Software Defined Networking with OpenFlow
Time 01/13/13 01:00PM-02:30PM
In recent years, Software Defined Networking has grown to establish itself as a promising and emerging technology. Since SDN is in its early stages, industry leaders are performing research and development in hopes of progressing the adaptiveness of the protocol in modern networks. More specifically, IBM has partnered with Marist to build an OpenFlow research environment to test features, assess problems, and determine limitations of the OpenFlow protocol. Under the guidance of faculty and engineers, the Marist student team has been working through test cases, programming modules, and ultimately contributing their findings to the open source community. This partnership has provided the student team with an incredibly unique opportunity to contribute to the progression of SDN.
Speaker Robert Cannistra Marist College