Lipari Summer School on Network programmability: Emerging methodologies, technologies, and applications

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A few days ago, a Summer School on Network programmability, Emerging methodologies, technologies, and applications, took place in Lipari, Aeolian islands, Italy.

Goal of the summer school was to provide a comprehensive overview of the emerging methodologies and technologies for network programmability and their impact on modern application scenarios, as well as identify and address major open issues and challenges behind the current network softwarisation trend.

Besides frontal lectures and tutorials, the schedule further comprised hands-on sessions, to permit the students to gain concrete experience with selected methodologies and programming technologies

One of SONATA members, Professor Holger Karl, ran one of the lectures, A path to the Future Internet: Networks controlled by software and softwarized networks. All the material he used, largely based on SONATA, and Testbed demo is now publicly available online if it is of your interest.