Software defined anything network (SDN) refers to a technology that helps organizations maintain complex networks. It helps in overcoming limitation associated with traditional network infrastructure. The software defined anything network marker is emerging as one of the most lucrative and promising networking technologies in the global market. This is mainly because of its ability to help organization enable network virtualization and innovation and addressing networking problems.
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Software defined anything network is poised to redefine networking as it effectively help in separating data plane from control plane, a lucid improvisation to the traditionally distributed control planes. Apart from this, some of the prominent factors responsible for the growth of the software defined anything market are-
• Software define network is gaining immense popularity among the consumers owing to its ability to offer ease of operation to the enterprise.
• Software define network helps segregate controls and data plane in the network. This helps to implements a centralized and programmable control over data networks. Thus, it plays a major role in managing typical networking infrastructure in organizations. It offers enhanced implementation of customized, virtual, and automated network for data traffic management and efficiently managing big data and other technologies.
• However, lack of awerness and absence of skilled manpower to operate this technology is expected to hamper growth of the software defined anything market.
• One of the vital factor contributing to the growth of the software defined anything market is the rising need from the end users. Growth in the deployment of personal devices such as smartphones, notebooks, and tablets to access corporate networks is main reason behind this increased demand.
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• For instance, in December 2018, Vodafone entered into a strategic partnership with Huawei to base its SDN and NFV deployment. Under this, Huawei would supply its OpenStack-powered cloud OS, FusionSphere for building agile cloud data centers for Vodafone.