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University of The Cumberlands SDN Workflow Using Emerging Threads Research Paper

University of the Cumberlands

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Can you help me understand this Computer Science question?

2.OpenFlow table architecture how it works what all the things are being used widely.

3. Switches functionality, uses, advantages and disadvantages.

4. Controllers functionality, uses, advantages and disadvantages.

5. Threats on OpenFlow, Switches and controllers.

    • Research Paper must be in APA Style
    • Research Paper must have at least 5 works cited of which 2 must be peer reviewed works/articles (note your book can be included as a reference)
    • Must be at least 3 double-spaced pages
    • The Policy will be an Attachment and not count toward the 5 Page requirement
    • Graphs, illustrations and spreadsheets are allowed, but will not count toward the 3 Page requirement

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Running Head: SDN WORKFLOW


SDN Workflow
Student’s Name
Institutional Affiliation



Software-Defined Networking is a new technology that has come in to help manage
the drawbacks of the networks that have been traditionally used. The SDN puts in place new
technology to ensure that it is comparatively more efficient and convenient as compared to the
traditionally used networks. One of the basic strengths of these networks is the fact it has a
separate data plane and the control plane. The separation and the technology put in place in the
SDN have enabled it to be quite programmable, an aspect that is responsible for some of its
benefits, which include flexibility, reliability, and security.
It is important to note that the Software Defined Networking is comprised of three
major layers. These layers are; the physical layer, the control layer, and the application layer.
These three layers compliment exact other in network management with each layer playing a
vital role in the process which therefore mean each layer comes with different functionality, uses
and advantages The first layer mentioned above, the physical layer, is basically comprised of the
physical infrastructure used in the network (What is Software Defined Networking (SDN) and
why is it important? 2...


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