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10 Reasons To Use Open Source Software-Defined Networking
10 Reasons To Use Open Source Software-Defined Networking
10 Reasons To Use Open Source Software-Defined Networking
10 Reasons To Use Open Source Software-Defined Networking
10 Reasons To Use Open Source Software-Defined Networking
10 Reasons To Use Open Source Software-Defined Networking
10 Reasons To Use Open Source Software-Defined Networking
10 Reasons To Use Open Source Software-Defined Networking
10 Reasons To Use Open Source Software-Defined Networking
10 Reasons To Use Open Source Software-Defined Networking
10 Reasons To Use Open Source Software-Defined Networking
10 Reasons To Use Open Source Software-Defined Networking
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10 Reasons To Use Open Source Software-Defined Networking

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  • 1. REASONS TO USE OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE-DEFINED NETWORKING 10 @VALAAFSHAR EXTREME NETWORKS
  • 2. BETTER QUALITY CODE Open source software quality outpaced proprietary code for the first time in 2013. 80% of open software users choose to do so based on quality. 2014 Future of Open Source - 8th Annual Survey
  • 3. RAPID INNOVATION 50% of business managers get involved in open source because it allows them to innovate. Linux Foundation Collaborative Trends Report 2014 BETTER RAPID INNOVATION
  • 4. SECURITY Transparency has made open software stronger. 72% of users choose open source because of security. 2014 Future of Open Source - 8th Annual Survey RAPID INNOVATION SECURITY
  • 5. COMMUNITY 83% of software developers say they benefit personally from collaborative development through exposure to new tools and development practices. Linux Foundation Collaborative Trends Report 2014 SECURITY COMMUNITY
  • 6. FREEDOM Become a part of the change. 95% of users say that open source in their SDN solutions represents greater choice, more functionality and interoperability, and lower costs. OpenDaylight Survey 2014 BETTER QUALITY CODE FREEDOM
  • 7. QUALITY CODE ADAPTABILITY While 63% of tech startups fail within 4 years, open source is not tied to any one individual vendor. 1,000 companies have contributed to Linux since 2005. Statistic Brain – Startup Business Failure Rate By Industry, State of Linux Development 2013 FREEDOM ADAPTABILITY
  • 8. RAPID INNOVATION SECURITY CHOICE There is no silver bullet in networking. There are over 1 million open source projects with 10 million people contributing over 100 billion lines of code. 2014 Future of Open Source - 8th Annual Survey ADAPTABILITY CHOICE
  • 9. INTEROPERABILITY Choose the right solution, don’t get locked-in to a single solution. 10,000 developers from 1,000 companies have contributed to the Linux. State CHOICE of Linux Development 2013 INTEROPERABILITY
  • 10. FREEDOM ADAPTABILITY DE FACTO STANDARDS </> DE FACTO STANDARDS Open source dovetails with standards efforts. Over 100 additional companies join Linux effort each year. State of Linux Development 2013
  • 11. MAX RETURN ON SPEND It costs less upfront and is easier to scale over time. 68% of users find that open source improves efficiency and lowers costs. 2014 Future of Open Source - 8th Annual Survey $ FACTO STANDARDS MAX RETURN ON SPEND
  • 12. www.extremenetworks.com/solutions/sdn/ www.opendaylight.org http://www.extremenetworks.com/

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