Recently, we released our new analyst report: Rethinking Campus Networks of the Future. It examines trends that are impacting campus networks and includes a few practical solutions for bringing enhanced automation, security and visibility into the campus network overall. We’ll report on the specifics in this blog.
“Innovation has been occurring in data center networking for the past couple of years, but now we see a focus on bringing fabric and software-driven solutions to campus networks to simplify and automate the network to deal with the compounding complexity unique to the enterprise campus environment.” - IDC Technology Spotlight, Rethinking Campus Networks of the Future
If you didn’t catch the Worldwide Enterprise Networking Infrastructure 2017 Top 10 Predictions, IDC evaluated how digital transformation is causing many enterprises to totally reconsider how their network infrastructure supports business. Agile, flexible networking is now critical for thriving in the dynamic, highly networked digital ecosystem business operates in today.
As you probably know, digital transformation (what IDC calls DX—yes, another acronym!) as a whole is increasing network workloads, and by extension, the importance of the network itself. Business today is all about more, better, faster and stronger, end-to-end, which means changes in networking technology will continue at a rapid pace. Overall, there will be a greater focus on bringing fabric and software-driven solutions to campus networks to enable simplification and automation in order to battle the ever-multiplying network complexity enterprises are facing.
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