Training and use cases are still emerging in the world of Software Defined Networking (SDN). Luckily, there is an event, local (for me) in New York City, that has two full days dedicated to SDN (some call it open networking nowadays since it’s never been more cool to be open) on October 29 & 30. The event is ONUG Fall 2013. On day one there will be solid hands-on training on building your own SDN applications, understanding white box networking, and how to get started with OpenFlow deployments. Day two is structured more like a traditional conference.
I’ll be attending ONUG both days and hopefully will learn about new use cases and how to make Network Control Manager even better in the Day 1 training! Let me know if you’re attending too --- would love to meet up and have a chat.
Jason Edelman, Founder of Network to Code, focused on training and services for emerging network technologies. CCIE 15394. VCDX-NV 167.
The Future of Networking and the Network Engineer