All looks rosy inside the SDN bubble as leaders and upstarts in the networking industry come together to push software defined networking and what it can do.
In the grand scheme of things, the true value of software defined networking lies not in what it is, but what it does.
Vendors gathered on the Open Networking Summit expo floor to showcase software defined networking solutions. Here are six that caught our eye.
Microsoft data center networking and platform expert talks vendor missteps in the software defined era and points the way toward innovation and success.
Networking vendor pushes "profit-based policy generation" and server-on-a-switch SDN and NFV platform.
From the Editor's Desk
Jude Chao | Mar 7, 2014
All looks rosy inside the SDN bubble as leaders and upstarts in the networking industry come together to push software defined networking and what it can do. Read More >
Jude Chao | Mar 4, 2014
VMware's Martin Casado defines network virtualization and discusses more use cases. Read More >
Jude Chao | Feb 27, 2014
New capabilities and configurations claim to address data capture and security concerns at every enterprise budget. Read More >
WAN and LAN
Jude Chao | Mar 3, 2014
Dan Pitt of the Open Networking Foundation makes an announcement, and ONS 2014 keynote speakers make the case for open source SDN. Read More >
Julie Knudson | Feb 28, 2014
Several flavors of DR-as-a-Service exist. One might fit your needs, but be aware: They don't take all the work off of your hands. Read More >
Jeffrey Burt | Feb 20, 2014
Company officials say uReach's solutions will complement Genband's technologies around voice and video communications. Read More >