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Vancouver Python User Group Message Board › Any interest in a Python+SDN talk?

Any interest in a Python+SDN talk?

A former member
Post #: 3
I could give a short (~30 minute?) talk and demo about how to control a software-defined network using POX and Tornado. Software-defined networking is an emerging technology which centralizes a network's control plane. It's very useful for network protocol research and network virtualization.

I guess the talk would cover:

  • Intro to Software-Defined Networking (SDN)
  • Technology stack: POX, Tornado, D3/HTML5, Mininet
  • Implementing an Upside-Down-Ternet with Python and Openflow
  • Building a web-based management console for SDN

Let me know if you're interested!

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