How you can deliver the entire networking and security model in software, decoupled from traditional networking hardware without having to rip and replace.
Why extending the operational model of compute virtualization to the network can achieve greater flexibility while providing a much tighter, fine grained way of securing applications, data and other workloads.
Why network virtualization provides a pathway for securing your on-premises applications, your containerised applications, and your workloads in public cloud providers.
How to build the application blueprint and have it drive all of the networking, security and load balancing configuration needed to deliver a fully-fledged, functioning application using vRealize Automation.
Virtualization has moved beyond just server and storage capacities and now encompasses the network as well and reaching all the way to user endpoints.
Network virtualization is a process of abstraction which separates logical network behavior from the underlying physical network resources. Network virtualization allows network aggregation and provisioning, combining different physical networks into a single virtual network, or breaking a physical network into multiple virtual networks that are isolated from each other. This sometime called “External Network Virtualization” (Ex- VLAN technology).
Network virtualization is
More utilization of hardware.