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 have to say this week about the developing technology. This week, we searched what Twitter users were saying about the Open Networking Summit with the hashtag #ONS2013. Join us this Friday for a follow-up ONS Twitter discussion at 12 EST using the hashtag #SDNchat, and don't forget to follow @SearchSDN for the latest news on software-defined networking.
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Vint and Darwin say adapt or die. #ONS2013— Jason Edelman (@jedelman8) April 16, 2013
SDN means something different to everyone, based on what it does for them.#ons2013— Barbara French (@bfr3nch) April 16, 2013
Overlays by themself shouldn't be a pillar here. It should be NV to allow Cisco to expand the conversation from a protocol.#ONS2013— Jason Edelman (@jedelman8) April 16, 2013
Almost every speaker at #ONS2013 has said SDN requires separation of data and control planes, except Cisco.— Shamus McGillicuddy (@ShamusTT) April 16, 2013
All talks I have heard on ONS have included an OOB network requirement/use.#ONS2013— Jeff (@fryguy_pa) April 17, 2013
Networking is exciting again.#ONS2013— Sandro Mazziotta (@smazziotta) April 16, 2013