◆英語タイトル:Software Defined Networking: Solutions, Vendor and Enterprise Strategies, Implementation, and Forecasts 2016 - 2020
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The term “Software Defined Networking” (SDN) has acquired a magic ring to those who deal with networking but are not technical experts. SDN evokes claims of better network performance, increased security and faster time to market for networking services. Is SDN truly a game change in networking?

SDN arises from the demands of pervasive cloud computing and changes the way we approach networking. The key concept of SDN is to move control out of the switches into a dedicated server that has a global view of the network state. This breaks fundamentally with existing principles of layer 2 and layer 3 networking where each switch has autonomous control.

This research provides an in-depth assessment of the SDN market including business models, operator and vendor strategies and a quantitative assessment of the industry from 2016 to 2020. This report includes use cases of real SDN deployments including analysis of benefits and challenges. The report also evaluates SDN strategies and product lines of a wide range of both well-established and new vendors. All purchases of Mind Commerce reports includes time with an expert analyst who will help you link key findings in the report to the business issues you’re addressing. This needs to be used within three months of purchasing the report.

The report addresses the following key topics:
• SDN Technical Brief: A concise but clear account of what exactly defines SDN and how it relates to NFV.
• Standards and Open Source: An assessment of the dynamic SDN open source community – who does what, and which are the initiatives to watch.
• The Case for SDN: What drives enterprises and carriers to deploy SDN? What can they expect from SDN?
• Factors Holding Back SDN: What are the drawbacks of SDN? What is holding back SDN deployment?
• Service Provider, Vendor and Enterprise Strategies: An assessment of the choices and dilemmas faced by vendors, carriers and enterprises when it comes to developing SDN products and deploying SDN networks. Includes case studies.
• The SDN Market: A forecast of how the SDN market will evolve between 2016 and 2020, taking into account global regional differences.
• Migration to SDN: Our exclusive step-wise guide to migration to SDN.


1 Introduction
1.1 Topics Covered
1.2 Key Findings
1.3 Target Audience
1.4 Companies Researched
2 SDN Technical Brief
2.1 The Evolution of the Internet
2.2 The History of SDN
2.3 What Is SDN?
2.4 SDN Switches
2.5 Controller
2.6 SDN Applications
2.7 Deploying SDN
2.8 Network Function Virtualization
3 Standards and Open Source
3.1 OpenFlow
3.2 Open Source SDN Controllers
3.3 Open SDN Switches
3.4 Languages
4 SDN Trends
4.1 SDN Selling Proposition
4.2 SDN Restraints
4.3 The Blue and Red Scenario
4.4 Evaluating SDN Interest Level
5 Service Provider SDN Strategies
5.1 The Case for SDN
5.2 The Service Provider Dilemma
5.3 Service Provider Case Studies
5.3.1 AT&T
5.3.2 NTT
5.3.3 Orange
5.3.4 Telefonica
5.3.5 Other Service Providers
6 SDN Vendor Strategies
6.1 SDN Challenges Business Models
6.2 The Vendor Dilemma
6.3 The SDN Vendor Landscape
6.4 SDN Vendor Case Studies
6.4.1 Accenture
6.4.2 Alcatel-Lucent
6.4.3 Big switch
6.4.4 Brocade
6.4.5 Cisco
6.4.6 Dell
6.4.7 Ericsson
6.4.8 Hewlett-Packard
6.4.9 Huawei
6.4.10 IBM
6.4.11 Juniper
6.4.12 NEC
6.4.13 Nokia
6.4.14 Oracle
6.4.15 Other Vendors
7 Enterprise SDN Strategies
7.1 The Case For Enterprise SDN
7.2 Enterprise Case Studies
7.2.1 Facebook
7.2.2 Goldman Sachs
7.2.3 Google
7.2.4 Microsoft
8 Market Outlook and Forecasts
8.1 Our Forecast
8.2 Regional Differences
9 Migrating to SDN
9.1 Business Over Technology
9.2 Agile Migration 6
9.3 The Migration Process
10 Appendix
10.1 Research Methodology
10.2 Glossary


Figure 1: Milestones in the history of the Internet
Figure 2: Primary SDN Function: Centralizing Control
Figure 3: Ethernet Switch Exterior
Figure 4: Coordination between SDN Controllers
Figure 5: Network Function Virtualization
Figure 6: Basic OpenFlow Messages
Figure 7: Virtualized SDN Router
Figure 8: Interest in Open SDN
Figure 9: Interest in SDN Vendors
Figure 10: Multi-level Networks with SDN Control
Figure 11: Facebook’s Wedge Switch – A Component of the 6-Pack
Figure 12: Network Topology with Centralized Control
Figure 13: SDN Market Forecast 2016 – 2020
Figure 14: Full, Mixed and Hybrid SDN




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