The cloud is changing the way enterprises manage networking. In legacy networks, infrastructure remained under the control of an organization either on premises or in a private cloud. As more workloads and applications move to public cloud — and later, the distributed cloud edge — there is a need for a new networking architecture based on a diverse range of cloud networking contracts. These networks must be more adaptable, agile, and based on cloud infrastructure using applications programming interfaces (APIs). Often built using distributed technologies such as microservices and virtual instances, the cloud native-networking system can be engineered to manage, secure, and operate networks across a variety of cloud infrastructures — on demand.
This session will take a look at new approaches to cloud-native networking and what it means for the future.
Scott closes this event with a 15 minute Q&A with the panel participants, the media from around the globe and their VIP guests.
Analyst Chair: Scott Raynovich, Chief Technology Analyst, Futuriom