Software-Defined Networking (SDN) in the real-world

Software-Defined Networking (SDN) has evolved over the last few years from concept, to basic protocols to a new framework for evolved data networking. In 2014 this new approach to networking has found its way into pilots and even production networks across multiple industries. That’s because SDN allows users to abstract network services from the underlying network hardware – turning the standard network deployment on its head and focusing squarely on the applications that the network provides connectivity for.  This new level of flexibility and agility is enabling businesses to provide faster more reliable IT and Cloud services than they ever could before.

Realizing these benefits takes time because SDN is still an emerging technology. Solutions are evolving and early adopters are undertaking much of the integration work to make new SDN gear work with their existing infrastructures.

This session will examine the benefits and challenges of implementing SDN through a case study in which a customer successfully deployed SDN technology. Join Gigaom Research and Nuage Networks for “ Software-Defined Networking (SDN) in the real-world,” a free analyst webinar on Tuesday, July 15, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. PDT.

Key topics of discussion

  • Opportunities presented by SDN
  • Constraints and realities of this still nascent technology
  • Case studies of successful SDN deployments
  • Where to start and how to proceed with an SDN pilot
  • Conclusion and key take-aways

Who Should Attend

  • CIOs and CTOs
  • Cloud Service Providers
  • Network architect/engineers
  • IT decision-makers


SDN meets the real world: implementation benefits and challengesThis report underwritten by: Nuage Networks