The future of SDN security: A new touchless configuration policy
Software-defined network security: A 'no-touch' approach
Using software-defined networking to provide SDN security is a fluid topic and can vary from business to business. However, despite its difficult-to-define nature, SDN security is an achievable goal if you can extend SDN’s role beyond enhanced network capability.
To do this, you’ll want to consider a touchless configuration policy. In this expert e-guide, we discuss what it takes to make this “no-touch” approach a reality.
Find out how the concepts of network change management and security are changing to support automation, centralized management tools, template-based configuration, and more.