How the Nuage VSP platform can support greenfield and brownfield projects

Overlay networks are typically set up as new network (greenfield) sites, but a completely new network in isolation is not useful, unless there is a planned big bang migration of all applications, which means migrating every application from the legacy network to the new network in a single migration.

If instead a staged application migration is chosen, where only a percentage of applications are migrated to the network, then the new overlay network will need to communicate with the legacy network and be required to operate in a brownfield setup.

A brownfield setup normally means applications are migrated in stages to the new platform, as opposed to all in one go, which builds ...

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