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When it comes to building a network of the future that supports all different types of cloud services, Google says it believes it has a winning formula. Specifically, the tech giant has developed networking and data center innovations that power its own cloud infrastructure -- a setup that helps meet the skyrocketing demands of today's cloud environment. Amin Vadhat, Google Fellow and Networking Technical Lead, talked to Network Computing Editor-in-Chief Susan Fogarty about how Google is putting its stamp on the enterprise network.

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Susan Fourtané
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Susan Fourtané,
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7/31/2016 | 6:13:51 AM
BYON
Is this the beginning of Bring Your Own Network? It actually makes sense for a company like Google.

Great point about learning from their own errors. Going back and analyzing what happened, how it happened, and what could have be done to make things different and gave a different outcome bring understanding of the operationals process. Any company is free of error. Don't we all learn from making mistakes? 

-Susan 
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