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HP Virtual Application Networks; The Evolution of Software Defined Networking

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Virtual Application Networks provide a virtualised view of a network – abstracted from the physical equipment – that transforms a rigid physical enterprise network into a programmable, multitenant and application-aware virtual network. Virtual Application Networks use templates to characterise application-delivery requirements and ensure optimal application performance and reliability. This enables IT staff to deploy new applications to users in minutes rather than weeks and ensure SLAs are consistently met by using templates to automate network orchestration.