Software Defined Networking
Conventionally, computer networks are made up of switches arranged in a tree structure. This made sense back when static client-server infrastructures were dominant but today, that is no longer the case. In today's world where the cloud is king, infrastructure is required to be both flexible and secure. The corporate network is accessed from many places, using many different devices and data centers host multiple tenants, all running complicated and ever-changing services on the same cloud.
Software Defined Networking (SDN) means that the definition of which devices are connected to each other in a computer network becomes independent from the hardware in place. SDN gives you the ability to change a computer network in a matter of seconds without ever touching any cables. As users connect from different locations and data centers create/terminate different services, the network is constantly updated on the fly, providing both flexibility and security to its users.
As an expert in the field and author of OpenVNet, Axsh can help you develop and/or set up any software defined networking system you require.
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