Month: April 2015
Should You Use Open Source?
Rob Sherwood shares the top three reasons ONF supports open source software. Open. It’s one of the most overused words in networking these days. And sometimes it’s used properly, other times le
Comparing Apples And Oranges.
Executive Director Dan Pitt discusses three developments in networking, including their pros and cons. In my latest contributed column for InformationWeek, I attempt to resolve some of the confusio
ONF-Certified SDN FAQs
ONF-Certified SDN Frequently Asked Questions Q: How do I register to take an ONF Certification Exam? A: Certification exams can be taken online (webcam proctored) or with our training partners. In
SDN Skills Certification
ONF-Certified SDN Professional Program ONF APPROVED SDN TRAINING & EXAM PROVIDERS → SKILLS CERTIFICATION FAQ → SDN LEARNING RESOURCES → JOIN OUR MAILING LIST → Validating Skills in SD
SDN Learning Resources
SDN Learning Resources Seeking Information & Knowledge: SDN Learning Resources The field and practice of SDN is new and constantly evolving. Sometimes the only thing more difficult than valida
The Internet of Things is Here – But We Can’t Trust the Things
SDxCentral | April 16, 2015 | Read more
Making Sense of the 3 Approaches to SDN
FierceEnterpriseCommunications | April 15, 2015 | Read more
Understanding OpenFlow, VXLAN and Cisco’s ACI
InformationWeek Network Computing | April 15, 2015 | Read more
What’s Up with the Data Centre Network?
Technology Spectator | April 15, 2015 | Read more
3 Reasons Software-Defined Networking is Streamlining DOD IT
Defense Systems | April 14, 2015 | Read more
SDN: Definitions, Benefits, and Misconceptions
Networks Asia | April 13, 2015 | Read more
A Sign of Things to Come Spring is well and truly upon us - as I write this sitting in the yard, the sun shines brightly, birds chirp all around, bees hum amongst freshly sprouted flowers, and …