Alan Watts, a British philosopher, once said “there is a contradiction in wanting to be perfectly secure in a universe whose very nature is momentariness and fluidity”.
In managing a network, staying agile and adaptable is the only way to truly remain successful. But with rapid and dramatic increases in data storage and usage, it’s challenging for anyone to prevent themselves from washing away with the changing tides. With Network Function Virtualization (NFV), network managers are able to better adapt at a faster rate.
An article by Priya Natarajon titled, “NFV Adds Agility To Networks”, covers exactly why NFV is a life boat for managers. Gone are the days of waiting for new hardware to arrive and install, soaking up unnecessary amounts of time and money, only to be repeated in a few months.
With NFV, managers can virtualize hardware within existing equipment very quickly, staying fluid and keeping up with operational demands without major delays.
Don’t let waves of pressure engulf you, and upgrade your network with NFV. To learn more about its importance, such as its critical role in managing increasing data centers, click here.