Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is a protocol that has existed since 1995, and it can be seen as one of the first technologies to enable software-defined networking (SDN) network infrastructure. Through control plane activities, BGP allows the management of services and resources within and between network infrastructures. Recent developments have made BGP an even more service-aware technology, supporting enhanced and innovative off-path traffic manipulation to support resource and service mobility, which in turn will allow operators to optimize CapEx and OpEx in a services-aware data network.
This webcast provides insight into the different areas where SDN-driven networks can benefit from enhanced BGP capabilities and design architectures to promote mobility, virtualization, and resource and service awareness.
Register to listen to the WebEx replay at: http://tools.cisco.com/gems/cust/customerSite.do?METHOD=W&LANGUAGE_ID=E&SEMINAR_CODE=S20463&PRIORITY_CODE=194542_20
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