Month: May 2015
Let’s get started
First things first: Welcome to P4.org, the official home of the P4 language, open-source P4 programs, developer tools, compilers and apps. P4 is a declarative language for telling forwarding-plane
#SDNShowcase: Carrier WAN and NFV
A sneak peek into the Carrier WAN and NFV categories at the SDN Solutions Showcase during the Open Networking Summit. In a few short weeks, Open Networking Summit (ONS) 2015 will be upon us! ONF
SDN Live At ONS!
The next SDN Solutions Showcase, co-hosted by ONF and ONS, is coming to the 2015 Open Networking Summit. Are you a network operator? A networking enthusiast? Do you work for a vendor that offers ne
SDN: Fad, Fraud or Fundamental Shift?
Stu Bailey of Infoblox shares his thoughts on ONF, SDN, and the future of networking. This post originally appeared on the Infoblox blog. On April 29, I spoke at the big Interop networking trade sh
ONF welcomes Extreme Networks’ Bithika Khargharia as the director of product and community management. In February, ONF launched OpenSourceSDN.org, a community to develop open source solutions
Different, but Better Together
HP’s Saar Gillai explores the differences and relationship between NFV and SDN Networking is about getting data from point A to point B. Networks are like road systems, where cars are driven arou