Software Defined Networking (SDN): Anatomy of OpenFlow

Software Defined Networking (SDN): Anatomy of OpenFlow

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Software Defined Networking is revolutionizing the networking world. While the industry transitions to a software-centric architecture, a clear definition of SDN remains murky at best. This book clarifies the current industry confusion about what SDN is, why ita€™s important, and most importantly the protocols and use cases that define SDN. OpenFlow (OF) is a critical piece of the SDN puzzle. While SDN solutions exist that do not require OF, it is undeniable that OF helped spur the innovation in SDN. The history of OF, its current and future status, and the associated use cases will be explained in detail in this book. Lastly, the book attempts to lay out SDN deployments that are real and current today, and apply practicality to the vast world of SDN architectures.His current focus is on largescale data center and service provider networks, including the Research aamp; Education ... Technical Editor: Chris Jones is an SDN Engineer with SDN Essentials, certified with Juniper as JNCIEENT #272, and with Cisco Systems as CCIE #25655 (Raamp;S). ... Networks JNCIEENT Preparation Workbook, as well as the Juniper Networks Day One book Junos for IOS Engineers.

Title:Software Defined Networking (SDN): Anatomy of OpenFlow
Author: Doug Marschke, Jeff Doyle, Pete Moyer
Publisher:Lulu Press, Inc - 2015-04-03

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