In computing, network virtualisation is the process of combining hardware and software network resources and network functionality into a single, software-based administrative entity, a virtual network. Network virtualisation involves platform virtualization, often combined with resource virtualization.
Network virtualisation is categorized as either external virtualisation, combining many networks or parts of multi-path into a virtual unit, or internal virtualisation, providing network-like functionality to software containers on a single network server.
Most organizations have already virtualised compute components in their data centres. In addition, many organizations have also made the decision to virtualize storage, with more than 70 percent of them have already adopted or planning to adopt software-defined storage.
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