eBook: CTO’s guide to SDN, NFV & VNF

 

Networking and communications standards and methodologies are undergoing the greatest transition since the migration from analogue to digital. The shift is from function-specific, proprietary devices to software-enabled commodity hardware.

Why is the transition happening and why is it important?

Read this eBook to:

  • familiarise yourself with the three most popular terminologies today – SDN, NFV, and VNF
  • learn why the transition is happening
  • understand why it’s important for anyone responsible for a network to understand and embrace this emerging opportunity
  • learn about the potential benefits, and some deployment and management solutions for software-enabled networking

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