I’ve commented in prior blogs that the output of what we call “SDN” or “NFV” would, in a functional sense, but a kind of network-as-a-service or NaaS.  NaaS implies that services are created through some API process (the service API) rather than being simply in place as an attribute of cooperative device behaviors.  Since you have to set up an SDN or NFV service, it’s fair to characterize that service as “NaaS”, and in theory something designed for NaaS could have both SDN and NFV implications. Read More…
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