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Achieving near-optimal traffic engineering in hybrid Software Defined Networks Software Defined Networking (SDN) is an emerging networking paradigm which intends to mergenetworks into the age of the cloud, providing fine-grained control, simplified configurations, unprecedented flexibility and seamless scalability. However, due to the large set of unresolved challenges as well as the deployment cost, network evolution to fully SDN systems will take a long time. In fact, SDN elements are incrementally deployed in enterprise networks, producing a transitionalnetwork form of hybrid SDN (H-SDN). An H-SDN system consists of traditional networking elements and SDN elements, accommodating both conventional traffic and SDN traffic. In this paper, we investigate traffic engineering (TE) in H-SDN, where the SDN controller strategically routes SDN traffic so as to optimize the TE performance over all network links shared with uncontrollable conventional traffic. Two hybrid modes are studied: (1) the barrier mode, where the two forms of traffic are routed in separated capacity spaces; and (2) the hybrid mode, where each link can be fully occupied by either form of traffic. We propose fast algorithms for the TE problems in both scenarios with provable approximation guarantees. Theoretical analysis and computer simulations validate the efficacy of our algorithms.