Software Defined Networking Design

Most Blue Chip Manufacturing company are building their infrastructure around Software Defined Networking (SDN) and most of datacentre design we have completed in 2016 are using this technology. Software-defined networking (SDN) encompassing multiple kinds of network technology aimed at making the network very agile and flexible as the virtualizsed server and storage infrastructure used in most  datacenters. The purpose of SDN is to allow network engineers and administrators to respond quickly to changing business requirements and needs. Using software-defined network, an administrator can shape traffic from a centralised control systems without the needs of having to touch individual switches.

As a result a company can deliver services wherever they are needed in the network, without regard to what specific devices a server or other device is connected to. The key technologies are functional separation, network virtualisation and automation through programmability of the overall solution.

This is the future of networking and infrastructure,  the benefit of  Software-defined networking (SDN) is not just for larger blue chip and telecom companies, the benefit is for all business sizes. ITM Systems  has invested to help businesses take advantage of VMware NSX or just plain  Software-defined networking (SDN) using Linux. With Software-defined Networking,  Infrastructure as a Service’ (IaaS) become very easy to implement. Our team is able to help you design a very secure IaaS using Software-defined networking (SDN).