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The new networks of the cloud era: smart, programmable and app-centric

Nick McKeown, professor of electrical engineering and computer science at Stanford University, has co-founded and successfully sold four startup companies. They include Nicira Inc., technology acquired by VMware Inc. in 2012 and now responsible for a $2 billion annual run rate as the foundation for NSX. When McKeown steps to a lectern and discusses the …

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Comparison of Software Defined Networking (SDN) Controllers. Part 5: Ryu

Our Open Source Software Defined Networking (SDN) Controller comparison continues with Ryu. Ryu is a very different proposition to the other options being put forward. Although boasting a core set of programs that are run as a ‘platform’, Ryu is better thought of as a toolbox, with which SDN controller functionality can be built. Ryu …

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Comparison of Software Defined Networking (SDN) Controllers. Part 6: Faucet

The final Open Source Software Defined Networking (SDN) Controller to be compared in this series is Faucet. Built on top of Ryu, Faucet is a lightweight SDN Controller adding a critical northbound function for operations teams. Faucet is a compact open source OpenFlow controller, which enables network operators to run their networks the same way …

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Apigee Central Logging – Aptira

Aptira’s Solutionauts came up with an innovative idea: use the API Gateway component of the solution to implement this central logging capability. This approach would remove the need for significant custom development and avoid the introduction of tools that were only used for the evaluation and had no place in a production environment. The API …

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Comparison of Software Defined Networking (SDN) Controllers. Part 7: Comparison and Product Rating

This final part of our Software Defined Networking (SDN) Controller comparison series includes an in-depth evaluation and product rating for each of the most popular Open Source SDN controllers in industry and academia including: the Open Network Operation System (ONOS), OpenDayLight (ODL), OpenKilda, Ryu and Faucet.It is important to understand the motivations behind the available …

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