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Top 10 reasons to use open source software defined networking

Gary Newbold, Vice President, Asia-Pacific and Japan, Extreme Networks | Dec. 18, 2014
In this article, Gary Newbold, Vice President of Asia-Pacific and Japan for Extreme Networks, highlights the top 10 reasons why organizations should consider the adoption of open source software-defined networking (SDN).

The benefits of open source are becoming more and more obvious and Extreme Networks recognized this trend very early on. The company has committed to OpenDaylight as the platform to enable and drive SDN. Recently, it introduced an Open, Standards Based and Comprehensive SDN and Data Center Ecosystem. This enables Extreme Networks' Software Defined Architecture to deliver robust performance, unified management, application analytics and dynamic data center orchestration for highly virtualized enterprise, cloud/service provider and high performance computing (HPC)/Big Data deployments. By leveraging OneController, an OpenDaylight based SDN platform, customers can harness the innovation velocity fueled by an open source SDN landscape.


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