Software Defined Networking Panel
|When:||Wednesday, 27 February 2013|
|Time:||11:00 - 12:30 (UTC +8)|
|Where:||Island (Tanglin) Ballroom|
This panel session introduces speakers who will described Software Defined Networking. Each speaker will talk about their specialist topic and interest in SDN, and then will join the session chair in a panel session to answer audience questions.
Video / Transcripts
Videos and transcripts for this session will be added here soon.
Software-Defined Networking and OpenFlow
Eric Choi, Brocade
Software-Defined Networking (SDN) is an emerging concept that proposes to disaggregate the traditional vertically integrated networking stack in order to improve network flexibility and manageability. SDN will enable 'mass customization' of network operations to better support differentiated cloud services. Software-Defined Networking comprises a group of technologies that open the data, control, and management planes of the network to participate more easily in broader orchestration frameworks through Application Programming Interfaces (APIs). These APIs also facilitate the development of a rich new set of network applications and services from a wider range of sources, including independent developers, Value-Added Resellers (VARs), and user organizations themselves. In this presentation, we would like to give you an introduction about the Openflow protocol, its use cases and a network architecture through which software defined network can be realized in the large scale data centre and wan network.
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BGP evolution - from "SDN" perspective
Kasu Venkat Reddy, Cisco
SDN (Software Defined Network) will bring more agility and
serviceability to networks. And one of the essences of SDN is
"Abstraction". It is the basis for flexible programmability,
virtualization, and tangibility.
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SDN and Internet Exchange Points in NZ
Jamie Baddeley, Citylink Ltd
This is a short presentation providing an overview of the IXP environment in NZ, fundamental issues therein, and details of the plan to use Software Defined Networking combined with Traditional elements of an IXP to resolve these issues.
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Project CARDIGAN - Deploying a real world SDN controlled exchange fabric
Dean Pemberton, InternetNZ
This presentation outlines the steps taken to deploy the first distributed SDN controlled Internet exchange fabric in New Zealand (and globally as far as we can tell).
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