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Can SONiC be the Linux of Networking?
Hear how Dell’s latest open source NOS offers Linux for deployment on any scale
Webinar Imagine having a single network operating system (NOS) that spans from the core data center right to the edge? One that offers a unified fabric which allows you to use the same monitoring/automation tools to administer multiple environments from the same console?
If that's the sort of prospect which offers the potential to save your organization significant amounts of hassle, time and money, our upcoming Register webinar at 12pm ET/ 5pm BST on 8th July could be for you.
This event will be hosted by our very own Timothy Prickett Morgan, in deep conversation with Dell's
Because its not just about prioritizing network availability, stability and resiliency any more – its about tailoring the NOS to individual applications and services and integrating networking into the overall infrastructure.
The trio will discuss features like PoE, 802.1x and VXLAN support that make version 4.0 of Dell's SONiC distribution particularly compelling for the retailers shifting their cloud workloads, applications and data to the network edge. Other verticals expanding their use of AI, big data and the IoT into branch environments can also benefit
To sign up, head here and drop in a few details. We look forward to seeing you at 12pm ET/ 5pm BST on July 8.
Sponsored by Dell.