Issue OverviewNetwork Evolution - Special Edition Spring 2013, Vol. 1, Iss. 1
As the software-defined networking (SDN) hype is replaced by real products, this edition of The New Network will look at the current state of SDN testing, development and deployment, as well as how SND and data center network fabrics complement each other to create flatter programmable networks. It also offers advice on how to introduce SDN to your network in phases. Access >>>
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Software-defined networking applications move beyond the data center
by Michael Morisy
Software-defined networking is often considered a data center technology, but new SDN applications will improve performance in the LAN and WAN as well.
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