Software Defined Networking

The industry demanded, SNAP delivered!

Software defined networking (SDN) is an emerging architecture for computer networking. SDN separates the control plane from the data plane in network switches and routers. Under SDN, the control plane is implemented in software in servers separate from the network equipment and the data plane is implemented in commodity network equipment. OpenFlow (link to OpenFlow page) is a leading SDN architecture.

Benefits include:

  • Network and service customizability
  • Improved operations
  • Increased performance

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