Python in the SDN World

sridhar


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Description:

The talk begins with brief overview of SDN/NFV and enlists various python-based opensource projects in the domain of SDN/NFV. In order to encourage python programmers to contribute in such opensource projects, the talk focuses on the following two (1) Writing SDN applications in Python and (2) Using Openstack Python APIs - Celiometer and Neutron.

Prerequisites:

  1. Some knowledge about Networking.
  2. Some knowledge about cloud/datacenters.
  3. Some knowledge about virtualization.

Speaker Info:

I received my Ph.D degree in computer science from National University of Singapore, in 2007, M.Tech. degree in computer science from KREC, Suratkal, India, in 2000, and B.E. degree in instrumentation and electronics from SIT, Tumkur, Bangalore University, India, in August 1997. I have worked as Senior Architect and Associate General Manager at NEC Technologies, India, Research-lead at SRM Research Institute, India, Post-doctoral fellow at Microsoft Innovation Center, Politecnico Di Torino, Turin, Italy, and as a research fellow at Institute for Infocomm Research (I2R) Singapore. I have worked on various development and deployment projects involving ZigBee, WiFi and WiMax. I’m currently working as Solutions Architect at Spirent Communications, India. Since early 2010, I’m working in the domain of SDN, specifically with NEC.

Section: Network Programming
Type: Talks
Target Audience: Intermediate
Last Updated:

This would be a fun talk especially for virtualization and cloud enthusiasts. Would be great if you could add some reference to the content you will be talking about

Amit Singh Sethi (~dusual)

I second the request from Amit, can we have some links to your slides or a general structure, some thing that can be used to be put on the projector so audience can follow along.

Please upload the slides/structure so they can be reviewed before 12th feb.

Have you given any talks(including this one) before? Any experience of public speaking? It's not a requirement for doing the talk but would definitely help us gauge the experience level. We suggest going through the presentation least once in front of a small audience to get some experience if you have not already.

Akshay Arora (~akshayaurora)

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