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Software Defined Networking: Why We Like It and How We Are Building On It

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Software Defined Networking (SDN) is a compelling development for the public sector. It helps to simplify operations by automating and centralizing network management tasks. It makes the network more ...

Software Defined Networking (SDN) is a compelling development for the public sector. It helps to simplify operations by automating and centralizing network management tasks. It makes the network more responsive to dynamic business and institutional needs by coupling applications with network control. Finally, Software Defined Networking gives IT teams more agility, because they can quickly customize network behavior for emergent business needs.

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