Posts about SDN

NETCONF Call Home, or reverse secure socket shell (SSH), is a technique that enables network functions virtualization (NFV) and software-defined networking (SDN) devices to establish a connection to a service provider control systems and protects the virtual customer premises equipment (vCPE), usually deployed behind a cable modem or a firewall ...
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The enterprise is quickly learning what software-defined infrastructure can do for the data center. Now that the network can be provisioned as an abstract architecture along with compute and storage, organizations can finally rid themselves of the limitations that hardware places on data productivity ...
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When I first wrote about smart cities for this blog back in 2013, the concept was still very much just that – a concept. Fast forward to today and nearly every city, both large and small, is developing and perhaps even implementing plans to make their cities smarter. Over these few years, the key drivers and motivations for moving towards a smart city environment have remained unchanged ...
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I thought I’d take a look at software-defined networking (SDN) this month, since it’s another topic I regularly see across Technically Speaking and a subject that’s been populating most technology news headlines recently. Like my previous article covering network functions virtualization (NFV) which was published last year, I wanted to not only understand the subject matter better myself, but share with you the fundamentals of the concept as well as its supposition ...
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