About An Overview of OpenFlow and SDN with Real-World Cases Short Course:
Increasing efficiency & scalability is top of mind for IT leaders today but in many cases dependencies on the network limit the extent and speed at which cloud implementations can be deployed. Today’s networks lack automation and programmability which prevents cloud solutions from being dynamically delivered to users with minimum increase in operational complexity. Thanks to the Open Networking Foundation (ONF) standardization efforts, Software-Defined Networking (SDN) can now bring a programmability comparable to the compute and storage industries to the network for more agility, flexibility, scalability, security, and more by looking at the network in a new way, yielding better synergies with applications running on it. In this tutorial we will describe the technology, the architectural implications, the benefits, and the prominent use cases in which it is already being applied.
Isabelle Guis, Vice President, Outbound Marketing, Big Switch Networks
Dan Pitt, Ph.D., Executive Director, Open Networking Foundation
Rakesh Saha, Director, Product Management, IBM Systems and Technology Group
Matthew Palmer, Partner, Wiretap Ventures; Co-Editor, SDNCentral.com
Steve Brar, HP Networking, Hewlett-Packard Company
*NEW PODCAST* Open Flow Tackles Network Automation and Programmability for Cloud Implementations
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Cloud and big data are the two megatrends of this decade. They will shape the way life science companies and research institutions build infrastructure and handle data, and they are leading to an era where “the data fabric is the next middleware.”
In this conference, we showcase how the Cloud will help new developers build apps to make effective use of petascale systems for a broad range of life science and engineering applications, and make it less of a time, cost and power drain.
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Since its debut in 2002, the annual Bio-IT World Conference & Expo, held each Spring in Boston, has established itself as a premier event showcasing the myriad applications of IT and informatics to biomedical research and the drug discovery enterprise. Over 2,000 delegates representing 30 countries have gathered yearly to attend 125+ technology and scientific presentations and view an expansive exhibit hall of 100+ companies. Bio-IT World Conference continues its exceptional series of educational programming with the announcement of the Inaugural Bio-IT World Conference Asia.