November 19, 2014

The 2015 Guide to SDN & NFV

  • Part 1: Software Defined Networking (SDN)
  • Jim Metzler, Ashton Metzler & Associates
  • Distinguished Research Fellow and Co-Founder
  • Webtorials Analyst Division

Over the last couple of years, the hottest topics in networking have been Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV). While both enterprises and service providers have shown great interest in these topics, the vast majority or organizations are still either on the sidelines or in the analysis stage of adoption. The primary goals of The 2015 Guide to SDN & NFV (The Guide) are to eliminate the confusion that surrounds SDN and NFV and to accelerate the analysis and potential adoption of these new design and architectural approaches.

The Guide will be published in its entirety and in a serial fashion. This document is the first of the serial publications and it will focus on SDN. The second publication was focus on NFV and the third on the SDN and NFV ecosystem. The fourth publication will include a complete copy of The Guide as well as an executive summary.

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A10 Networks  •   Alcatel-Lucent  •  Cisco Systems  •  Citrix Systems  •  Dell
Hewlett-Packard  •  Meru Networks  •  NEC  •  NetScout Systems  •  Nuage Networks

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6WIND  •  EMC Corporation  •  Pertino   •  Pica8  •  Radware

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