Enterprise Application to Infrastructure Integration -- SDN Apps

| March 9, 2015

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We've all heard about SDN and how SDN provides flexible networks to solve networks operation challenges. With respect to SDN Applications, the most obvious conversation is about network applications and services. But today we will discuss how we at Cisco are addressing business challenges and impact business outcomes directly by connecting two disparate worlds of Enterprise applications (EA) and Networking stack using Cisco Integration Platform (CIP).

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