OpenDaylight Carbon Release: Enhanced Stability, Security and Network Programmability (by Ryan Goulding)

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End users can rest assured that the early days of OpenDaylight releases that were jam-packed with tens-to-hundreds of new under-supported features are far gone. The latest release, Carbon, showcases the maturity and production-grade quality that Platform users have come to expect. Carbon provides significant improvements to security, stability and network programmability. A driving goal for […]

New Network Infrastructure Makes Cities Smarter (Government of Canada, Networks of Centres of Excellence of Canada)

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New network infrastructure designed to create smart cities is poised to open the door for dramatic improvements in the efficiency, cost and variety of municipal programs and services. Unlike the traditional approach, where service providers build their own infrastructure for each business or residential client, open programmable smart city infrastructure controlled by software defined networking […]

An Interview with OpenDaylight’s Alexis de Talhouët (_TheInitialCommit)

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What project or projects do you maintain and what was your motivation for creating those projects and releasing them as open source software? I work mostly on the OpenDaylight project, maintaining many sub-projects it has, with a high amount of focus on the core projects. OpenDaylight is a framework providing tools to build software-defined networking […]

Thoughts on Broadcom Acquisition of Brocade

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Written by Andy Salo, COO of Inocybe Technologies Congratulations to the employees and shareholders of Brocade. An acquisition price of $5.9 Billion by Broadcom that includes $400 Million of Brocade debt is a 47% premium to their most recent stock price.  It certainly seems like an offer the management team couldn’t refuse. What is perhaps […]

OpenDaylight Development Environment in 5 minutes (by Icaro Camelo)

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Originally posted on Icaro Camelo’s Blog. In order to create an OpenDaylight development environment in 5 minutes, the easiest way to have it up and running is using Vagrant. Vagrant creates and configures lightweight, reproducible, and portable development environments. In this case you need to have the following softwares pre-installed: git 2+ virtualbox 5+ Vagrant 1.8+ To begin the […]

OpenDaylight Summit 2016: Here come the… Drones?

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Originally posted as a guest blog on OpenDaylight.org by Maddison Long, Marketing Director at Inocybe Technologies. If you are still on the fence about coming to the OpenDaylight Summit in Seattle this September, now is the time to convince your boss and book your travel. Last year’s conference was a huge success, and this year’s event promises […]

Navigating through OpenDaylight Projects

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Originally posted as a guest blog on OpenDaylight.org by Maddison Long, Marketing Director at Inocybe Technologies. As an open source software defined networking (OSSDN) platform made up of many components with  features that address  various networking use-cases, OpenDaylight can seem complex when you first engage with the platform. By nature, the complex makeup of any open source […]

Serro Partners with Inocybe Technologies for OpenDaylight SDN Deployments (Michael Guta, Open Network)

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High-speed mobile broadband services continue to put pressure on CSPs and network operators as they face increasing capital and operational expenditures (CapEx and OpEx). The industry as a whole is looking to network functions virtualization (NFV) and software defined networking (SDN) to lower the total cost of ownership, as well as the CapEx and OpEx. […]