software-defined networking

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    Software-Defined Networking

    I've recently been reading up on some of the benefits and drawbacks of incorporating a Who is actually using this type of technology? Is it geared toward developers, network engineers or some combination of the two? Is this more for data centers, or offices? I see openflow mentioned as...
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    Software-defined Networking (SDN)

    So I just read an article about " The good. bad and the ugly of software-defined networking security" and I have 2 questions . #1 Why do companies use SDN if the controller itself isn't as secure? The on-demand approach is vulnerable to failure while the predefined route model. anyone can take...