Inside IT: Implementing Software Defined Networking in the Enterprise

March 4th, 2014 |
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IT Best Practices: Episode 70 – Over the last decade, Intel IT has been employing virtualization technology in the data center for the office, enterprise, and service environments. Servers have been virtualized, and server and storage provisioning have become automated and self-service. That level of automation and virtualization is now moving into the network element. Sridhar Mahankali is a Cloud Networking Architect with Intel IT. In this podcast he gives a little history behind this change in the data center, explains how SDN is technology that has matured to the point of adding real value to the enterprise, and outlines how Software Defined Networking is being implemented at Intel.

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