SDN and NFV: How Arbor Integrates with and Protects the Next Wave of Intelligent Infrastructure

May 5, 2015
As traditional network architectures come under increasing strain, Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) hold the promise of making networks more open, predictable, flexible, user- and service-friendly and lower cost to operate. These virtualized, software-controlled networking environments, however, do not yet benefit from the range and sophistication of DDoS protections and security available for traditional networks. This presentation focuses on how the delivery of traffic intelligence, threat detection and attack blocking is evolving, regardless of whether BGP and flow or future SDN/NFV-based techniques are in use. Download this presentation to learn how Arbor Networks is adopting its DDoS solution suite to advance protections in SDN- and NFV-based networks. To listen to the original webinar replay, please visit: http://bit.ly/1zxbqA3​
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