Software Defined Networking

Software-Defined Networking (SDN) removes the limitations of current network infrastructures by separating the control plane from the data forwarding plane. Networks can be managed more cost-effectively and autonomously through centralising decision-making and programmability.This opens up markets for infrastructure providers to provision and offer network resources on-demand to multiple tenants and for service providers to develop and deploy their services on shared infrastructure resources cost-effectively.

SDN, NFV, Network Management

In this paper, we introduce SCOR (Software-defined Constrained Optimal Routing), a new Software Defined Networking (SDN) Northbound Interface for QoS routing and traffic engineering.

constraint programming, Software Defined Networks SDN, Northbound Interface, Quality of Service Routing, MiniZinc

Dr Karina Gomez Chavez will be presenting about how an RMIT course is teaching students about Software Defined Networking (SDN) technologies using the Zodiac board from Northbound Pty Ltd.

SDN, Software Defined Networks SDN
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