Month: May 2014
ONF announces that initial OpenFlow® v1.3 conformance testing has begun. It’s been nearly a year since we announced the OpenFlow® Conformance Testing Program, designed to give networking v
Implementation: ONF SampleTap.
Andy Pearce discusses the process of implementing and testing the application in the fourth post of the SampleTap blog series. This is the concluding post in our four-part blog series exploring the
“Beijing, the Packet Has Landed”
[caption id="attachment_1213" align="alignleft" width="300"] ONF members in Beijing celebrate controlling switches in Indiana[/caption] Trans-Pacific OpenFlow® 1.3 at the ONF PlugFest At 7:35 p.m.
Everyone Loves to Document….Not.
[caption id="attachment_1196" align="alignleft" width="300"] Engineers in China and Engineers in the US look the same--too much coffee, and not enough sleep.[/caption] ONF PlugFest: Day 2 (Indianap
Running Down an SDN Dream
ONF PlugFest: Day 1 (Indianapolis and Beijing) Travelling around the world, they gathered to test, configure, and further improve OpenFlow. To the InCNTRE labs at Indiana University, and to the Be
In the third blog post of the SampleTap series, Andy Pearce addresses the network tapping application’s development process. In the first two parts of this four-part blog series, we described our
Route to IPv6: SDN.
Ixia’s Michael Haugh discusses how SDN can enable the transition to IPv6. I recently spoke at the Global IPv6 Summit and Next Generation Internet Summit in Beijing, China, hosted by the Beiji