Month: April 2014
Single Point of Failure. Not.
Luxoft’s Ash Bhalgat shares his views on the SDN controller and single point of failure concerns. A central control plane in the OpenFlow® based SDN architecture is sometimes described (inaccu
The SampleTap blog series continues with an explanation of the ONF application, developed by Wiretap Labs’ Andy Pearce. As I mentioned in my last blog post, Wiretap Labs wanted to learn what it w
Around the World With SDN
After two weeks of traveling, Dan Pitt reflects on his SDN experiences in Tokyo, London, and Paris. Each spring, I find that the Open Networking Summit (ONS) is just the beginning of my busy event
Executive Director Dan Pitt celebrates ONF’s third birthday with a look back at organization’s accomplishments. Can you believe it’s been only three years since ONF’s public launch? For
The App. Developed.
In the first post of a four-part series, Andy Pearce, system architect at Wiretap Labs, discusses the initial work behind ONF’s SampleTap application. In late 2013, ONF approached Wiretap Labs wi
ONF on OpFlex
ONF Executive Director Dan Pitt offers his thoughts on OpFlex, openness, and the southbound interface. Many people have approached ONF for feedback on Cisco’s announcement of OpFlex. While some a