SDN Re-emergence for Network Efficiency

May 14, 2019 OneNeck IT Solutions

Software Defined Networking (SDN) has been around for almost two decades. The concept was extraordinary and innovative then, but could be considered less-so in 2018. While the excitement surrounding this concept has aged a bit, real-world benefits and outcomes are emerging and bringing renewed interest.

 Find out how Adam describes the re-emergence of SDN benefits and outcomes in this CIOReview article

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Adam GrayAdam Gray
is a Solutions Architect – Enterprise Networking at OneNeck® IT Solutions. He is a Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE) with nearly a decade of experience working in many facets of the IT infrastructure industry including deployment and managed services, and most recently, infrastructure design and architecture. He spent several years working within the data center infrastructure world including servers, storage and virtualization. More recently, Adam has focused on advanced routing and switching design, SD-WAN and data center networking solutions. He joined OneNeck in 2011 and currently spends his time helping customers navigate the ever-changing landscape of network infrastructure.

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