You are hereHome › Hal Marcus College of Science & Engineering (CSE) › Department of Information Technology › Snider, Dallas › A tool set for managing virtual network configurations Style APAChicagoHarvardIEEEMLATurabian Choose the citation style. Soles, L. R., Reichherzer, T., & Snider, D. H. (2016). A tool set for managing virtual network configurations. UWF Student Scholar Symposium and Faculty Research Showcase, Pensacola, FL. A tool set for managing virtual network configurations Details Title A tool set for managing virtual network configurations Contributor(s) Soles, Lem R. (author)Reichherzer, Thomas (author)Snider, Dallas H. (author) Located In UWF Student Scholar Symposium and Faculty Research Showcase, Pensacola, FL Date 2016 Notes Poster presentation in based on a conference paper presented at the 2016 IEEE SoutheastCon and published in the conference proceedings. Abstract Software defined networks and network function virtualization are providing much needed agility to network and system administrators attempting to meet everchanging demands from their stakeholders. However, there exists a need for tools to assist in the configuration, deployment, testing and knowledge transfer of these networks and their components. In this paper, we present our plans to develop a set of open source tools to assist with the aforementioned tasks. The goal is to apply existing disparate pieces of technology so they may work together to assist with the management of virtual network environments.