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SDNOPS

Software Defined Networking/OpenFlow is emerging as one of the most promising and disruptive networking technologies of recent years. It has the potential to enable network innovation and create choice, and thus help realize new capabilities and address persistent problems with networking. It also promises to give network operators more control of their infrastructure, allowing customization and optimization, therefore reducing overall capital and operational costs. Industry is embracing SDN. Network operators plan to build their infrastructure using this innovative technology. Incumbent vendors as well as startups are developing a range of products for different market segments including data center, service provider and enterprise.  Are you ready to get down in the trenches and work with real world industry experts to create your own SDN?  Then this is the MOOC for you.  Each lesson gives users an opportunity to work in a lab environment to create their own SDN. The live course begins on May 16 and will continue with weekly lessons until July 14, 2013. Enroll now!  This MOOC is brought to you by West Virginia's Network for Education (WVNET) and West Virginia's Remote Online Collaborative Knowledge System (WVROCKS).

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