Software-defined networking (SDN) is an architecture designed to make a network more flexible and easier to manage. SDN centralizes management by abstracting the control plane from the data forwarding function in the discrete networking devices. -- Cisco.

Software-Defined Networking (SDN) is an emerging architecture that is dynamic, manageable, cost-effective, and adaptable, making it ideal for the high-bandwidth, dynamic nature of today’s applications. This architecture decouples the network control and forwarding functions enabling the network control to become directly programmable and the underlying infrastructure to be abstracted for applications and network services..

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Accurately identifies 1500+ applications for granular visibility and control.

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Actively controls traffic flows to implement shaping rules.

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Enable priority management during peak loads for business critical apps.

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Graphical reports provide deep insights into usage trends, congestion periods, heavy users/apps allowing capacity planning

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What are the benefits of implementing bandwidth management?

What network challenges can bandwidth management solve?
What parameters can be used to optimize and control bandwidth?

Parameters like application, user, device, network segment, protocol, traffic type can be used to shape and optimize bandwidth usage.

How is traffic classification done in bandwidth management?

Using deep packet inspection, traffic is classified based on port, IP address, application signature and other properties for granular control.

What techniques are used for bandwidth management?

Common techniques include traffic shaping, rate limiting, compression, caching, usage policies, QoS prioritization, and analytics.

How can usage limits be applied in bandwidth management?

Setting hard bandwidth limits, flexible policies, usage quotas, and threshold-based restrictions can curb excessive usage by users or applications.

What reporting is provided by bandwidth management solutions?

Usage trends, application visibility, heavy users/applications, congestion events, policy effectiveness etc. are reported through dashboards and reports.

Does bandwidth management require additional hardware?

While dedicated hardware appliances are available, software-based solutions can also be deployed on existing networking devices in some cases.

How can QoS be implemented using bandwidth management?

By detecting traffic type and dynamically prioritizing delay-sensitive applications and critical users during network congestion.

Are there cloud-based bandwidth management solutions?

Yes, SaaS solutions are available providing centralized management of multi-site bandwidth usage via cloud.