The Business Case for Software-Defined Networking
sponsored by Brocade

Software-defined networking (SDN) enables direct programmatic control of the network in line with end-user application needs, rather than programming around the network. And this means improved efficiency. 

But increased efficiency is only a portion of the benefits the technology has to offer.

This informative paper takes an in-depth look at the cost savings that can be obtained from utilizing SDN over the present mode of operation (PMO). Read on to find out how easy it is to make a business case for SDN in your organization.

 

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