Businesses Split on Adoption of Software-Defined Networking
When asked what their organizations are looking for when adopting SDN, 30 percent of IT pros cited high availability and resiliency.
Businesses in the United States appear to be split on the issue of adopting software-defined networking (SDN), according to a Juniper survey of 400 IT decision-makers working in education, financial services, government and health care industries.
SDN architectures are designed to decouple network control and forwarding functions, enabling network control to become directly programmable and the underlying infrastructure to be abstracted from applications and network services.
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