IBM Software Defined Network for Virtual Environments Network Virtualization for the Network You Have

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Into a world populated by position papers, statements of direction and technology roadmaps, IBM introduces its latest solution that supports the next major advance in enterprise communications, which is Software Defined Networking (SDN). SDN is a new network paradigm that separates network control logic from the underlying network hardware. IBM is putting it to work with IBM SDN for Virtual Environments (SDN VE), a network overlay solution that supplies a complete implementation framework for network virtualization. In short, SDN VE software supplies a core component of SDN architecture, which is fully deployable for data center expansion. The purpose of this white paper is to provide an overview of the functions and benefits of SDN VE, and outline the steps to implementation.

A Software-Defined Networking Approach to Branch Office Routing

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by Nick Lippis

Cloud and mobile computing deployment has accelerated at a fantastic pace over the last five years, changing the economics of where computing and storage are located, how applications are written and accessed, and most importantly, how corporate computing automates business processes. The pace of change in cloud and mobile computing has been much faster than the evolution of wide area networking, which is now on the critical path to reaping the rewards of modern computing and its favorable business outcomes. Wide area networking, or in particular, the approach to branch office WAN design, is in need of an overhaul as its current form does not support cloud computing. This white paper provides design guidelines for the new WAN in the era of mobile and cloud computing via “cloud connectors.”

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Ixia/Anue ‘s Larry Hart On Its SDN Network Visualization Strategy

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Larry_Hart_On_Its_SDN_Network_Visualization_StrategyAs the need for visibility of applications flowing inside networks grows, network architecture itself is changing thanks to network plus server virtualization in data centers, and now Software-Defined Networking. Also trends like BYOD, virtualization, and application mobility are bringing complexity and a new dynamism to today’s networks. Larry Hart, Vice President, Ixia/Anue joins me to discuss how Software-Defined Networking is enhancing the hot network visualization market.

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Gigamon’s Shehzad Merchant On The Killer SDN App: Network Visualization

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Shehzad_Merchant_On_The_Killer_SDN_App_Network_VisualizationAs the need for visibility of applications flowing inside networks grows, network architecture itself is changing thanks to network plus server virtualization in data centers, and now Software-Defined Networking. Also trends like BYOD, virtualization, and application mobility are bringing complexity and a new dynamism to today’s networks. Shehzad Merchant, Chief Strategy Officer at Gigamon joins me to discuss the role of network visualization in the world of Software-Defined Networking.

The Visibility Fabric Architecture–A New Approach to Traffic Visibility

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The volume of digital information created and replicated will grow from 1.8 trillion gigabytes in 2011 to 7.9 trillion gigabytes in 2015. IDC

By 2014 70% of IT risk and security officers in the Global 2000 will be required to report at least annually to their board of directors on the state of IT security within their organization. Gartner

There are many drivers to network visibility. The Gigamon Visibility Fabric architecture empowers network and security architects, engineers and operators to design and deploy an intelligent infrastructure by applying user-defined “map” logic to select the appropriate, relevant and critical network traffic flows and deliver them to centralized security, monitoring and management systems. This new approach can extend the network reach of tools to significantly improve return on investment, allows IT organizations to more efficiently manage and secure their network, and provides a solution that can quickly evolve and scale as network needs change.

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The Open Industry Network Performance & Power Test for Cloud Networks Evaluating 10/40 GbE Switches Winter 2013 Edition

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The Arista 7150S-24 SFP Data Center Switch is the fastest Top of Rack Switch we have ever tested in this series of public test. Find out just how fast the 7150S-24 can forward packets in your network by reviewing the latest public test information.

Pablo Espinosa Video Message To ONUG IT Business Leaders

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Pablo_Espinosa_ONUGPablo Espinosa, Director of Data, Video and Voice Network Infrastructure at GAP Inc plus ONUG founding member shares his hope of what Software-Defined Networking will enable at GAP Inc via video with the IT executives at the first Open Networking User Group or ONUG. Northbound APIs need to unlock automated orchestration, idle server and network capacity needs to be accessed and put to work and network configuration needs automation.

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Dan Lynch Video Message To ONUG IT Business Leaders

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Dan_Lynch_ONUGDan Lynch, founder of Interop, shared an empowering message via video with the IT executives at the first Open Networking User Group or ONUG to control their own destiny and let their wallets dictate to vendors their mandate for open networking solutions to lower operational cost, increase IT delivery flexibility and prevent vendor lock-in.

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Jeff Gray CEO of Glue Networks on Open Networking at ONUG

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jeff_gray_glue_onugThe networking industry at an inflection point driven by IT business leaders taking greater control of their network infrastructure to lower operational cost and increase IT delivery flexibility. Open networking promises to deliver greater control, lower cost and an injection of innovation not seem before in the networking industry. To understand these dynamics, we are conducting a CEO podcast series with industry thought leaders and visionaries all of which are meeting with IT leaders at the Open Networking User Group or ONUG in Boston on Feb 13th. Jeff Gray CEO of Glue Networks joins Nick Lippis for discussion on the state of open networking.

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Duration: 9:50 minutes

Lippis Intro/Analysis @ : 00:10 sec

Question 1 @ 1:35 sec: Jeff why is there so much interest in open networking from a customer point of view?

Question 2 @ 4:42 sec: How do you see open networking evolving over the next three years? What will networks look like?

Question 3 @ 6:10 sec: What are the biggest industry challenges over the next twenty-four months that the open networking community needs to overcome?

Question 4 @ 8:08 sec: How does Glue Networks participate in the open networking ecosystem?

