Brocade Predicts 2013 for the Rise of SDN

Sean Ong, country manager, Brocade predicts the following for 2013.

1.    Software-Defined Networking (SDN) deployments begin -  to reduce CapEx (capital expenditure) and OpEx (operating expenditure) and increase service responsiveness – organisations are looking for technology alternatives that will streamline service creation and foster innovative applications and services.

2.    Death of the “Transaction-Based” user - mobile and fast connectivity will allow users to be always connected to the Internet, killing away to need to save bandwidth in order to reduce costs. 

A “transaction-based user” is an individual that will connect to the Internet to conduct an activity (such as to make a purchase or to stream content), and then log off.

3.    Cloud under the microscope - cloud computing will come under review after having been promoted to elevated celebrity status for the past two years. Organisations will start to audit the benefits of cloud implementation.

4.    Customers bite back on vendor lock-in - Trust is essential when building a network to support mission-critical applications, and enterprises will turn to trusted vendors to deploy flexible and scalable solutions.

5.    Technology will begin to overcome human shortcomings- more advanced automation which will improve quality of life.

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