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Software-Defined Networking

 

Updated: July 1, 2014

Software-defined networking is the use of software to seamlessly extend your on-premises network to include pooled and automated virtual resources in the cloud. This optimizes utilization of your existing physical network infrastructure, and increases agility and flexibility via centralized control. Business-critical workloads are also optimized by innovative network services, such as Hyper-V Network Virtualization.


Software-Defined Networking

Guide

How can this guide help you?

Deploy highly scalable tenant network infrastructure for hosting providers

Solution
As a hosting provider, your organization has found that the current hybrid cloud solution doesn’t scale well, it is inefficient, and it is expensive to operate. This solution helps you to provide tenants with a simpler, cost-effective way to connect their networks by using secure network isolation in a hybrid cloud service.

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