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Using open source SDN technology? Join us for an SDN Twitter chat

Michelle McNickle

Do you think open source SDN technology is vital to next-generation, programmable networks? Are you currently exploring or using open source SDN technology? SearchSDN is partnering with Juniper Networks to host our next SDN tweetup on November 20th at 1 EST, 10 PST. Join us and hear from SearchSDN editors, Juniper experts and SDN Twitter heavyweights, as they discuss the advantages of open source SDN technology.

SearchSDN editors Rivka Gerwitz Little (@RivkaLittle) and Shamus McGillicuddy (@ShamusTT), as well as Juniper Network's Vice President of SDN Software Marketing and Strategy Aruna Ravichandran (@aruna13), will be there to answer your questions and participate in the discussion. The chat will be hosted by SearchSDN Associate Editor Michelle McNickle (@m_mcnickle) on the @SearchSDN Twitter account.

You can answer each question posed by @SearchSDN by including the hashtag #SDNchat. We'll be discussing the following open source SDN questions:

Q 1. Are you currently testing or evaluating open source SDN technology? What has your experience been like? #SDNchat

Q 2. Are you concerned about using open source technology for something as essential as your network?  Why or why not?  #SDNchat

Q 3. What are some of the advantages you see in using open source SDN technology?  #SDNchat

Q 4. Juniper is co-hosting this tweetup. Do you have any questions for @aruna13 about OpenContrail? #SDNchat


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