What is network segmentation? In this video, learn some of the basics of SDN technology and how it is used in cloud networks.
- Software defined networking. … Network function virtualization. … Maybe you've heard those buzzwords. … You don't really have to understand exactly what they mean … and the differences between them … for what we're about to talk about, … but I want you to know that the fact … that we can create network segments … in the cloud, different segments, … even though we don't have physical routers and switches, … is based on the fact that these concepts of SDN … and NFV have been created over the last decade or so. … And so what we can do is, through software, … we can define our network. … And that's exactly what we're going to talk about here … when we talk about segmentation, … because there's the general concept of segmentation, … but then there's also the fact that we can do it … in the cloud and it's almost a miracle to think that we can. … And we'll understand how as we go along. … So first of all, what's it really mean to segment a network? … To make sure that we have the network …
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