Cloud Computing Security: What Changes with Software-Defined Networking?

@inproceedings{Tsugawa2014CloudCS,
  title={Cloud Computing Security: What Changes with Software-Defined Networking?},
  author={Maur{\'i}cio O. Tsugawa and Andr{\'e}a M. Matsunaga and Jos{\'e} A. B. Fortes},
  booktitle={Secure Cloud Computing},
  year={2014}
}
Broadly construed, Software-Defined Networking (SDN) refers to the use of a standards-based open architecture and its supporting open source and open interfaces technologies to enable the deployment, management, and operation of networks. While traditional network management relies on vendor-specific hardware, protocols, and software, SDN systems are architected to have well-defined control and data planes offering flexible management interfaces. The enhanced control enabled by SDN opens… CONTINUE READING