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Software Defined Networks: Martin Casado

Mirjam Kühne — 06 Dec 2019
Software Defined Networks, or SDNs, were originally designed to solve a specific set of research and deployment problems. While SDN hasn't ever really "taken off" the way many predicted, the concepts and ideas have played a major role in the development of hyperscale and data center fabric control planes.

Listen to this interview with Martin Casado:


Picture credit: Network Collective


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