Software defined networking's the craze of the networking industry. Who knew Katy Perry was also connected to the SDN Networking phenomena. More on SDNCentral
Is OpenDaylight an Opportunity or Threat? Depends on your vantage point.
Learn questions asked by leading Cloud Service Providers about OpenDaylight and what it means for software-defined networking (SDN) & SDNCentral's Analysis
A look back at SDN in 2012, and a look forward to 2013: what's in store for SDN and for the SDNCentral community. Is another $1B acquisition likely?
Check out the slide presentation that Matt & Roy presented at TEC: An Entrepreneur's Club in Palo Alto on Dec 13, 2012: SDN for Fun & Profit
Open source software is critical for SDN success, yet vendor dominated open source is the single biggest risk to the SDN movement today.
There's more to SDN research than just OpenFlow or northbound APIs there's also good business research, like from Lucerne Univerity in Switzerland.
SDN Myth Busters: Prospective customers ask us what they should believe from software-defined networking vendors.
SDN - Fad or Phenom? The advent of SDN, virtual overlays and OpenFlow in the context of datacenter networking now challenges the status-quo with new designs
Time to plan that SDN Budget for 2013. Learn the top 5 Items that should in your 2013 software-defined networking, SDN Budget
Building a foundational OpenFlow library (LibOF) like OpenSSL can save you money when building OpenFlow into projects and commercial products
The vSwitch is quickly becoming the heart of every datacenter network making vSwitch the new battleground for network virtualization and SDN
A compelling Northbound API will not emerge purely from standards bodies or committees. Having competing APIs in the marketplace is critical.
New arguments for suitability of network virtualization for venture capital investment, including software-defined networking, OpenFlow, SDN
Should I join an SDN Startup? Which software-defined networking or network virtualization company. Advice to contemplate before plunge.