Technologies and Solutions Bring New Strategies in Future
FREMONT, CA: For the enterprises, there lies a lot of challenges in adopting a better strategy for an agile environment. Technologies, solutions and the trends offered to them are like a bridge to cross over and fix the bugs on their path. In 2015, organizations witnessed many innovative platforms, solutions and technologies, and while moving on to 2016, people obviously expect something more brilliant and impressive, giving way to enhanced intelligence of smart machines and transforming technologies.
Nowadays, most of the enterprises depends on Cloud technologies and networks; keeping track of the customers who operate on them is a cumbersome task. For the days to come, the old IP network will try to be more intelligent to its best for enterprises and service providers to deliver better services. When new solutions and technologies are released, the new types of security breaches turn up to overtake them. So the future needs more attention which requires organizations to deploy advanced security solutions.
The services delivered by Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) accelerates and replaces specialized networking hardware in multiple network roles, such as Application Delivery Controllers (ADCs). In present day world, ADCs have begun transforming into a virtual (vADC) model to manage workloads. For the reason that Teleco is growing up with virtual architecture, Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) for their customers, will have to embrace SDN and NFV by 2016.
Another technology that provide services to meet business demands is DevOps; which delivers agile and strategically brilliant softwares. According to IDC, enterprises pursuing digital transformation strategies are expected to render more than twice the current software development capabilities towards 2018. When it comes to Big data and analytics, the ability to give real time results, creates a distinct competitive edge for any business.
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