eBook: CTO’s guide to SDN, NFV & VNF

Alexia Emmanoulopoulou

Alexia Emmanoulopoulou

on 16 May 2016


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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