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Descriptions du produit

Présentation de l'éditeur

Get hands-on with the platforms and development tools used to build OpenFlow network applications


  • Get to grips with the essentials of OpenFlow and its ecosystem features
  • Thorough overview of OpenSource switches, controllers, and tools
  • Build your own laboratory and develop your own networking apps

In Detail

OpenFlow is an open interface for remotely controlling tables in network switches, routers, and access points. It is considered a turning point in Software Defined Networking (SDN), data center networking and virtualization as, more secure and efficient data centers are being built using OpenFlow. It defines a protocol that lets a controller use a common set of instructions to add, modify, or delete entries in a switch's forwarding table.

Starting with an introduction to SDN and OpenFlow, you will learn about the role of each building block, moving onto demonstrations of how SDN/OpenFlow can be used to provide new services and features, which will change the way that networking works and the innovative business impacts. By the end of this practical guide, you will have an insight into the Software Defined Networking and OpenFlow fundamentals.

Packed with detail, this book will walk you through the essentials; you will learn about the OpenFlow protocol, switches, and controllers. Following on from this, you will be taken through a number of practical, hands-on examples on how to use a network emulation platform called OpenFlow laboratory. You will learn how to develop your innovative network application using the OpenFlow controller’s API quickly, and test your network application without commissioning any OpenFlow hardware equipment. You will also be introduced to the concept of Software Defined Networking and the details of OpenFlow’s protocol, along with the building blocks of an OpenFlow networking deployment. This book will teach you how to setup your OpenFlow/SDN laboratory using state-of-the-art technology and open source offerings.

What you will learn from this book

  • Utilize OpenFlow for Cloud computing networking
  • Discover the variety of OpenSource tools to improve your OpenFlow experience
  • Learn how to build an SDN laboratory using OpenDaylight controller and Mininet
  • Employ network virtualization using OpenFlow


A step-by-step, example-based guide which will help you gain hands-on experience with the platforms and debugging tools on OpenFlow

Who this book is written for

If you are a network engineer, architect, junior researcher or an application developer, this book is ideal for you. You will need to have some level of network experience, knowledge of broad networking concepts, and some familiarity with day- to- day operation of computer networks. Ideally, you should also be familiar with programing scripting/languages (especially Python and Java), and system virtualization.

Biographie de l'auteur

Siamak Azodolmolky

Siamak Azodolmolky received his Computer Engineering degree from Tehran University and his first MSc. degree in Computer Architecture from Azad University in 1994 and 1998 respectively. He was employed by Data Processing Iran Co. (IBM in Iran) as a Software Developer, Systems Engineer, and as a Senior R&D Engineer during 1992-2001. He received his second MSc. degree with distinction from Carnegie Mellon University in 2006. He joined Athens Information Technology (AIT) as a Research Scientist and Software Developer in 2007, while pursuing his PhD degree. In August 2010, he joined the High Performance Networks research group of the School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering (CSEE) of the University of Essex as a Senior Research Officer. He received his PhD (with ‘cum laude’) from the Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya UPC in 2011. He has been the technical investigator of various national and EU funded projects. Software Defined Networking (SDN) has been one of his research interests since 2010, in which he has been investigating the extension of OpenFlow towards its application in core transport (optical) networks. He has published more than 50 scientific papers in international conferences, journals, and books. Currently, he is with Gesellschaft für Wissenschaftliche Datenverarbeitung mbH Göttingen (GWDG) as a Senior Researcher and has lead SDN related activities since September 2012. He is a professional member of ACM and a senior member of IEEE.

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3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Apt and timely intro to SDN with Open Flow 17 janvier 2014
Par Sushrut J Mair - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
The book is an apt intro to SDN and Network Virtualization - but SDN in particular. While all folks interested in knowing the possibilities that SDN offer will be benefited by this book, you will be able extract more value if you are familiar with programming as well as virtualization and networking basics. Having said that, I think a basic networking and programming knowledge is enough to understand the content. I really liked the hands-on exercises and lab set-ups spread throughout the book. They are explained well and using the instructions quite easy to set-up. As the author mentions, this book is not a reference but a tutorial into SDN with Open Flow; so rightfully, there are no deep details about the Open Flow protocol itself (except in a few places where there are targeted deep dives); so folks who are already aware of Open Flow, may not benefit as much. The book also does a good job in explaining how SDN protocols like Open Flow enable programmable networks and make Net Apps possible. I found the chapters about various Net Apps and also various SDN controllers quite useful. The last chapter about open source projects in this field is also a great fast intro into the open source community efforts for SDN.

Some additions that could have made it better:
- A section right at the start that could have:
- Explained that Open Flow is just one of the protocols under the SDN umbrella. A quick brief about other Controller-Network Element protocols would have been interesting and informative.
- Clearly articulated the separation of SDN and Network Virtualization (as it is, SDN being used as a buzzword has muddied clarity for newbies).
In addition, maybe these could have been considered:
- briefly mentioned existing (or upcoming) ISV / IHV products in this space.
- a discussion on standardization efforts around SDN (obviously Open Flow is itself one, but if there are others, it would help to know).
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Excellent book with practical lab examples and code samples 9 novembre 2013
Par John D Murphy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book is an excellent overview of the Openflow protocol as well as a survey of the open source projects that deal with it. Several lab examples are given with walkthroughs of implementing simple network applications using various different controllers and Mininet. Highly recommended. The book captures the current state of Openflow based SDN as of late fall 2013 - coverage is given to Open Daylight as well as the Openflow plugin for Openstack Neutron. Lots of code samples are used to give practical examples of controller implementation.
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Excellent Introduction (with labs) to SDN 19 janvier 2014
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I've been reading/hearing about SDN for a couple of years now, but until I read this book, I didn't have a really good handle on exactly what it was or how I could use it. The author jumps right in with an introduction to OpenFlow, covering the Northbound and Southbound interfaces and messages. Chapter 2 covers OpenFlow switches and gets you started with the Mininet SDN simulator. The exercises with Mininet are, in my opinion, the best part of the book. Reading about a new technologoy is one thing, but actually using it is another, and being able to use it without dropping three to five thousand dollars is even better. Once you've got Mininet up and running, chapters 3, 4, and 5 cover OpenFlow Controllers, Setting up an OpenFlow laboratory, and NetApp development respectively (NetApps are network applications that use OpenFlow to customize and control the SDN for your own ends). Chapter 6 covers FlowVisor which is a way to "slice" a SDN into several different networks using separate controllers on the same hardware (each controller controls independent ports on separate switches), and chapter 7 introduces SDN within a cloud context with OpenStack and Neutron. The book ends with an overview and wrap-up of the various Open Source SDN resources. The book is short, concise, timely, and relevant. You will not be disappointed.
A reasonable intro do SDN with some practical OpenFlow examples 27 octobre 2014
Par D. O. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
It is a reasonable introduction to SDN with some practical OpenFlow-based examples.
The next edition could contain a more in-depth 'introduction', less repetitive text and a broader coverage on the topic and tools.
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One Star 22 août 2014
Par Mohamed Abdallah - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Very poor explanations, and not organised subjects.
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