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Dukie
Dukie
1/28/2015 | 2:36:09 PM
Re: AT&T?
Is Adara Networks a future Player in this arena?
Mitch Wagner
Mitch Wagner
1/9/2015 | 5:18:58 PM
Re: Which part of the network
Atlantis-dude: A big question, too broad to address here, but possibly worthy of a follow-up article. 
Atlantis-dude
Atlantis-dude
1/5/2015 | 1:41:21 PM
Which part of the network
i.e. edge/core/dc/wan  enterprise/SP are each of these targeted to?
mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
12/19/2014 | 5:04:15 PM
Perhaps this guide needs a wiki?
I think at the rate this space is moving.. a wiki will be needed to keep up with all the players and updates and changes.
jhichert
jhichert
12/19/2014 | 10:28:14 AM
Please add
Company: Ocedo

Controller: Ocedo Connect, a cloud-based console for managing distributed enterprise networks. Combined with Ocedo Gateways, Switches, and Access Points, Ocedo Connect enables IT providers to centralize and automate WAN deployment and management.

About: Founded in 2013 in Germany, Ocedo's mission is to help organizations to be more agile and to grow faster by automating their distributed enterprise networks.

Find out more:
Mitch Wagner
Mitch Wagner
12/12/2014 | 5:14:41 PM
Re: More controllers
Good tips all. We do plan to update this so keep those suggestions coming!
Y(J)S
Y(J)S
12/12/2014 | 6:16:44 AM
More controllers
Please add Ryu (which you actually mention earlier) and Openmul to the open source list. Other controllers (for more exotic languages) are Trema, NodeFlow and FLOWer. There are also a large number of experimental platforms from the academic community. BTW, ONOS is built over Floodlight.

In the commercial list  I didn't see the Tail-f (now Cisco) NCS.

Y(J)S

 
jmcolna
jmcolna
12/11/2014 | 2:53:21 PM
Active Broadband Networks’ SDN Controller
Mitch,

You overlooked Active Broadband Networks' SDN controller, which was announced earlier this year. Below is description from the company's most recent product press release:

Active Broadband has developed the industry's first Software-Defined Broadband Network Gateway (SD-BNG), which consists of the APG/80 Active Programmable Gateway, a pure software switch for high-performance packet processing that is fully programmable via OpenFlow control, and the Active Resource Controller (ARC), an SDN controller optimized for broadband service orchestration and delivery with real-time, dynamic QoE management. Controlling the APG/80 with OpenFlow, the ARC facilitates autonomous, simplified, traffic-driven service activation.  The ARC gains its intelligence by collecting, mediating and further processing real-time IP flow information provided by the APG/80 -- delivering usable, actionable QoE information to enable customers' service expectations to be met.   The ARC also automates the use of QoE information, dynamically modifying customers' services using OpenFlow control of the APG/80.  Based on Big Data technology, the ARC computes and displays experience metrics that provide both operators and their customers with visibility into service utilization and network conditions, as well as application usage.  The ARC's Big Data technology provides a platform for data scientists to either directly analyze broadband service information or to integrate broadband service information into a larger analysis platform. The ARC leverages technology developed for legacy OSS-based service management, and is a proven, robust platform that can be deployed as a virtual appliance or as software components on operator-managed physical or virtual platforms.
Mitch Wagner
Mitch Wagner
12/10/2014 | 12:30:10 PM
Re: AT&T?
Good question. Something to follow up on. 
R Clark
R Clark
12/9/2014 | 9:37:02 PM
AT&T?
Thanks for the handy guide.

Whatever happened to AT&T's SDN Controller? I wonder if they weren't actually referring to ONOS from ON.Lab. They said it would be out by year-end.


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