Brocade has launched version 2.0 of its SDN Controller, a commercial distribution of OpenDaylight, the open source project. The company also announced two applications for topology visualization and managing flows.
From an animated AT-AT to the need for punchable robots to a post-Internet utopia, here’s a selection of strange and interesting items coughed up online.
Big Switch takes an innovative approach to pricing a hardware/software SDN product that cuts the customer’s capital expenditure in half and takes advantage of usage-based billing.
I’m conflicted about the expansion of tech into education. Is another screen really going to enhance learning, or just make kids increasingly distracted?
Arista’s EOS is a single binary image that runs on all its products. This lets Arista do interesting things with APIs and an SDK, but it creates potential challenges too.