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IMO: Selection Criteria for SDN Controllers

As the Software Defined Networking (SDN) hype dust settles, more vendors are offering SDN products that represent their take on the “how...

How Do Network Security and Application Delivery Play in the New SDN World Order?

Software Defined Networks (SDNs) are intended to help organizations simplify changes, improve multi-tenant support and increase network utilization. These benefits are achieved...

DefenseFlow: The First Ever SDN Application That Programs Networks for DoS/DDoS Security

Radware has announced its comprehensive SDN strategy and has introduced its first SDN Application: DefenseFlow™. Why is the DefenseFlow™ release so exciting? SDN is all...

SDN and OpenFlow in 2013 – A Look Ahead

In 2012 OpenFlow discussions turned into SDN ones. Related although different in significant ways, both OpenFlow and SDN drove a significant level of attention...

SDN Focus Shifts to Network Services

Brad Casemore is Research Director for IDC’s Datacenter Networks practice and is a featured guest blogger. Cloud computing requires a datacenter network and corresponding network...

OpenFlow and SDN in 2012 – A Look Back

Before starting to discuss where 2013 will take us with SDN, I’d like to recap some of the significant SDN events for 2012. Below...

Application Delivery in the Age of SDN

Jim Frey is Vice President of Research, Network Management for Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) and is a featured guest blogger. As the dust begins to...

Software-Defined Networking – Sit On The Fence Or Take Action

As the industry and the media keep feeding the Software-Defined Networking (SDN) hype and vendors introduce SDN products into the market – it is...

Get Ready for “Network Apps”

I just got back from the 2nd Open Networking Summit (ONS) that took place in Santa Clara. This event was three times bigger than...

Bringing Networking Out of the Stone Age – Insights from the Stanford Open Networking Summit

I recently returned from the Open Networking Summit (ONS), which took place at Stanford University on October 17-19th. It’s clear from the conference that...

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