SDNCentral and ONF Team Up to Present: SDN Network Tap Programming with OpenFlow on the OpenDaylight Controller
As a driving force of change in the SDN field, the ONF established the OpenFlow Standard. Now the ONF has begun a series of educational initiatives on deployment and application development to demystify and open up the foundations of SDN and OpenFlow to the wider market.
OpenFlow is an important enabler for a number of applications such as network tap aggregation. In this webinar, software architect Andrew Pearce, a 20-year veteran network programmer, shares his own experiences and discusses the lessons he learned while coming up to speed on OpenFlow and building a sample network tap application using OpenFlow as the mechanism to control switches. He covers:
- Understanding OpenFlow from a developer’s perspective
- Designing an OpenFlow network tap application
- Working with OpenDaylight Controller and OpenFlow switches
- Key learnings, pitfalls, and tips
- The future of the network programmer
Join SDNCentral, the ONF, and Andrew Pearce as we embark on the journey towards building SDN network tap applications. Watch the full video of the webinar, or check out these additional resources:
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