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  1. Dell Networking Active Fabric Manager Spec Sheet

    Through a single console, Active Fabric Manager (AFM) reduces the design and deployment tasks associated with manually designing, building and operating data center fabrics by 86% through the use of customizable design templates and a high level of automation.

  2. Dell ProSupport Enterprise Suite Brochure

    Dell ProSupport offers highly trained experts around the clock and around the globe to address your IT needs, minimize disruptions and maintain a high level of productivity.

  3. Understanding the benefits of open networking and SDN

    The open networking model integrates a variety of these SDN-based technologies with a disaggregated hardware and software exosystem where customers have the choice of best-of-breed Ethernet switches, innovative third-party operating systems and open, standards-based applications and tools.

  4. Dell Networking S-Series

    High-density, 1RU 48-port 1/10G BASE-T switch plus four 40GbE uplinks with non-blocking line-rate performance; feature-rich Dell Networking OS; optimized for iSCSI, DCB and ToR applications for Dell 12G rack servers, blade servers with Dell Networking MXL blade switch and storage solutions.

  5. Deployment of a Converged Infrastructure with FCoE

    This document is for informational purposes only and may contain typographical errors. The content is provided as is, without express or implied warranties of any kind.

  6. Dell Red Hat NFV Solution Hardware Deployment Guide Version 4.0

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  7. Network Automation with Dell Open Automation

    The concept of a Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) has sparked a revolution that might be the most significant transformation in IT since the invention of the mainframe.

  8. Dell Networking: Multitenancy with VRF-lite

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  9. Virtualizing the data center with Dell open networking switches and Nuage Networks software

    Enterprises are expanding their private clouds and extending virtualized networks beyond test and development to multi-data center production environments. But their progress is being impeded by a lack of clear and timely correlations between programmable SDN overlays and the physical network underlays.

  10. Accelerating SDN Monitoring Networks in Enterprise Data Centers

    Over the last decade, the number of offline tools for network monitoring, security monitoring and troubleshooting have proliferated.