Each week, @SearchSDN explores Twitter to see what users are saying about software-defined networking, architecture, network virtualization, OpenFlow standards and more. Using Storify, we search keywords, hashtags, tweetups and more to see what industry experts, bloggers and commenters have to say about the developing technology. This week, we got an earful about SDN implementation, OpenFlow and the future of SDN.
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The future of software-defined networking
Applications are the driving factor when planning and implementing a next-gen infrastructure that will be fueled by #SDN programmability.— Anthony Rocca (@Anthony_Rocca) March 14, 2013
Software defined networking can enable a true revolution in government transformation.— George Holland (@change_nation) March 13, 2013
SDN, OpenFlow, OpenStack, NSX -- I feel like every time I check my RSS feeds there's some new product to learn (maybe that will stop July 1).— Jeremy Stretch (@packetlife) March 15, 2013
SDN, virtualization and the cloud
SDN & virtualization, taken to the logical conclusion: the end of the 3GPP mobile architecture? If it's all service flows ...— Gabriel Brown (@Gabeuk) March 13, 2013