Monday, April 8, 2013

Recommended reading for Software Defined Networking

This forum is probably best suited to answer this question. If I were to start reading up on Software Defined Networking as a beginning graduate student, where would I start ? To be concrete, if I had to pick five papers/videos/white papers to read/watch, what would they be ? At the end, I hope to be reasonably well versed with SDN concepts so as to carry on an intelligent conversation with someone conducting research in the area.

My hope is that once we have several opinions, I can aggregate them into a recommended reading list.

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  1. I've had this bookmarked for a while - not sure how up-to-date it is...
    http://www.nec-labs.com/~lume/sdn-reading-list.html

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  2. Thanks ! That looks like a fairly comprehensive and up-to-date list (it includes papers from NSDI 2013). Seems like a good starting point to get up to speed with literature in the area.

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  3. See also the upcoming Coursera course on SDN from Nick Feamster at Georgia Tech https://www.coursera.org/course/sdn

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    1. The date for the course has been changed to TBA...

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  4. This forum is probably best suited to answer this question. If I were to start reading up on Software Defined Networking as a beginning graduate student, Project Time Tracking Software

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