Data Center Architectures for Amazing Application Availability

 
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Modern data center networking is at the heart of delivering high application availability and business continuity/disaster recovery (BC/DR) for private clouds. On premise private cloud workloads, whether virtualized or containerized, need to be “always on.” In this webinar Dell Technologies and Pluribus Networks will review advanced techniques for achieving high availability across multi-site data centers using disaggregated networking, SDN automation and network fabrics featuring overlay network virtualization. The discussion will include architectures and best practices for advanced BC/DR and how to simplify operations across distributed data center and edge computing environments, illustrated by real-world production deployment examples.
 
In this webinar you will learn about:
  • How disaggregated networking can support advanced scale-out architectures
  • Best practices for BC/DR across data centers for private cloud application availability and performance
  • Why overlay network virtualization, network fabrics and SDN automation can simplify operations in mutli-site data center architectures
  • The pros and cons of the different approaches to network virtualization
  • The importance of network segmentation and per-flow visibility and analytics
  • Real life use cases of multi-site private cloud deployments
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