Top 10 Technology Trends For Indian Companies In Infrastructure And Operations
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Bangalore: Gartner today highlighted the top 10 strategic technology trends for most Indian organizations in infrastructure and operations in 2014. Analysts presented their findings during Gartner Symposium/ITxpo, being held at Goa through October 24.

“We have identified the key technology trends that Indian companies should monitor closely over the next five years,” said Milind Govekar, managing vice president at Gartner. “Internal trends, market trends and societal trends are rapidly converging, and many will have dramatic effects on infrastructure and operations planning.” The top 10 technology trends include:

#1 Software-defined Networks

Software-defined networks (SDN) provide a means to abstract the network just as server virtualization abstracts the server. Unlike traditional networks where distributed forwarding and routing protocols manage topology based upon port and route metrics, the SDN controller (pair) is optimized for control of a data center (single, or hybrid cloud) and is the authoritative source for topology and policy enforcement. This is important in that it allows simplification of how the network is designed and operated such that one is not boxed by configuring it to individual vendor platforms and even different distributed network protocols.

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