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When we speak with network operators, we hear angst. What does this mean for 2015? Here’s our 2015 SDN Predictions to reduce the angst.
Docker, the Linux container that could, comes into 2015 with hopes for new startups, new acquisitions, and enterprise robustness.
Marc Cohn reflects on the progress of NFV in 2014 with the voices of leadership from both the ETSI NFV ISG, and OPNFV group. Find out what 2015 may bring. SPOILER ALERT: 2015 won't be dull.
Software-defined everything (SDx) will continue to be everywhere in 2015. Here's a glance at what we'll be watching for as the new year unfolds. Let us know what we're missing.
What mattered to SDNCentral's readers in 2014? Our list includes SDN 2.0 planning, Cisco's policy-based networking, AT&T's Domain 2.0, and a whole lot of Juniper.
This year marked the 2nd anniversary of NFV. For the beginners, what have they missed this year? Check out this list of SDNCentral's NFV "where to start" stories of 2014.
A look back at the biggest stories from the world of SDN in 2014.
You've heard enough from us about SDN this year, so we'll hand it off to the experts to tell you what mattered in 2014 for SDN, what they hope to see in 2015, and why it all matters.
Our contributing writers really do contribute, you know. Here are some of their key insights on topics including SDN, NFV, DevOps, white box switching, and VMworld.