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A la mancha con Don Quijote: préciate más de ser humilde virtuoso, que pecador soberbio...
A la mancha con Don Quijote: préciate más de ser humilde virtuoso, que pecador soberbio...

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Business & IT leaders who've embraced machine learning are benefiting from smarter decisions, new operational efficiencies, better customer experiences, and are already seeing ROI. Find out more in this MIT Technology Review report, created in conjunction with Google Cloud https://cloud.google.com/blog/big-data/2017/04/survey-says-machine-learning-happening-now-and-paying-off
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Para lleváis como yo, quieren iniciarse en contenedores, Docker ofrece un libro gratuito de 200 páginas de todo lo necesario para conocer sobre Docker
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"Early on, SDN was envisioned as the thing that would change everything about networking. SDN controllers were going to take over the world and be the massive brains of your network," Lisa Caywood, director of ecosystem development at the Linux Foundation's OpenDaylight Project, told me in an interview. Today, vendors and users alike have come to view SDN as a tool to solve specific business problems instead of a "grand platform that will solve all ills," she said.

Read more at Network Computing: http://ubm.io/2mxpZCX #OpenSDN
SDN: The 'Quiet Revolution'
SDN: The 'Quiet Revolution'
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SDxCentral: AT&T Developed an SDN Controller for 400 GbE Trial Between D.C. and NYC w/ OpenDaylight http://bit.ly/2mW5tr7 #OpenSDN
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"Early on, SDN was envisioned as the thing that would change everything about networking. SDN controllers were going to take over the world and be the massive brains of your network," Lisa Caywood, director of ecosystem development at the Linux Foundation's OpenDaylight Project, told me in an interview. Today, vendors and users alike have come to view SDN as a tool to solve specific business problems instead of a "grand platform that will solve all ills," she said.

Read more at Network Computing: http://ubm.io/2mxpZCX #OpenSDN
SDN: The 'Quiet Revolution'
SDN: The 'Quiet Revolution'
networkcomputing.com
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