After virtualizing desktops, servers, and network devices, the next step is moving the entire network infrastructure into the “cloud” where it will operate as a Network as a Service (NaaS). If things become too complicated within the network and you don’t have the expertise to build and maintain it, you can outsource this process to another company and use it as a service, with all the required functionalities (usually by purchasing a subscription), and the network is now part of the cloud.
As virtualization software has become more popular, third-party providers have started to offer virtualization inside the . . .
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