Like computing, networking must evolve a virtualization layer that decouples workloads from the physical network. Until this happens, the full potential of compute virtualization will remain unrealized. Traditional networking approaches are not well suited for this task.
Distributed Virtual Network Infrastructure (DVNI) provides a network virtualization architecture that addresses the shortcomings of traditional network approaches, providing a host of virtualization benefits, such as isolation, mobility, scalability, dynamic provisioning without restriction, and hardware independence. As a result, DVNI is taking hold in the world’s largest virtualized data centers.
Download the DVNI Architecture White Paper on the right to learn more.