Network infrastructures have traditionally been created with purpose-built components and solutions.
These components and solutions were optimized for their intended performance, such as speed, bandwidth, threat handling, or service deployment.
They effectively provide the necessary connectivity and network services to run the business.
Today, however, we have the Internet of Everything.
The number of devices, clouds, and items connected to the network are expected to increase greatly.
To help your enterprise overcome the impending complexity and promote business growth, you must start simplifying your network infrastructure now.
Delivery and orchestration of network services must work on a larger scale but be simple enough for rapid deployment. Instead of operating the enterprise network infrastructure on a device by device basis, the infrastructure should beaccessed through a centralized point of control.
IT should adopt a more automated provisioning model of the entire network as single entity to quickly respond to new growth opportunities.