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MPLS and SDN World Congress, Paris, 2013

MPLS and SDN World Congress, Paris, 2013

SDN Summit

 

Next week I will be speaking at the MPLS and SDN World Congress, Paris, 2013. My topic will be under the area of data center and function virtualization. 

 

http://www.uppersideconferences.com/sdnsummit2013/sdn2013intro.html

 

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Day one Enhanced: Introduction to Software Defined Networks (SDN)

Day one Enhanced: Introduction to Software Defined Networks (SDN)

intro-sdn-bookcover.jpgDay One enhanced provides the reader with an introduction to Software Defined Networks (SDN).  Dan Backman and I took on the challenge of describing a paradigm shift in the network, computing and storage industry in the hopes of making some sense out of this for the reader.  

http://www.juniper.net/us/en/community/junos/training-certification/day-one/day-one-enhanced/intro-sdn/

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Isocore MPLS and SDN Conference

Isocore MPLS and SDN Conference

Isocore MPLS and SDN conferences coming up shortly.

 

I will be attending the Isocore MPLS and SDN conferences. I will be sitting on a panel discussing SDN issues as well as presenting on SDN.

 

http://www.isocore.com/mpls2012/program/technical_sessions.htm

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Interface to the Routing System (IRS)

Interface to the Routing System (IRS)

network_1.jpgRecently Juniper has helped kick off and drive a critical new effort around network programmability called The Interface to the Routing System (IRS).  A number of folks inside Juniper including Alia Atlas, Bruno Rijsman, Hannes Gredler and myself have contributed to a number of IETF drafts including the primary requirements and framework drafts.  In the near future at least a dozen drafts around this topic should appear online.

 

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OIF Control Plane Workshop

OIF Control Plane Workshop

I am speaking at the OIF's Control Plane workshop today in Edmonton, Canada. The topic will be on SDN Architectures.


http://www.oiforum.com/private/OIF_CP_Workshop_070912.html

The presentation will be a discussion around what is needed to for successful SDN architectures and more importantly, implementations. My presentation as well as others during the session will focus on the optical angle around SDN as well. In particular, how tools like OpenFlow can be used to control optical switches/devices, as well as how SDN Controllers can conduct such network orchestration, operation and maintenance.

I hope to see you there!

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