Earlier this month, SDxCentral proudly released the highly anticipated SDN Controller Report. In order to expand upon the report’s finding and discover true use cases in the current marketplace, SDxCentral is thrilled to announce an exclusive webinar with Brocade, one of the major contributors to the OpenDaylight Project, to look at what’s next for its leading open source controller and what end-users can expect as they continue to deploy SDN solutions.
As evident by its growing amount of users, OpenDaylight has quickly become known as the leading open source platform for constructing programmable software-defined networks. With it, users enjoy the ability to experience various projects in a highly customizable environment. Still, the question remains… how can we hone the full potential of OpenDaylight and its associated projects?
If you join us on September 29th at 10:00am, SDxCentral co-founder Roy Chua, and Brocade’s Colin Dixon and Lisa Caywood will delve into exactly that, as well as what “open” truly means for you, your business, and your open source distributions. All of this will tie into the latest SDN Controller Report to give the SDxCentral community a deeper understanding of this particular market segment.
Roy, Colin, and Lisa will also touch on the following areas in the live webinar:
- A quick look at the backstory of SDN controllers
- What to expect when it comes to today’s options for commercial and open source controllers, as well as what users are wanting in an open source SDN solution
- Important turning points for the OpenDaylight Lithium release, and a closer look at what the upcoming release — Beryllium — must pay attention to from both technical and user points of view
Thinking about enhancing your enterprise network? Or maybe you’re just wondering what an open source option can bring to your business? We get it… download a copy of the SDxCentral 2015 SDN Controller Report to get the in-depth analysis from industry experts, and then join Brocade and SDxCentral to gain a better understanding of why and how this impacts your current network.