HP Networking Blog Article

Provided by: Hewlett-Packard (HP)
Topic: Data Centers
Format: HTML
Contemporary data center networks designed to support siloed IT architectures simply aren't designed meet the performance, security, availability and agility requirements of cloud. As you turn to cloud computing to accelerate business innovation and contain costs, you need to be keenly aware of how cloud (and virtualization) reshapes the way applications are deployed and consumed and how that influences your data center network design.

HP's FlexNetwork Architecture allows enterprises to securely deploy and centrally orchestrate cloud optimized architectures that scale from the data center to the network edge. The benefits include:
  • Massive architectural design simplification, connecting users to applications
  • High-performance, low-latency, ultra-resilient virtualized networking fabric
  • Open standard-based networks designed to lower operational complexity and cost
To learn more about how to how to best "cloud-optimize" your network, read "What is the Impact of Cloud on the Network?" by John P. Gray, Global Solution Manager, HP Networking.

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