What is Networking/ Virtualization?

Network virtualization (NV) is defined by the ability to create logical, virtual networks that are decoupled from the underlying network hardware to ensure the network can better integrate with and support increasingly virtual environments. Over the past decade, organizations have been adopting virtualization technologies at an accelerated rate. Network virtualization (NV) abstracts networking connectivity and services that have traditionally been delivered via hardware into a logical virtual network that is decoupled from and runs independently on top of a physical network in a hypervisor.

Benefits of Networking/ Virtualization

Enhance enterprise agility

Disaster Recovery

Easier migration to cloud

Recoverability: ability to quickly recover from hardware failures

Reduce capital and operational costs

Maintain high standards of security