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Intent Based Networking

Intent Based Networking

According to the prestigious consulting firm Gartner, Intent-Based Networking System – IBNS - technology will be the go-to tool for managing data networks in a few years’ time. It is an evolution of Software-Defined Networking SDN / SD-WAN.  If we take into account that SDN technology is still in the implementation phase, what does this evolution actually involve? Basically, the idea is that...

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Application-Aware Routing related to SD-WAN

Application-Aware Routing related to SD-WAN

Application-Aware Routing is a change to the way we think about how data packets should be routed through an IP network and is closely related to SD-WAN, Policy-based routing and the use of SLA’s – Service Level Agreements. Ever since the beginning of the Internet, sending information between two Internet points has been done by breaking the information down into packets and adding some header...

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Network Services based on Models

Network Services based on Models

Network service providers are currently up against a serious issue: how to improve agility when setting up new competitive services to meet the demands of the IT world. It’s not just about reducing network equipment expenses (needed to maintain competitiveness) but being able to deploy services at a much quicker pace. IT is calling for increased bandwidth from service providers and this, in...

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SDN and NFV: New paradigm communication

During the past two years, a lot has been discussed about SDN/NFV technologies which promise major changes in the current communication scenarios. Many have pointed out that the current network status does not allow a quick evolution, new protocols or facilitate the implementation of new services. We can consider the evolution of existing protocols or creating new ones that meet current needs,...

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