Open Source Communities: Changing the Networking Landscape

November 1st, 2016 |
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The Network Transformation Video Podcast Series, hosted by Intel’s Jim St. Leger, tackles some of the most pressing challenges and opportunities in transforming the network. This episode covers how open source solutions are changing the networking landscape. Open source has long played a key role in the ongoing evolution of Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), and in turn, the transformation of the way networks get architected and deployed. This episode also features special guest Marc Cohn, VP Network Strategy for the Linux Foundation, who provides his insights about how open source is a key driver of network transformation.

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