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3 Software-defined Networking Methods: What You Need to Know Today

08.19.2013
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The actual technology for implementing Software-defined Networking is still in its infancy, but there are already several different methods for executing SDN that exist today.  This video covers three potential methods for building SDN.


The promise of software-defined networking (SDN) has piqued the interest of many IT organizations, but it's not always clear what SDN is or how it works. In this clip from Dell Enterprise Forum 2013, Arpit Joshipura, VP Product Management and Marketing for Dell Networking, explains the three different approaches to SDN that vendors are employing today. Then learn how an open, unbiased networking approach can ease migration to SDN for organizations.

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Omar Ahmed replied on Mon, 2014/07/28 - 6:28pm

best vedio,thanks

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Ahmed Hashem replied on Sat, 2014/08/23 - 11:57am

 it's very good to me to read this article

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