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OpenFlow: What is it and where is it going?

Time 07/11/11 09:35AM-09:55AM

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Session Abstract

OpenFlow is a rapidly emerging technology that provides programmatic control of switches and routers. It has gained significant industry uptake both in the operator and vendor communities as evidenced by the GENI campus deployments and the recent formation of the Open Network Foundation (www.opennetworkingfoundation.org). This talk will
describe the current events and future plans for the OpenFlow movement including:


  • the Open Networking Foundation

  • new deployments

  • current vendor and hardware support status

  • what's new in OpenFlow version 1.1. and projected new protocol features

  • future directions and next steps



Speakers

Speaker Rob Sherwood Stanford University

Presentation Media

Secondary tracks Research Partnership Net+Services Emerging Technologies Advanced Network Services

Session Media

media item thumbnail OpenFlow: What is it and where is it going? Netcast Archive OpenFlow is a rapidly emerging technology that provides programmatic control of switches and routers. It has gained significant industry uptake both in the operator and vendor communities as evidenced by the GENI campus deployments and the recent formation of the Open Network Foundation (www.opennetworkingfoundation.org). This talk will describe the current events and future plans for the OpenFlow movement including: the Open Networking Foundation new deployments current vendor and hardware support status what's new in OpenFlow version 1.1. and projected new protocol features future directions and next steps media item thumbnail OpenFlow: What is it and where is it going? Netcast Archive OpenFlow is a rapidly emerging technology that provides programmatic control of switches and routers. It has gained significant industry uptake both in the operator and vendor communities as evidenced by the GENI campus deployments and the recent formation of the Open Network Foundation (www.opennetworkingfoundation.org). This talk will describe the current events and future plans for the OpenFlow movement including: the Open Networking Foundation new deployments current vendor and hardware support status what's new in OpenFlow version 1.1. and projected new protocol features future directions and next steps

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