Each week, SearchSDN takes to Twitter to see what users, including experts, analysts and editors, are saying about software-defined networking. This week, in addition to our own tweetup focusing on whether SDN applications could generate revenue, we saw users discussing the difference between SDN and network virtualization and the impact of standards on SDN development.
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Meanwhile, Twitter users at TiEcon, a conference for entrepreneurs, also had a lot to say about SDN use cases. Take a peek at some of the best software-defined networking tweets from this past week.
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SDN vs. network virtualization: The confusion continues
#SDN will provide an opportunity to create a networking app ecosystem just like Apple did with iOS.— Manish Agarwal (@agarwalm) May 18, 2013
Software-defined networking and harvesting actionable insight from unstructured data are 2 of the big themes for me today at #mwnice— Alastair Masson (@alastairmasson) May 15, 2013
So.. have we collectively decided what functionality we want from the network? That way we can implement it once. Silicon & SW. #SDN— Nils Swart (@NLNils) May 13, 2013