What is the Bootcamp?
Scheduled for May 7, the Bootcamp is a hands-on, practical workshop intended to give those who are interested in implementing Openflow practical experience with that implementation process.
We’re helping to organise the Bootcamp because we believe software defined networking (SDN) gives our members further options in network design while reducing costs.
Openflow is an example of (SDN), and we’re very happy to play an active role in giving our members the tools and understanding they need to implement it (if they wish) within their own networks.
Remarkable level of interest
The level of interest for the Bootcamp (and for the Openflow workshop held back in February) has been impressively strong. We now have more than thirty people who have confirmed their interest in attending—and there are simply no more seats available.
Assuming that everyone is able to make it on the day, it should lead to a very busy session—and, hopefully, it should also give rise to a strong and active community of people interested in this technology.
The agenda is set
If you’re one of those people who are attending the session, the agenda should have already turned up in your inbox. If you have any questions, contact Desi Ramoo (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Other than that, please ensure your tray is in the upright position, buckle yourselves in and get ready: the Bootcamp is on!