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Legacy Network is limiting you!

In fact that traditional network is so complex and managing it is a nightmare for your team. With traditional networking, networking functionality is typically implemented through a dedicated hardware appliance such as a router, switches, firewalls or application controller – each of which much be manually configured by an IT administrator who is responsible for ensuring each appliance is updated with the latest configuration settings.

One of the major problems that comes from managing a network in this way is that it takes a great deal of time and technological expertise to perform these tasks and making just one mistake in a network where everything is linked individually could potentially bring the whole system down to its knees.

Risky, expensive and highly limited in their capabilities, traditional networking solutions are in steady decline and now the time has come to start introducing new perspectives on how networks are managed.

With this in mind, software defined networking is rapidly becoming the go to solution for those who are having trouble overcoming the limitations of traditional networking – but what is exactly is it?

By decoupling hardware from software i.e. separating the control plane (which determines where to send traffic) from the data plane (which carries out these decisions and forwards traffic), SDN enables the hardware to be controlled/managed from a centralised software application that is separated from the hardware itself.

What SDN can do for you
 

Simplify operations

Reduce complexity by decoupling the control and data planes, while making automation highly secure and scalable.

 

Achieve faster integration

Deploy applications and services faster by leveraging open APIs. Easily integrate third-party products.

 

Programmable networks

Eliminate manual configuration. Provision and manage data centers, campuses, and wide-area networks.

 

Centralisation

Centralize configuration, management, control, monitoring, service delivery, and cloud automation.

 

Free Your Network

Common question is do you really need it. The answer is very simple, Yes! However, it doesn't mean that you are going to replace your entire network tomorrow morning. It is a transition process and it can be slowly and doesn't hurt your budget.