It's all about making VNFs easier to build, OSM members say.
Open Networking Summit
John Donovan introduces Ecomp on the ONS 2016 stage.
Open source and networking do mix, but not easily.
With the Linux Foundation’s patronage, ONS is extending its reach across the open-source community.
The closely watched startup is preaching a programmable data plane.
Software can't do everything, especially at 100G.
'All in' on NFV means going down to the fiber.
'Don't take this for granted:' Open source takes center stage to kick off ONS 2015.
ON.Lab wants to transform the CO into a data center, and will demo the concept at Open Networking Summit.
The SDN machine is making good progress, but: Enterprises don't get it, ordinary data centers need better use cases, and there's a lack of success stories that don't sound like superhero feats. How quickly can SDN spruce itself up for the mainstream?
More than a token SDN movement, AT&T's Domain 2.0 is about 'radically reshaping the entire wide-area network,' as keynoter John Donovan told the Open Networking Summit. He wants to see quick changes, and he's not kidding around.
OpenFlow 2.0 doesn't exist yet, but Nick McKeown, Jennifer Rexford, and other researchers have crafted their vision of what it could be. It involves even more flexible switches that Barefoot Networks is trying to invent, and Stanford is looking at...
The ONF is announcing its first app — but not for the sake of going into business. As Dan Pitt will explain at the Open Networking Summit, the ONF's network tap is a good, non-invasive way to give operators hands-on experience with OpenFlow and...
The OpenFlow 1.3 tide is going to be strong this year and especially this week, as the Open Networking Summit convenes. Brocade is announcing its OpenFlow 1.3 support, but — in what's likely to be a trend — it isn't supporting every feature just yet.
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