Brocade (News - Alert) announced that the company was the On-Demand Data Center with its offerings in Ethernet and Fiber Channel fabrics and core routing, and will exhibit its services at an upcoming event.
By pioneering various innovations in Software-Defined Networking (SDN), the company provides automated, efficient, agile and scalable networks.
With never-before growth in digital data traffic, Internet-connected devices and virtualization technologies are encouraging the adoption of cloud-based applications and services that provide advantages in scalability, cost, operational simplicity and business agility.
The network is critical to this new business model. To tackle these problems, Brocade provides The Brocade One strategy, which is an innovative approach to creating networks that assist companies in transitioning easily to a world where information and applications reside anywhere.
At this event, Brocade will showcase how its fabric-based Ethernet and Fiber Channel networking solutions enable The On-Demand Data Center. Conference activities will include a chance for attendees to experience the simplicity of building an Ethernet fabric, which is based on Brocade VCS Fabric technology.
This technology makes use of a pair of Brocade VDX switches.
Attendees can also join the discussion with Brocade and industry leaders to discuss why Fiber Channel and Ethernet fabrics are the well-suited network infrastructure for enterprise storage.
Recently, the company acquired virtualization startup, Vyatta in an all-cash transaction. The company’s CEO Mike Klayko has stated that Vyatta (News - Alert) would complement the investments Brocade has already made in various fields, including Ethernet fabrics and SDN.
This will improve the San Jose, Calif.-based company’s build and partner efforts.
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Edited by Braden Becker