Lecture 8: Software Defined Networks

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In Lecture 8: Software Defined Networks, Talha Ibn Aziz, Lecturer at the Department of CSE at
introduces a new kind of network called ‘Software-Defined Networks’ (SDNs). Aziz defines
and explains what SDNs are and why specifically they are called software-defined networks.
Next is an explanation of the process of converting a traditional protocol stack to the new SDN.
The lecture concludes with the advantages and motivations of using SDNs as well as the limitations
and challenges of SDNs.

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