Given that the SDN tutorial at NZNOG was packed, I thought this might
be of interest to people.
There are a few seats left and on Friday it's being opened up to students.
If you're interested then get in touch via the email below.
Future generation networking systems will require a paradigm shift in
how they are networked, organised, configured, optimized, and
recovered automatically based on their operating situation. With the
emergence of Software Defined Networks (SDN), context awareness and
dynamic adaptive services and application are gaining much attention
since they allow automatic configuration of devices and their
parameters, systems, services, and applications to user's context
change. In addition, context awareness, with the help of software
defined and cognitive systems, allows customisation of operating
parameters of devices, users, applications, and networks based on the
This first workshop intends to introduce software defined networking
concepts and practice for people new to the field. The workshop will
also be a forum for practitioners from industry, academia and
government to exchange ideas, present new results and provide future
vision on these topics.
The morning sessions will consist of talks, while the afternoon
sessions will be more hands-on. To make the most of the afternoon
sessions, you should have some basic programming experience (we will
be using Python) and you need to bring a laptop.
Date: 18th and 19th February 2015
Venue : Room 413, Railway building, Pipitea Campus, 1 Bunny Street, Wellington.
Time: 9a.m - 5p.m (both days).
Registration cost: NZD 50.00 per participant.
Refreshments will be provided.