Networking is on the cusp of a major change. The hardware-centric networks you’re familiar with are hitting the plateau of stability, and are struggling to keep up with the digitization of business.
Virtualization, automation, and the cloud are all transforming the way networking professionals do their jobs. A working knowledge of virtualization is no longer optional. Those who want to stay relevant must develop a fresh set of skills, or risk being left behind.
In the pages ahead, you’ll learn:
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