RSdoc – REST API documentation for OpenFlow and SDN

In this video David Bombal explains RSdoc, which provides semi-automated interactive RESTful API documentation. It offers a useful way to interact with REST APIs on the HP VAN SDN Controller, updating OpenFlow flow tables on switches.

RSdoc is useful as an API online documentation tool. It provides a catalog of all the REST APIs on the SDN Controller.

Use RSdoc to learn how to create a Software defined networking application for the adding, updating and deleting of flow entries on OpenFlow switches.

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These days I am involved in some exciting SDN and OpenFlow projects involving the HP VAN SDN Controller, HP ProVision and HP Comware switches. These new developments in the networking world combine my passions of networking and application development. I hope to write some interesting blog entries on these exiting topics. I am both a Cisco CCIE #11023 and HP MASE as well as a Cisco Certified Systems Instructor (CCSI #22787) and Certified HP Instructor. I have been training networking courses for well over 10 years teaching on a wide range of topics including routing and switching, VoIP, OpenFlow and SDN. I have delivered instructor led courses all over the world. I started working with Cisco Unified Communications Manager when it was still called Cisco Call Manager and have been deploying, troubleshooting and teaching Unified Communications products since version 3.0. I have developed various network utilities such as the VPN Config Generator and others to help engineers in their day to day jobs. I also develop software, training materials, EBooks, videos and other products which are used throughout the world. I have designed, implemented and managed networks ranging from single sites to those that span 50 countries.

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One Response to “RSdoc – REST API documentation for OpenFlow and SDN”

  • SDNFanSA, November 16, 2014 at 1:18 pm #

    Hi David

    Great tutorials, Really helpful
    Can you perhaps share the bash scripts in your demo?



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