SDN Vs. Intent Based Networking

SDN vs Intent-based networking

Given that technology is progressing faster than at any point previously in our history, it comes as no surprise that the age of machine learning, artificial intelligence, automation, the Internet of Things, and virtualization has finally arrived. One of the biggest technological innovations of the last five years or so has been the advent of …

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SDN Vs. Intent Based Networking was last modified: August 27th, 2018 by Rick Spencer

Containers vs virtualization: which is superior?

Containers and virtual machine architecture comparison

Virtualization has been the foundation for many modern technologies, and that CAN’T go without saying for the next- generation network implementation: Network functions virtualization and software-defined networking (NFV/SDN). Virtualization has consistently been used to simplify deployment, management, orchestration and elasticity for communication service providers (CSP) and today leading CSPs have virtualized over half of their …

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Containers vs virtualization: which is superior? was last modified: October 10th, 2018 by James Piedra

Evolve and Adapt: The Network Equipment Industry In The SDN Era

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It’s becoming harder for traditional network equipment vendors to compete with the freedom, low CAPEX and sheer flexibility that software-defined networks bring to the table. Proprietary hardware-based solutions from vendors are continuously losing out to open source software solutions deployed on top of much cheaper, open hardware like x86 network rackmount appliances. Linux, the largest …

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Evolve and Adapt: The Network Equipment Industry In The SDN Era was last modified: July 16th, 2021 by James Piedra