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The future of networking: Open source networking is the 'new norm'



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Oct 12, 2018



Do network pros need to up their DevOps chops?



For decades, network professionals needed to know router protocols and command-line interfaces, but with the advent of programmable networks, it may be prudent for them also to get training writing code in order to advance in their careers.
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