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The New Role of Assurance for Virtualized Networks

For as long as any of us can remember, fulfillment and assurance were two independent processes, mostly because they were conceived, operated and purchased by separate departments. As Alfred D. Chandler demonstrated in his classic book “Strategy and Structure,” operations and even business...
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Open Networking Summit
The Linux Foundation is now seeking business and technical leaders to speak at Open Networking Summit 2017. Submit a talk to speak in one of our five new tracks for 2017 and share your vision and expertise. The deadline for submissions is Jan. 21, 2017.

The Linux Foundation Seeks Technical and Business Speakers for Open Networking Summit 2017

Help shape the future of open networking! The Linux Foundation is now seeking business and technical leaders to speak at Open Networking Summit 2017. On April 3-6 in Santa Clara, CA, ONS will gather more than 2,000 executives, developers and network architects to discuss innovations in networking...
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Network outage
Mark Collier, COO of the OpenStack Foundation, creating a network outage during a keynote demo at the OpenStack Summit in Barcelona.

How Virtualized Networks Will Save Us From Dropped Calls

We’ve all been the victim of a dropped mobile phone call and know how frustrating it can be. However, virtualized networks provide network operators with powerful tools to detect and recover from network disruptions, or “faults,” that can drop calls for thousands of subscribers simultaneously. The...
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The Year in NV Trends for 2016

Is it ever too early for a Year in Review column? Didn’t think so. For this attempt, let’s take a look at the exciting trends in network virtualization (NV), as a mixture of open and proprietary technologies battle to be the cloud networking foundation of the future. On the competitive front, we...
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Software Defined Networking Fundamentals Part 3: Transformation of Network Architecture

Explore Software Defined Networking Fundamentals today by downloading the free sample. Download Now Join us in this three-part weekly blog series to get a sneak peek at The Linux Foundation's Software Defined Networking Fundamentals (LFS265) self-paced, online course.  Part 2 of this series...
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Software Defined Networking Fundamentals Part 2: Switches and Network Architecture

Explore Software Defined Networking Fundamentals today by downloading the free sample. Download Now Join us in this three-part weekly blog series to get a sneak peek at The Linux Foundation's Software Defined Networking Fundamentals (LFS265) self-paced, online course.  In part one, we introduced...
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Forward Networks’ SDN Pioneers Want to Make the Network Less Error-Prone

Forward Networks, a startup whose founders include software-defined networking (SDN) pioneer David Erickson, is launching today with a management tool to simplify network operations. The company’s formal verification engine, now in general availability, is aimed at “eliminating tedious manual...
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Software Defined Networking Fundamentals Part 1: Intro to Networking Planes

Explore Software Defined Networking Fundamentals today by downloading the free sample. Download Now Join us in this three-part weekly blog series to get a sneak peek at The Linux Foundation's Software Defined Networking Fundamentals (LFS265) self-paced, online course.  Virtualization, which...
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Trends in High Performance NFV

It’s clear that in the service provider space, using a standard cloud platform to deliver carrier-class applications may not be sufficient. Service provider applications such as virtual private networks (VPNs), VoIP, and other virtual network functions (VNFs) can’t always be delivered by a best-...
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The Quest for Container Networking Interoperability

It’s now apparent to most savvy IT professionals that microservices enabled by containers need to be joined at the proverbial hip to the ability to create microsegments using network virtualization (NV) software. Just how that’s going to happen is still a matter of debate. VMware, for example, is...
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