Software Defined Networking

Software-Defined Networking
What is SDN?

Software-Defined Networking (SDN) is a series of virtualization technologies that increase network performance and reduces complexity. Applied and relied on for data processing, SDN has moved beyond the data center and gained traction in mainstream networking for WANs and campus networks.

By using software applications on top of the network, SDN provides a ‘single pane of glass’ for network resources. This provides a single interface to manage, operate, and configure the entire network – instead of using hundreds of manual configurations.

Who can benefit from SDN?

In short, any business or organization juggling the challenges of coping with exponential data growth with the pressure of reducing costs can benefit from SDN. We work with organizations that are looking to set out on their network automation path, as well as those that are already on their automation path.

Quaversal’s experience includes SDN projects in a breadth of scenarios including:
  • Campus
  • Data centers
  • Network Function Virtualization (NFV) projects
  • Wide Area Networks (SD-WANs)