Presentation on Sunday at 11:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. in Room 1130.
Current networks don't have the ability to provision network services quickly and easily. We need rapid provisioning of network services to virtual machines in a data center environment and improve network visibility and reduced operational costs.
Software-Defined Networking is a way to start building a more open and dynamic network. It means a network can ramp up or ramp down network resources and adapt to sharp, unpredictable spikes in demand much easier than traditional networks.
To implement SDN, we use Opendaylight and Mininet (a python library) to rapidly prototype our network and create proof of concepts capable of being demonstrated and proved easily.
Experienced polyglot software developer, speaker, agilist, software craftsman, extreme programming (XP) addicted and problem solver.
Technical Reviewer of ""Openflow Cookbook"" for Packt Publishing. Experience working with networking programming, Openflow, SDN (software-defined networking), NDN (named-defined networking), DevOps, virtualization and private cloud with OpenStack.