Forget cloud, big data and the internet of things for a second – there’s something just as big that most IT executives and businesses are blissfully unaware of. It’s called software-defined networking (SDN) and it’s the future of networking.
By definition, a stampede is a mass impulse that encourages a group of people or animals to run with no clear direction or purpose. A situation of this nature can often cause damage. Without a common understanding or goal, it can be challenging to ensure the safety of each individual.
More often than not, when it comes to upgrading an IT environment the network component is the last thing companies look at. With the advent of storage, server and other forms of virtualisation that’s potentially a major pitfall as networks today can’t keep up with the demand put on them by new technologies.