Cloud networking is a type of information technology (IT) infrastructure in which some or all of a company’s network functions and resources are hosted on a public, private or hybrid cloud platform, managed internally or by a service provider, and for a fee are available – per use, on demand.
The availability of network resources and services such as virtual routers, bandwidth, virtual firewalls, and network management software in the cloud enables organizations to leverage their capabilities in a cost-effective and enhanced manner.
Companies today rely on the cloud to increase their scalability, reduce time-to-market, achieve differentiation, and increase agility. Cloud networks play a critical role in managing redundancy plans, regional expansions, and growing infrastructure requirements.
It’s safe to say that the cloud model has become the preferred approach to building and deploying applications for today’s businesses. In this guide, we dive into …