What happened to software-defined networking? It matured

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This article appeared in the August 2017 issue of CRN magazine.

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What happened to software-defined networking? It matured
For a while there, it felt as if we were drowning in “software-defined” everything. In the software-defined networking (SDN) space, there was of course a pitched battle between Cisco with its application-centric infrastructure (ACI) and VMware with NSX, each ...

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