Software Defined Networking: What Is It and Why Do You Need It?
sponsored by Enterasys

Traditional network architectures lack the scalability, agility, and programmability today’s dynamic computing environment requires, causing many organizations to consider the option of software-defined networking (SDN).

But what is SDN? What can it do? Why do you need it?

This comprehensive whitepaper aims to answer all of these questions and then some. Gain insight into the networking challenges driving SDN adoption, as well as down-to-earth analysis of the true promises and realities of SDN.

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