Software-defined networking: Ask why, not what

While SDN has its place and purpose in IT service delivery, there is a danger of it becoming a solution in search of a problem.

While a lot of vendors profess to have a software-defined networking (SDN) strategy, these strategies tend to vary in coherency. While SDN has its place and purpose in IT service delivery, there is a danger of it becoming a solution in search of a problem. Consequently, it is important to start the SDN conversation with the business case in the first instance, to assess whether the investment now, as an early adopter, is worth the risk.

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