Software-defined data center

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About Software-defined data center

In the new software-defined data center, software will manage virtual and physical resources across compute, network and storage for true convergence. In this section, learn about the role of SDN and network virtualization in cloud networking and multi-tenant networks. And learn how programmable networks and SDN will enable automation and orchestration across the entire data center.