Each week, @SearchSDN explores Twitter to see what users are saying about software-defined networking, network virtualization, OpenFlow standards and more. Using Storify, we searched keywords, hashtags and tweetups to see what industry experts, bloggers and commenters had to say this week about the developing technology. We saw Twitter users discuss SDN automation, the timing of SDN in the industry, and whether companies like Cisco, IBM and Oracle can adapt to impending changes.
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SDN and vendor uptake
OH: Is it just me, or is Cisco getting dragged kicking and screaming into #SDN?— Tom Hollingsworth (@networkingnerd) April 2, 2013
With all the talk about Software Defined Networking and the key being SW, not HW, does Oracle Exa-anything have a chance?— aus_effendi(@aus_effendi) April 2, 2013
SDN automation and implementation
Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) and #SDN enable infrastructure that can scale and adapt at web speed, says Marcus Weldon, ALU's CTO— Jim Carroll (@ConvergeDigest) April 2, 2013
SDN's timing in the industry
everyone's talking about software defined networking. do you think this is the right time to disrupt the industry?— Syafiq Al Atiiq (@syafiq_a) March 31, 2013