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SDN, Openflow, and Mininet Made Simple | O’Reilly


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SDN, Openflow, and Mininet Made Simple | O’Reilly

SDN, Openflow, and Mininet Made Simple | O’Reilly | 55.87 MB

Become proficient with SDN, Openflow, and Mininet. Software defined networking (SDN) virtualizes a subset of a networking infrastructure, similar to virtualizing servers in a data center. OpenFlow is a communications protocol that gives access to the forwarding plane of a network switch or router over the network. Mininet is a network emulator which simulates a network of virtual hosts, controllers, switches, and links. Mininet hosts run standard Linux and its switches support OpenFlow for custom routing.

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