In recent times many Software Defined Networking (SDN) advocates are seeking to establish a new paradigm of networking that better optimizes for applications in place of establishing simpl...

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For past few decades, our internetworks have been built and have operated in a decentralized manner, thus avoiding the pitfalls of a single point of failure. This is a design principle that comes from the original ARPANET, which was architected to survive the ultimate failure ...

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The recent rhetoric on SDN (Software Defined Networking) promotes overlay network controllers as an approach to the problem of scaling large networks. For decades however, we have all built good and familiar L2 and L3 ...

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Since I last blogged about Software Defined Networking last year industry discussion on this topic has risen to the highest levels of exuberance. Leading industry analyst Nick Lippis views this as the third epoch of networking with applications finally being freed from physica...

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