The Future of the Data Center Network in a Multi-Cloud World: New Research from EMA and Pluribus

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Enterprises Management Associates (EMA) and Pluribus Networks have partnered on original research to understand how enterprises are modernizing their data center networks to support their multi-cloud strategies.
 
Join us for a webinar that will explore the key findings of this research, including:
  • How enterprises are building network fabrics that enable greater agility and application availability across multiple data centers
  • New approaches in open networking software and SDN
  • How network virtualization and automation will increasingly play key roles in these new architectures
  • The challenges enterprises encounter when adopting these new technologies
Digital enterprises are embracing hybrid multi-cloud architectures with private clouds as the anchor. Network innovation is an essential component of such an architecture. This latest research confirms that a majority of applications and workloads will continue to run in private cloud data centers for the foreseeable future, whether on-premises or in a colocation or hosted environment. In fact, 56% of enterprises intend to add new data center sites over the next two years. As enterprises continue to invest in private cloud infrastructure, they are rapidly modernizing their networks to support high application availability and agility, including significantly increased deployment of network virtualization and automation.

 
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