Dan Pitt of the Open Networking Foundation rebukes OpenFlow SDN critics, plays nice with OpenDaylight, and details future plans.
WAN and LAN Section
VXLAN is one way to take your network above the tag limit of the traditional VLAN. But is it right for you? Elizabeth Harrin demystifies overlay technologies.
Ethernet luminary John D'Ambrosia plugs Ethernet (literally).
In a roundtable keynote discussion, VMware, Broadcom, and Microsoft heavyweights discuss SDN, network awareness, and the future of the network admin in an SDN world.
Casado details the origins of SDN, wonders what SDN means today, and plans to change the laws of physics in the future.
Despite the slowing economy, application delivery controller vendor F5 plans big upcoming releases.
SDN vendor enables switches for OpenFlow with new virtual switch technology.
Connecting everything to everything could be a $14 trillion market
New REST APIs and Python SDK debut for some Riverbed devices in a bid to enable more customization.
Brisk, BYOD-fueled demand spells good news for Cisco and other wireless networking vendors.
After 40 years of evolution, Ethernet moves closer to offering the same stability as some of the protocols it is replacing.
802.1Q standard gets deployed, enabling Ethernet to connect audio and video components.
As ICANN is set to expand the number of top level domains, new report reminds us all that it really still is a .com world
Software Defined Networking set to play a key role as the networking giant evolves.