Software Defined Networking

by George Chetcuti [Published on 4 Feb. 2013 / Last Updated on 4 Feb. 2013]

The key characteristic of Software Defined Networking is the separation of the virtual network from the physical network, through a layer of software that hides the physical topology from the applications.

This month’s newsletter by Deb takes us to the latest trends in IT. She writes, “You’ve probably already heard about Software Defined Networking, or SDN. If you’ve been working 26 hours a day (well, sometimes it feels like it), just trying to keep your servers all running and your users happy in an age of tight budgets and overworked, understaffed IT departments, you might not be familiar with the term. But it’s a good bet that you’ll be hearing about it soon.” If you want to learn more about SDN and other interesting topics, all you have to do is to subscribe to our monthly newsletter written by Debra Littlejohn Shinder.

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