The Software-Defined Stack | E I

Welcome to the Software-Define Stack Series, this will be an extensive series, exploring the software-defined aspects behind OpenStack and digging deeper into the structure of OpenStack and its internal anatomy.

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SDN: The Map You Are Looking For !!

Software Defined Networking (SDN) is a concept that rooted back to the last decade, yet only flourished nowadays. SDN started by a proof of concept and ended up being adopted by industry leaders and researchers. The SDN architecture/stack started with a simple diagram like this Continue reading

PreSDN: Ethane and Clean Slate 4D Approach

The IP network was a network that was designed to be best effort, and wasn’t designed to support complex functionalists such as address translation, tunneling and queuing. Also, the design was based on a single plane just to maintain the forwarding table in the data plane. However, today’s networks are split into three parts
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An SDN OpenFlow Boil Down

Current networking architectures are quite different from the Original Internet as we know it, they are hungry for services and applications that can’t be supported by normal Internet devices and technologies. For example, the explosion of mobile devices and content, server virtualisation and the advent of cloud services are one of the main change driven technologies…

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SDN: A Walkthrough

Current networking architectures are quite different from the Original Internet as we know it, they are hungry for services and applications that can’t be supported by normal Internet devices and technologies. For example, the explosion of mobile devices and content, server virtualisation and the advent of cloud services are one of the main change driven technologies for a new Internet that is able to support these various kinds of technologies without having to increase the complexity of the network
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