Monthly Archives: January 2016

A New Networking Skillset for the New Network Paradigm

Software defined networking is more than just a nifty new way to move bits from place to place. It represents a fundamental reimagining of the entire data stack, from hardware to middleware to applications and finally the data itself. As such, it will not be business as usual for network engineers once everything is lifted onto an abstract layer.

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SDN in 2016: From Demo to Production Environments

At the beginning of 2016, it’s hard not to think what will happen in the year ahead for enterprise networking. With SDN ready to make a firm run at the data center, we’re not talking about more bandwidth or faster connectivity anymore, but a fundamental reshaping of our networking capabilities that will have far-reaching implications up and down the stack.

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