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January 26, 2018
The Linux Foundation created an umbrella platform, the LF Networking Fund, to promote cross-project collaboration among open source networking projects under its wing.
July 20, 2016
This week, bloggers assess SDN switching at UNH InterOperability Laboratory, network telemetry, a federal court cloud case and the Delilah Trojan.
October 08, 2015
In this week's roundup of blog posts from around the Web, a Gartner analyst shares five common reasons for software-defined networking meltdowns.
December 18, 2014
Several engineers and architects spoke to TechTarget about their 2015 SDN projects. Find out what they're doing in the data center, campus and WAN.
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It's time to dive in with ONOS. Network pro Patrick Hubbard shares his recent experiences testing the open SDN operating system, and how you can try it, too. Continue Reading
SDN promises automation without old configurations. But when networks dynamically change, troubleshooting SDN will require a packet time machine. Continue Reading