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Brocade Webinar: Will SDN Kill Ethernet Fabrics? Next Steps Resource Guide

by Jill.Hundley on ‎06-10-2013 07:30 PM (2,128 Views)

Next Step Resource Guide: Brocade Webinar Will SDN Kill Ethernet Fabrics?

 

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Topic:

We are on the verge of a transformation of data center networks, but several visions of what the future entails have developed.  Some see the bright future of software defined networking (SDN) as the holy grail of networking with the promise of a simplified control plane.  Some see Ethernet fabrics as a way to gain immediate improvements in data center Ethernet with the efficiencies of multi-pathing, elimination of Spanning Tree (STP) and low latency.  But is there a world in which both of these technologies co-exist to bring about gains today?

Speakers:

Chip Copper, Global Solutions Architect, Brocade

Ethan Banks, Network Architect, Packet Pushers Interactive

 

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