Ed Henry writes on his blog:
The first thing I took away from the discussion was the use of the phrase ‘Software Defined Networks’ when talking about the product that Glue has to offer. While they offer what looks like a competent product in the realm of configuration automation and orchestration, I don’t know if I would qualify that as ‘SDN’. Though, SDN is such an ambiguous term today, that we can probably deem it just that and be completely fine with it. I don’t necessarily qualify configuration management as ‘SDN’ in respect to how it’s being done in this case as its just templating and revision control, but if done right through APIs and libraries (OnePK in Cisco world), it could push the industry forward.
Read more: TFD ONUG 2014 — Glue Networks