It can be costly for organizations to build their own physical infrastructure, so many of them are now implementing a virtual infrastructure where they can access enterprise-grade servers and applications via the cloud. However, in order to set up their virtualized environment, they must first set up a virtual networking solution to operate.
Check out this lightboard video with Frank Chodacki from IBM Cloud as he maps what a virtual networking architecture looks like and explains the many benefits it provides users, such as the ability to interconnect between VMs, virtual servers, and other related components in a virtualized computing environment.
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