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programmability

The capability within hardware and software to change; to accept a new set of instructions that alter its behavior. Programmability generally refers to program logic (business rules), but it also refers to designing the user interface which includes the choices of menus, buttons and dialogs.
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This reduces operational costs, eliminates network complexity and drives greater competitive advantage through a level of service programmability previously unachievable.
This architecture helps decouple the network control and forwarding functions,making way foreasy programmability of the entire network control.
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OVS runs as a process within PicOS, providing the OpenFlow interface for external programmability.

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