperscale cloud behemoths, is about establishing the right network abstractions to allow for software-defined agility, flexibility, simplicity, operational efficiencies, and scalability in networking.”
Casemore further examines digital transformation and the evolution of IT platforms, as well as networking in the cloud era.
“Those who embrace technologies such as SDN, open approaches to networking, network automation, and network orchestration will be able to directly contribute to business outcomes, support the needs of developers and lines of business, and go from being seen as cost centers to being perceived as legitimate contributors to meaningful business outcomes.”
After a comprehensive review of network technologies and trends, the paper examines Dell EMC open networking hardware and Pluribus Networks open networking, next-generation SDN data center solutions, including Netvisor®️ ONE and the Adaptive Cloud Fabric™.
Download the white paper to learn more about open networking with Dell EMC and Pluribus Networks.
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About the Author
Jay has over 15+ years of engineering, technical marketing and product management experience in the networking industry. Prior to joining Pluribus, Jay served as the Director of Product Management for several of Cisco’s Enterprise networking product lines, including the launch of the market leading and latest generation of ISRs - ISR4000 series and the virtualization platform ENCS5000 Series. His specialties include Enterprise and Managed Service Provider Networking solutions including SD-WAN, NFV, Data Center switching and Converged Infrastructure solutions. Jay is responsible for driving the Pluribus product/solutions portfolio and technical marketing and partner activities.