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Software Defined Networks and Network Function Vitualization Simplified


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Table of Contents

  • Chapter 1 Primer on Virtualization
  • Chapter 2 Benefits of Virtual Machines
  • Chapter 3 Hypervisors (VMWare, KVM, and Others)
  • Chapter 4 Managing Virtual Resources
  • Chapter 5 Virtualized Data Centers (Some Call Them Clouds)
  • Chapter 6 Virtual Machine Connectivity
  • Chapter 7 Networking Gear in Virtualized Data Centers
  • Chapter 8 VMware, VSphere, VMotion, and VXLAN
  • Chapter 9 Multitenancy and the Problems of Communal Living
  • Chapter 10 How Do You Virtualize a Network?
  • Chapter 11 Virtualizing Appliances
  • Chapter 12 Virtualizing Core Networking Functions
  • Chapter 13 What About Scalability and Performance?
  • Chapter 14 From Consumers to Creators
  • Chapter 15 OpenFlow
  • Chapter 16 VMware Nicira
  • Chapter 17 Cisco Insieme
  • Chapter 19 The Evolution of the Data Center Network
  • Chapter 20 What's Wrong with the Network We Have?
  • Chapter 21 How SDN Works
  • Chapter 22 The Economic Impact of SDN, NFV, and the Cloud
  • Chapter 23 SDN Controllers
  • Chapter 24 The OpenDaylight Project
  • Chapter 25 The Fight to Control Your Network
  • Chapter 26 What's the Business Case for SDN?
  • Chapter 27 Goodbye Truck Rolls
  • Chapter 28 What If the Shoe Doesn't Fit?
  • Chapter 29 Service Chaining
  • Chapter 30 NFV: What Happens to All the Network Appliances?
  • Chapter 31 Where's My Data, Exactly?
  • Chapter 32 Preventing Data Leakage
  • Chapter 33 Logging and Auditing
  • Chapter 34 Encryption in Virtual Networks
  • Chapter 35 Everything Old Is Now New Again
  • Chapter 36 Overlay Networks
  • Chapter 37 Network Management Tools
  • Chapter 38 Quality of Experience
  • Chapter 39 Monitoring Traffic Between Virtual Switches
  • Chapter 40 Pulling It All Together
  • Chapter 41 How SDN and NFV Will Affect You
  • Chapter 42 What's Next in Networking?

About the Author

Jim Doherty has more than 17 years of engineering and marketing experience across a broad range of networking, security, and technology companies. Focusing on technology strategy, product positioning, and marketing execution, Jim has held leadership positions for Cisco Systems, Certes Networks, Ixia, and Ericsson Mobile. Currently, he is the SVP of Sales and Marketing for Percona. Doherty is also the creator and co-author of the Networking Simplified series of books, which includes Cisco Networking Simplified, Home Networking Simplified, and several other titles. He has also written books on mobile security and other networking topics. Jim is a former U.S. Marine Corps Sergeant and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from North Carolina State University and an MBA from Duke University. Jim lives in Raleigh, North Carolina, with his wife and two children.

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