HPE Software-Defined Networking

Software-defined networking (SDN) gives an agile, programmable, and centrally managed network design. HPE's SDN provides a programmable network that is aligned to business applications and is based on open standards making it easier to manage and keep up with today's growing workloads.

HP Software-Defined Networking

What is SDN?

Software-defined networking is an architecture that decouples the network control and forwarding functions, allowing the network control to become centrally programmable and the underlying infrastructure to be abstracted for applications and network services.

Enterprise-Ready SDN

HPE has an enterprise-ready SDN solution with a portfolio of more than 50 SDN-enabled switches, with more than 30 million ports installed.

  • HPE Virtual Application Networks (VAN) SDN Controller provides a unified control point in an SDN-enabled network, which simplifies management, provisioning, and setup.
  • HPE Open Standards Infrastructure provides underlay and overlay technologies such as OpenFlow and Virtual Extensible LAN (VXLAN).

Easily Migrate

Take advantage of SDN and migrate at your own pace to future-proof your network with minimum risk. Optio Data provides a full network evaluation that provides assessment, design, implementation, integration services, and ongoing support.