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In software-defined networks, engineers use Floodlight controllers to manage physical and virtual devices -- and each traffic flow running between them. Continue Reading
Software-defined networking could solve the problems that Ethernet and IP networking pose to Network-as-a-Service by centralizing a connection permission policy. Continue Reading
In order to create dynamic private cloud networks, engineers will turn to software-defined networking and control planes that integrate virtual and physical switching. Continue Reading
If software-defined networking standards are to work, they must be truly open. But how can users and developers be sure software-centric networking standards are really open? Continue Reading
The answer to cloud networking is more than software-defined networking; it's network-centric software with open APIs that could result in deeper network systems integration. Continue Reading
Software-defined networking isn't a new concept, but it's newly able to evolve due to fast processing speeds. Will that mean a future for network application development?Continue Reading
Cloud providers want an API for the network layer to control the flow of specific applications -- a capability we see emerging with OpenFlow and software-defined networks.Continue Reading