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Software Defined Networking (SDN)

  1. Fundamentals of Data Networks & Networking

    Fundamentals of Data Networks & Networking

    Categories: Data Science, Software Defined Networking (SDN)
    Data networks are all around us, and networking technology has touched every aspect of modern life directly and indirectly. As soon as you wake up, you reach to your phone to connect with your community. Recent stats revealed by internet world, have shown a tremendous rise of 1,157 % in the number of internet users. Further figures have concluded the penetration rate to be 58.8% globally. At home, networks often incorporate Wi-Fi to connect to other devices. In offices, systems are connected to Local area networks for doing business. 
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  2. SDN Switch vs. Non-SDN Switch

    SDN Switch vs. Non-SDN Switch

    Categories: Cisco, Software Defined Networking (SDN)

    SDN or software-defined networking offers a set of protocols for network management, which helps to increase the mobility and agility of computer networks. Even though this is a new technology, SDN is gaining widespread acceptability. The SDN environment relies on the use of the OpenFlow type of switch or program to transmit data packets.

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  3. Top 8 Advantages of Software Defined Networking

    Top 8 Advantages of Software Defined Networking

    Categories: Software Defined Networking (SDN)

    If you are trying to learn about the real benefits of Software Defined Networking (SDN), let's start with how it simplifies control and centralize enterprise network management. The SDN is finally giving us a chance to steer clear the traditional networking methods. Earlier, the decisions of network traffic depended on the device in place and were translated through the present routing tables. Today, the SDN fundamentals ensure we have more networking control with minimum resources. By adapting the SDN style, an enterprise can adopt a more flexible version for the networking process. With SDN, an administrator or engineer can shape the movement of the traffic and use a centralized console for control.

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