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NIC.BR CREATES A SPECIFIC DISCUSSION GROUP FOR OPENFLOW

Debate group seeks to debate SDN technology and, specifically, the OpenFlow standard.

 

SDN (Software Defined Networks) is a new approach in the computer networking area that makes it possible to separate the data routing function, from network control, creating a way to program directly in the data plane.

The implementation of software defined networks can be executed using the OpenFlow standard, already available in a large group of switches (pure and hybrid), which through an open standardized interface allows the maintenance of the network to be dynamic, flexible and low-cost, providing network administrators with unprecedented power, programmability and automation.

This discussion group aims to debate SDN technology, and, specifically, the OpenFlow standard, addressing such  themes such as controllers, approaches to programming, application ideas, and the sharing of implementation experiences, among other related subjects.

The organizers of the discussion group are professors Cesar Marcondes (UFSCar) and Adriano Cansian (Unesp – São José do Rio Preto).

Registration address:   https://eng.registro.br/mailman/listinfo/openflow

 

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