Learning

Here are some useful links if you are new to Networking and SDN

P4 - ©P4.org

P4 turns the traditional model on its head. Application developers and network engineers can now use P4 to implement specific behavior in the network, and changes can be made in minutes instead of years.

NPL - ©NPLang.org

Networking platforms have steadily become more programmable in response to today’s increasingly complex networks with rapidly changing requirements. At the same time, there is a recognition that the language used to program them needs to provide a rich set of constructs that balance the need for efficient implementation and high-level abstractions for ease of programming. The result is NPL.

Cisco Silicone One - ©Cisco

Wherever you are, you likely have devices containing a semiconductor chip around you – computers, phones, television sets, printers, cars, trains, airplanes, and more. It’s almost hard to believe that this tiny electronic component unleashed the same magnitude of change as the Industrial Revolution by making the computer revolution and the digital age a reality. And these semiconductor chips are everywhere; today, there are more chips in existence than people on earth.

Common IR - ©OpenNets

P4 turns the traditional model on its head. Application developers and network engineers can now use P4 to implement specific behavior in the network, and changes can be made in minutes instead of years.

NPL Introduction

Networking platforms have steadily become more programmable in response to today’s increasingly complex networks with rapidly changing requirements. At the same time, there is a recognition that the language used to program them needs to provide a rich set of constructs that balance the need for efficient implementation and high-level abstractions for ease of programming. The result is NPL.

Efficient Design

Wherever you are, you likely have devices containing a semiconductor chip around you – computers, phones, television sets, printers, cars, trains, airplanes, and more. It’s almost hard to believe that this tiny electronic component unleashed the same magnitude of change as the Industrial Revolution by making the computer revolution and the digital age a reality. And these semiconductor chips are everywhere; today, there are more chips in existence than people on earth.