May 02, 2018
Las Vegas, NV, United States
Organizations today are becoming data-driven, technology-focused enterprises. To execute on this imperative, businesses must rethink how their critical network infrastructure is architected, operated and managed. Networks must be modernized architecturally and operationally, from the datacenter though the enterprise campus and out across the WAN to the branch and remote offices. Rigid architectures and manual processes must evolve to become flexible models powered by intelligent automation. This will make networks simpler to procure, provision, deploy, and manage. It will allow networks to be more closely aligned with application needs and more capable of delivering meaningful business outcomes.
In this session, IDC will explore how the network is increasingly being powered by intelligent automation, including:
This session will examine not only how enterprises can embrace these trends, but also how vendors and service providers intend to deliver new network services based on intelligent automation platforms.
Join IDC's Rohit Mehra and a team of expert analysts for this special briefing and breakfast at Interop ITX on Wednesday, May 2, 2018 at The Mirage Las Vegas (Grand Ballroom F) from 7:15 am to 8:45 am.
To RSVP for IDC's special analyst briefing and breakfast, please complete the event registration form on this page.
For more information about this analyst briefing and breakfast, contact Patrick Gorman at firstname.lastname@example.org
In addition to our annual breakfast briefing on May 2, IDC's Brandon Butler will emcee the Network Transformation Summit at Interop ITX. This two-day program (April 30-May 1) will explore how today's enterprise networks must adapt to meet the needs of today's technology-centric businesses. Go here. to learn more about the Network Transformation Summit, or to register for Interop ITX. Register with the Discount Code: 200IDC and receive $200 off your conference pass. This discount cannot be combined with any other offers. For more information about Interop ITX, please contact email@example.com.
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