SDN – Part 1: A Technical Definition of Software Defined Networking

There are many facets of Software Defined Networking (SDN) implementation. What exactly it means depends on the type of problem you try to solve.

Sebastian Graf, Solutions Architect at Xantaro, explains the advantages of Software Defined Networking from a technical perspective and gives an idea of the layered approach within the SDN architecture.



Part 2: Software Defined Networking in the Data Centre & Juniper Networks Contrail Show Case

Part 3: Software Defined Networking in Wide Area Networks


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Sebastian Graf

Sebastian Graf

Xantaro Deutschland GmbH
Team Lead Technology & Innovation

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