Traditional networks and data centers are being stretched to their very limits by the volume of data that is created by even the smallest government agencies, the growth in bandwidth-intensive applications, the number of endpoints that are connecting to networks, and an unyielding demand for speed, scalability, and resilience. So what can be done to alleviate these problems without breaking the bank?
Do you have two minutes and thirty seconds to spare? Because in that time, just 150 seconds, you can learn how to create a better network architecture using software defined networking (SDN).
Skeptical? Watch this video from Brocade about SDN architecture and then send @FedTechInsider a tweet with the hashtag #SDNin150seconds with your questions about the value of SDN for government agencies.