Intent: What. Not How.
HP’s Dave Lenrow discusses the general approach of intent-driven networking and how it relates to ONF’s NBI Working Group. What if, instead of describing how we want a network to be configured,
Conformance. For All.
TLC Chair Erica Johnson shares the details of ONF’s OpenFlow® Conformance Testing Program expansion to include non-members. Are you considering testing your products for OpenFlow® conformance
What happens when SDN and Wi-Fi join forces? Meru Network’s Ajay Malik tells us. We live in a world where nearly every device we use is connected to the Internet. When you think about the amount
Four Steps to SDN.
How can an enterprise get into SDN? Here is the road map to adoption. Software-Defined Networking (SDN) has become one of the hottest topics in the industry, and for good reason, given the transfor
Standards Meet Open Source.
How Brocade’s Colin Dixon learned to stop worrying and love interactions among networking industry organizations. Recently, there has been a lot of discussion about the role of standards, and st
SDN. Game On.
SDN’s benefits extend beyond the business to the consumer. ON.Lab’s Fahad Naeem Khan explores an everyday SDN use case – multiplayer online gaming. One of the most exciting things about an in
TTPs: Music.To My Ears.
FAWG Chair Curt Beckmann provides a high level perspective on what OpenFlow® TTPs are about, following the recent publishing of a new specification by the group. OpenFlow® controllers have been
Optical Transport. Clear Vision.
SDN will help bring an end to silos, cut delays and improve network utilization. Recently, my colleague Paul Littlewood and I contributed an article to Global Telecoms Business discussing how SDN
University Spinoff’s Take on SDN
Dr. Boon Thau Loo of Gencore Systems describes the value that university startups can bring to the SDN industry and the role that ONF plays in this process. Gencore Systems traces its roots to the
Networking at the Crossroads.
Stu Bailey of Infoblox looks at the future of networking. The network is dead; long live the network! Software-defined networking (SDN) is so disruptive, in my view, that much of hardware-based net
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
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