The objective of this project is to show that the Software-Defined Networking concept demonstrated by using the UDOOBoard development kit can be served with various configurations. Besides this, although small-scale development kits are very popular, their usage areas are restricted to amateur and personal development applications. In this work, we aimed at building up a lightweight experimentation environment for hardware development kits with Linux support. As a future work, the results of this study can be ported into a physical environment. It is shown that UDOOBoards can be used in a software-defined cluster network. Three different clustering substructures are studied and their results are presented.