Network Virtualization - Access Control Design Guide

The term network virtualization refers to the creation of logical isolated network partitions overlaid on top of a common physical infrastructure (see Figure 1). Each partition is logically isolated from the others, and must behave and appear as a fully dedicated network to provide privacy, security, and an independent set of policies, service levels, and even routing decisions.

Provided by: Cisco Systems Topic: Virtualization Date Added: Jan 2010 Format: PDF

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