• Juniper OpenContrail vs. Cisco ACI: Making an SDN decision

    Juniper and Cisco have radically different SDN strategies. Here's some crucial information about the Cisco ACI vs. Juniper OpenContrail decision.

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  • SDN’s role in enhancing network security: What will it be?

    SN blogs: How can SDN be used to fortify network security? And is it time to be worried about software libraries?

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  • SDN, hyperscale data center technologies to impact strategies in 2014

    Software-defined everything, real-world implementations of converged infrastructure and a hybrid cloud strategy should be on your agenda in 2014.

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  • Software-defined networking: Exploring SDN security pros and cons

    Matthew Pascucci offers an intro to software-defined networking and explains why SDN security relies on securing the SDN controller at all costs.

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  • Five SDN protocols other than OpenFlow

    OpenFlow is the earliest standard interface defined between the control and forwarding layers of SDN architecture, but issues exist with security, scalability and the need for specialized hardware. We found five SDN protocols other than OpenFlow.

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  • Would you be willing to implement SDN for layer 4-7 network services?

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  • Is network management the killer SDN app?

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  • How SDN LTE could simplify network management

    LTE is growing fast, but so are the network management challenges that come along with it. SDN LTE could be the game changer, bringing centralized control for a simpler network.

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  • SDN blogs: Cloud controllers; How does Cisco ACI work?

    This week's SDN bloggers take a look at controller use cases and the cloud, Cisco ACI, the history of load balancing, and how to deal with schema changes.

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  • WAN aggregation, SDN the best next steps for network optimization

    WAN aggregation allows continuous, high-performance networking, and software-defined networking delivers greater security, visibility and control. In this tip, expert John Burke evaluates both technologies to help you better optimize your network.

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