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Howard Bubb, President & CEO, Netronome on Open Networking at ONUG

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howard_bubb_netronome_onugThe networking industry at an inflection point driven by IT business leaders taking greater control of their network infrastructure to lower operational cost and increase IT delivery flexibility. Open networking promises to deliver greater control, lower cost and an injection of innovation not seem before in the networking industry. To understand these dynamics, we are conducting a CEO podcast series with industry thought leaders and visionaries all of which are meeting with IT leaders at the Open Networking User Group or ONUG in Boston on Feb 13th. Howard Bubb , President & CEO, Netronome joins Nick Lippis for discussion on the state of open networking.

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Duration: 12:38 minutes

Lippis Intro/Analysis @ : 00:10 sec

Question 1 @ 1:34 sec: Howard why is there so much interest in open networking from a customer point of view?

Question 2 @ 2:25 sec: What are the biggest industry challenges over the next twenty-four months that the open networking community needs to overcome?

Question 3 @ 3:56 sec: How do you see open networking evolving over the next three years? What will networks look like?

Question 4 @ 7:38 sec: How does Netronome Networks participate in the open networking ecosystem?

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Awais Nemat co-founder & CEO PLUMgrid on Open Networking at ONUG

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awais_nemat_plumgrid_onugThe networking industry at an inflection point driven by IT business leaders taking greater control of their network infrastructure to lower operational cost and increase IT delivery flexibility. Open networking promises to deliver greater control, lower cost and an injection of innovation not seem before in the networking industry. To understand these dynamics, we are conducting a CEO podcast series with industry thought leaders and visionaries all of which are meeting with IT leaders at the Open Networking User Group or ONUG in Boston on Feb 13th. Awais Nemat co-founder & CEO PLUMgrid joins Nick Lippis for discussion on the state of open networking.

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Duration: 12:04 minutes

Lippis Intro/Analysis @ : 00:10 sec

Question 1 @ 1:39 sec: Awais why is there so much interest in open networking from a customer point of view?

Question 2 @ 5:23 sec: What are the biggest industry challenges over the next twenty-four months that the open networking community needs to overcome?

Question 3 @ 9:04 sec: How does PLUMgrid participate in the open networking ecosystem?

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Mike Hatfield, President and co-founder of Cyan on Open Networking at ONUG

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mike_hatfield_cyan_onugThe networking industry at an inflection point driven by IT business leaders taking greater control of their network infrastructure to lower operational cost and increase IT delivery flexibility. Open networking promises to deliver greater control, lower cost and an injection of innovation not seem before in the networking industry. To understand these dynamics, we are conducting a CEO podcast series with industry thought leaders and visionaries all of which are meeting with IT leaders at the Open Networking User Group or ONUG in Boston on Feb 13th. Mike Hatfield, President and co-founder of Cyan joins Nick Lippis for discussion on the state of open networking.

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Duration: 11:39 minutes

Lippis Intro/Analysis @ : 00:10 sec

Question 1 @ 1:43 sec: Mike why is there so much interest in open networking from a customer point of view?

Question 2 @ 5:05 sec: What are the biggest industry challenges over the next twenty-four months that the open networking community needs to overcome?

Question 3 @ 7:49 sec: How do you see open networking evolving over the next three years? What will networks look like?

Question 4 @ 9:17 sec: How does Cyan participate in the open networking ecosystem?

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Dante Malagrinò President & CEO Embrane on Open Networking at ONUG

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dante_malagrino_embrane_onugThe networking industry at an inflection point driven by IT business leaders taking greater control of their network infrastructure to lower operational cost and increase IT delivery flexibility. Open networking promises to deliver greater control, lower cost and an injection of innovation not seem before in the networking industry. To understand these dynamics, we are conducting a CEO podcast series with industry thought leaders and visionaries all of which are meeting with IT leaders at the Open Networking User Group or ONUG in Boston on Feb 13th. Dante Malagrinò President & CEO Embrane joins Nick Lippis for discussion on the state of open networking.

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Duration: 14:44 minutes

Lippis Intro/Analysis @ : 00:10 sec

Question 1 @ 1:39 sec: Dante why is there so much interest in open networking from a customer point of view?

Question 2 @ 5:01 sec: What are the biggest industry challenges over the next 24 months that the open networking community needs to overcome? How to insert and chain virtualized L4-7 services in cloud and SDNs?

Question 3 @ 7:52 sec: How do you see open networking evolving over the next three years? What will networks look like?

Question 4 @ 12:04 sec: How does Embrane participate in the open networking ecosystem?

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Craig Elliott co-founder and CEO of Pertino on Open Networking at ONUG

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craig_elliott_pertino_onugThe networking industry at an inflection point driven by IT business leaders taking greater control of their network infrastructure to lower operational cost and increase IT delivery flexibility. Open networking promises to deliver greater control, lower cost and an injection of innovation not seem before in the networking industry. To understand these dynamics, we are conducting a CEO podcast series with industry thought leaders and visionaries all of which are meeting with IT leaders at the Open Networking User Group or ONUG in Boston on Feb 13th. Craig Elliott co-founder and CEO of Pertino joins Nick Lippis for discussion on the state of open networking.

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Duration: 6:57 minutes

Lippis Intro/Analysis @ : 00:10 sec

Question 1 @ 1:38 sec: Craig why is there so much interest in open networking from a customer point of view?

Question 2 @ 2:30 sec: What are the biggest industry challenges over the next twenty-four months that the open networking community needs to overcome?

Question 3 @ 4:24 sec: How do you see open networking evolving over the next three years? What will networks look like?

Question 4 @ 5:37 sec: How does Pertino participate in the open networking ecosystem?

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