OpenFlow continues to attract industry support, despite the emergence of rivals
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Dan Pitt, Executive Director, Open Networking Foundation
The interface between the SDN control layer and device/infrastructure layer, the so-called southbound link, is a key component in the SDN architecture. OpenFlow was the first dedicated protocol, but alternatives are emerging. So where does that leave OpenFlow? How much support is it receiving from the industry.
Filmed at: SDN & OpenFlow APAC, Singapore, 27th May 2015