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Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV) are two emerging technologies that are helping companies create modern and agile networks that can adapt to rapidly changing business requirements.

SDN is an architecture that enables dynamic bandwidth allocation, improved performance for critical applications and greater flexibility to support needed business changes. NFV provides IT professionals with the ability to quickly deploy network capabilities such as routing via software running on commodity hardware and in the cloud.

This white paper will help you assess how your organization can take advantage of SDN and NFV within your IT environment.

Here are 6 things CIOs should consider about these technologies when evaluating SDN and NFV solutions:

  • The Business Case
  • Integration with Current Systems
  • Skills, Training and Culture
  • Standards
  • Security
  • Cost

Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV) are two emerging technologies that are helping companies create modern and agile networks that can adapt to rapidly changing business requirements.

SDN is an architecture that enables dynamic bandwidth allocation, improved performance for critical applications and greater flexibility to support needed business changes. NFV provides IT professionals with the ability to quickly deploy network capabilities such as routing via software running on commodity hardware and in the cloud.

This white paper will help you assess how your organization can take advantage of SDN and NFV within your IT environment.

Here are 6 things CIOs should consider about these technologies when evaluating SDN and NFV solutions:

  • The Business Case
  • Integration with Current Systems
  • Skills, Training and Culture
  • Standards
  • Security
  • Cost

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