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Software Defined Data Center: Challenges

In Software Defined Data Centers (SDDC), on-demand delivery of network services is accelerated by avoiding long hardware deployment cycles. SDDCs simplify vendor replacement and support dynamic data loads by scaling out virtual appliances. In a software defined world, you can quickly identify capacity bottlenecks and migrate tenant services. In a software defined world, you (the [...]
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Cloud Networking Challenges: Capacity Management and Optimization

This is the second of five posts on The 5 Tuple Challenge. With the growth of cloud computing, customers have different types of requests. Different use-cases, such as hosting a website, scalability tests or disaster recovery plans, could result in different requirements for the network topology and network services. In a multi-tenant environment, all customers [...]
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Cloud Networking Challenges: Multi-Tenancy

This is the first of five posts on The 5 Tuple Challenge. Multi-tenancy enables cloud administrators to optimize utilization of their networking assets and provide cost effective solutions while achieving economies of scale. However, Multi-tenancy often presents unique challenges for the cloud network administrators. Each tenant's network needs to be isolated from other tenants and tenants [...]
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The 5 Tuple Challenge

Anuta – (‘The best’ in Sanskrit) signifies our vision to deliver a better cloud. As I started at Anuta, we focused on the challenges and pain points experienced by customers in delivering network services in a cloud environment (Private Enterprise or Service Provider). I will share these challenges using the 5 tuple analogy similar to [...]