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The pioneers of SDN

Software-defined networks can give IT the agility and flexibility to manage today's dynamic data centers and private cloud infrastructures. Some early adopters have already jumped on board. Here's what they've learned.

The software-defined networking market is set to explode, and the benefits could be huge -- from visibility into and control over bandwidth usage to centralizing and simplifying certain aspects of network management. But these changes will have a ripple effect, as IT will need to recast the roles of network administrators and, of course, uncover SDN's lurking security vulnerabilities.

This report looks at how smart IT leaders are preparing to make full use of SDN technology and helps you navigate the new landscape.

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