Month: September 2013
Lock-In: Undesirable. Avoidable.
The value of standards development for open SDN, and why ONF will never support deliberate vendor lock-in strategies. I recently read a contributed article by Michael Bushong, vice president of mar
Advocating End Users and Open Networking
ONF & ONUG form a strategic alliance to promote open networking, giving a voice to the end-user community to drive SDN standardization. One of the particularly noteworthy aspects of the journey
SDN Enables Routerless Network
John Dunne of Intune Networks discusses the Routerless Network, using OpenFlow-enabled SDN to do what everyone said couldn’t be done. Among the many cited manifestations of Software-Defined Netwo
Not just China. Global SDN.
Dan Pitt recaps the Global Open Networking & SDN Conference and the ONF announcements made at the event. Two weeks ago I, along with several Open Networking Foundation (ONF) representatives, at