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With only a handful of very small software-defined networks actually in production around the world, most SDN conversations are purely academic. But that hasn’t impeded the interest and announcements that seem to be on an accelerated pace. The enticing potential of SDNs is driving many companies to try out new technologies both open-source and commercial, often testing out products touting support for the OpenFlow protocol.
With the rush to SDNs, companies should ensure that their OpenFlow and SDN deployments are adequately secured. Sarah Sorensen covers, in her Market Impact report, some of the more significant security issues that companies and organizations should consider as they roll out their SDN strategies and testbeds.
SDNCentral has arranged to provide a complimentary copy of Ms. Sorensen’s report to its members. You can download it as a PDF here.
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About Sarah Sorensen
During her 8 year tenure at Juniper Networks, NetScreen and OneSecure, she worked on developing new product categories, such as IPS and DI, and educating customers on the evolving threat landscape. She developed communications, from white papers to videos, that translated complex technologies into easily understood solutions for key enterprise and service provider problems, trends and implementations.
Sarah has a strong background in brand, positioning, messaging, sales enablement, channel, product, social and Web marketing for both B2B and B2C companies. She also brings expertise in sustainability – she unified the implementation of sustainable business practices within Juniper’s operations and developed the company’s strategy; she has worked with organizations, as a consultant, benchmarking, facilitating focus groups, conducting gap analysis and making recommendations on sustainability programs and objectives. She was a founding member of Juniper’s Green Taskforce, which is chartered to drive energy efficiency initiatives through the product portfolios. She is also the author of “The Sustainable Network,” and blog, both published by O’Reilly.
Sarah can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
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