Overlay Networking and Coarse Flow Table are two ways to scale up the flow networking for SDN.
A constant refrain from vendors and software makers is that OpenFlow technology doesn’t scale, is too complex, and doesn’t work in hardware. Startups like Corsa are proving them wrong.
When using Open Daylight (ODL), two open standards for configuration are OpenFlow & NETCONF. Which is the better choice ? Is there an option for both ? A use case on when to use OpenFlow and NETCONF protocols in the Enterprise by using the best features of each protocol.
I’ve been reading the Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure Design Guide. Sometimes I see a product of genius and wondrous use of technology, other times I’m like ‘did they do it the hard way or what’ ?