The term SDN is often used in the industry to refer to the “network architecture” that is used to create web applications.
It is often referred to as the “one-stop shop” that provides the functionality that a web application needs.
The internet has a rich history of network architecture and the first SDN was designed by Cisco Systems, a leading provider of networking equipment.
Cisco was first involved in the design of the internet in the mid-1990s, when the company released its first commercial version of a network, the XE100, for the US government and military.
In 1997, the company was bought by Cisco for $1.9 billion.
In 2009, Cisco acquired OpenWRT, a project that builds a fully featured, open-source firmware that is built on top of the X10 network.
OpenWrt has since expanded its network to include many countries and regions.
As the internet grew in popularity, SDN evolved, as did the way applications and websites were built.
SDNs include many different features and components, but in the process, they have become more complex.
They also can be quite expensive, and often are not as well tested as network equipment.
The rise of SDN has been accompanied by a rise in security and privacy concerns.
For example, it has become easier for users to log in to websites and applications, and to gain control over what they see.