How Australian Organisations Are Making the Business Case for Network Virtualization and Security
Australia is a world leader in its take-up of virtualization. CIOs have put the technology into server and desktop environments in large numbers. The next Holy Grail is the network. Step inside the business cases for network virtualization of top Australian organisations including the Australian Bureau of Statistics, Macquarie Telecom, Zettagrid, Telcos, universities and more.
- Learn how they convinced the business to get their projects over the line
- Discover how they convinced network engineers to embrace automation
- Realise new ways to secure traffic in your IT environment or data centre
- Identify quick wins based on actual Australian real-world production deployments
- Support your own proposal with the most up-to-the-minute advice
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