Next generation network services will be delivered anywhere, over any network, on-demand by network operators who are knowledgeable about the services they are provisioning, not the network or devices that deliver them.
Service providers and Web companies can look forward to a flattened network that gives them a view into network usage, how to optimize usage, and how to monetize previously untapped capacity and dormant resources. End-to-end network visualization capabilities include:
Virtual exchange services allow data services to exchange secure information within a network slice.
This type of network slicing service uses Interplanetary File System (ISPF) technology to issue and retrieve files and to connect multiple tasks dynamically, across companies. Using blockchain technology event authentication, and ID access tracing, virtual exchange technology simplifies the creation of a data exchange, with little to no coding required.
Network Artificial Intelligence can dynamically change resource allocation based on the current conditions in the network, depending on the impact to services delivered. Network monitoring and application behavior analysis can be used to predict and change:
A virtual network that is connected to multiple clouds can be dynamically provisioned using a combination of application behavior analysis and policy-based SDN control functions, including SLAs, bandwidth adjustment, protection, and router redundancy. This multi-cloud virtual core network enables end-users to add a virtual network to the core network and tear it down when the application no longer needs it.
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