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Nov 3 2016   8:08PM GMT


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OpenConfig is a working group and network communication model that seeks to standardize network management interfaces and APIs across vendors. Continued…

Quote of the Day

“Software-defined networking has matured from a science experiment into deployable, enterprise-ready technology in the last several years, with vendors from Big Switch Networks and Pica8 to Hewlett Packard Enterprise and VMware offering services for different use cases.” – John Burke

Learning Center
Yahoo, Verizon execs: Prepare your networking team for SDN and DevOps
Verizon and Yahoo talked about the need for networking team members to look toward SDN and DevOps at ONUG’s fall 2016 conference.

How to assess the benefits of SDN in your network
The proposed benefits of SDN are becoming clearer, as are the questions you should ask about an SDN deployment to address your networking issues.

Could OpenConfig resolve automation struggles?
In this SDN blogs roundup, OpenConfig could make automation easier and why enterprises should keep it simple when solving network problems.

DevOps or SDN? You’ll need them both to work together
When it comes to DevOps or SDN, do you really need to choose one over the other? Most IT shops will need both. SDN will be the ultimate DevOps tool set, while DevOps will make IT pros SDN-ready.

Where SDN and DevOps tools meet
Combining SDN and DevOps tools will mean the network can play a key role in IT orchestration and an application-aware, responsive infrastructure.

Related Terms
application program interface

Related Tags
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Network automation and orchestration

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