Managing the Software Defined World
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Like server virtualization before it, Software Defined Networking (SDN) has been lingering in the IT industry for a decade or more. While the advantages of making the network programmable have similar attributes to server virtualization – agility, cost efficiency, better centralized control – the challenges preventing mainstream adoption have been sufficient to keep SDN on the fringes of networking technologies. Just as server monitoring changed with virtualization, network monitoring will change as SDN becomes mainstream in a Software Defined World. This white paper explores the benefits of SDN and outlines the management challenges ahead as the technology becomes mainstream.

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