Tag: Open Networking

Software, Technology

Will open networking lock you in?

April 12, 2021

Via: Network

There’s open, then there’s open. At least that seems to be the case with network technology. Maybe it’s the popularity and impact of open-source software, or maybe it’s just that the word “open” makes you think of being wild, happy, […]


The software-defined data center drives agility

October 15, 2019

Via: Networkworld Software

In this day and age, demands on networks are coming from a variety of sources, internal end-users, external customers and via changes in the application architecture. Such demands put pressure on traditional architectures. To deal effectively with these demands requires […]


Open Networking Takes Next Steps Up the Stack

April 10, 2017

Via: eWeek

As networking makes its inexorable move toward cloud native models and development, participants here at this week’s Open Networking Summit made several key announcements toward that end. Chief among these was the initial release of the code for the newly […]


Getting Started With Open Networking

September 9, 2016

Via: Network Computing

One of the more popular water cooler discussions for network engineers revolves around the topic of open networking. While open networking can have a lot of different meanings, for the purposes of this article it generally involves pairing an open […]