Brocade SDN Controller
Software-Defined Networking is new approach to networking that disaggregates the device-bound, vertically integrated network stack to give you
Brocade was a charter member of the OpenDaylight Project, founded in April 2013. The OpenDaylight controller, operated by the Linux Foundation, has quickly become the leading open source SDN controller in the industry, benefitting from the combined support and expertise of most major networking providers, leading SDN startups, IT professional services firms and individual developers and users.
The Brocade SDN Controller is the first commercial controller built directly from OpenDaylight code, without any proprietary extensions or platform dependencies. Users can freely optimize their network infrastructure to match the needs of their workloads, and develop network applications that can be run on any OpenDaylight-based controller.
The Brocade SDN Controller provides:
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