Why SDN is about the Legacy Network
Jun 29, 2018
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Anil Vishnoi, Principal Software Engineer, Lumina Networks
Some ask why SDN is not more widely deployed. Part of the answer to this question is that most vendors require you to replace your existing equipment to “software define” your network.
Lumina has a unique approach to SDN migration that brings SDN to both your new network and your legacy network. This allows migration to SDN and NFV technologies while bringing benefits to your existing network equipment as well. Lumina’s Microservices framework is a key innovation that enables simultaneous SDN support for white boxes, virtualized network functions and legacy network equipment all via the Lumina SDN Controller.
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