Beginner’s OpenFlow/SDN tutorial using POX controller

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On June 4, June 11 and June 18, Deutsche Telekom Innovation Center (DT) will sponsor a series of hands-on tutorials on different OpenFlow controllers, including POX, OpenDayLight, and Ryu. The tutorial will be conducted by Srini Seetharaman.

The June 4th tutorial will start with a brief introduction to OpenFlow/SDN, and then follow-up with a hands-on tutorial on the POX OpenFlow controller. The tutorial will be similar to that conducted on April 30, 2013. For the hands-on part of the session we'll be referring to the following link:

This event will be hosted at the DT office (295 N. Bernardo Ave., STE 200, Mountain View, CA, 94043) from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The total capacity limit is 30. This is free series of tutorials sponsored by Deutsche Telekom Inc. NOTE: Please do not sign up for the event if you have already attended a beginner tutorial, so that you leave room for true beginners.

Please ensure that you RSVP for only one Beginner's Tutorial - either the event on June 4th or the event on June 11th.


Please bring a laptop capable of running Virtual Machines (VM). We will provide a copy of the VM onsite.

About Srini Seetharaman:

Srini Seetharaman is the Technical Lead for Software-defined Networking (SDN) at Deutsche Telekom Innovation Laboratories. Previously he was a member of the OpenFlow/SDN team at Stanford, between[masked], where he led SDN deployments in several nation-wide campus enterprise networks, including Stanford. He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the Georgia Institute of Technology.