The journey to the digital enterprise requires new thinking. What have you done to modernize your data center network? Imagine being able to build a simple and secure network that empowers the data center with cloud-like scale, elasticity and adaptability. Cutting edge enterprises are transforming their data centers with software-defined technologies to improve operations and reduce costs.
But how? Find out what the data center network of tomorrow will look like. Listen to Shamus McGillicuddy, senior analyst at leading IT analyst firm Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) and Steven Shalita, vice president of marketing and business development at Pluribus Networks, to learn how the most forward-thinking enterprises are leveraging software-defined technologies to make their data centers more agile, programmable, resilient, and visible.
- New research from EMA looks closely at the key requirements to be future-ready and how innovative enterprise organizations are executing their network transformation projects by leveraging network automation, software-defined networking (SDN), network functions virtualization (NFV), and enhanced network visibility
- Pluribus Networks will explore an architectural blueprint for the cloud-enabled data center that focuses on the principles of a truly adaptive software-defined fabric that removes network complexity, automates operations, bridges the NetOps and DevOps paradigms, and enables next generation performance monitoring to improve real-time operational intelligence.
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