The Proven Benefits of Software Defined Networking Explained

Software Defined Networking (SDN) is a means of simplifying configuration and increasing flexibility in hardware deployment by separating the control functions of networking gear from hardware-based processing.

When it comes to SDN, Indiana University and Marist College prefer to grow their own. And both institutions are using SDN in production data center applications by leveraging software developed on their own campuses.

via EdTech

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