An approach to software development that enables frequent releases, where development and operations work together.
 Software-defined networking
An approach to building networks where the configuration and functions can be defined and controlled through software.
 Network Functions Virtualisation
A technology that virtualizes the functions of existing networks.
 Service chaining
When multiple functions (such as network-address translation, firewalls, intrusion monitoring, session control, and content distribution) exist on a network, selecting and using specific functions for each service.
An IaaS cloud-computing project launched in 2010 by Rackspace Hosting and NASA.
 Kernel-based virtual machine
Software for running a virtual environment in Linux.
 Software-development kit
A set of development tools and libraries used by programmers.
Optical transport network
 Transport-management controller / Transport equipment
Realized by using the OTN functions of NETSMART 1500 as the transport-management controller and FLASHWAVE 9500 as transport equipment.
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Date: 12 May, 2015
Company: Fujitsu Limited
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