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Why SDN is exciting the enterprise

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Sunil Khandekar. Founder & CEO, Nuage Networks

Enterprises are looking to SDN for automation to help them align their IT to their business needs, Sunil tells Guy Daniels. It’s no longer about explaining what SDN is, but how it can be applied to workloads to help enterprises with network control and visibility. It’s very clear that SDN yields operational savings - but what excites people in the enterprise is the adoption of devops for agility. Users want SDN  as a way to swerve around vendor lock-in.  

Filmed at: SDN & OpenFlow World Congress, Dusseldorf, 14 October 2015

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