By Daniel Montesanto, Global Product Strategy, HP Networking
Think new-fangled “‘network virtualization” solutions using technologies like OpenFlow and network controllers are only good for enterprise data center and provider networks? Think again. HP’s Virtual Service Network (VSN) architecture applies these technologies in campus and branch environments as well to give network administrators a path to more streamlined, secure provisioning and management of increasingly fragmented client edge networks.
By Ben Van Kerkwyk, Architect, Advanced Technology Group HP Networking
In my colleague’s previous blog, we described HP’s virtual service network (VSN) architecture. Now we’ll look at the VSN architecture in the context of the data center and discuss how this innovative approach is the foundation for a much more agile, scalable and secure network solution.