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Linux Foundation's Open Daylight, not just another OpenFlow Controller

Phil Robb, the Director of Networking Solutions for the Linux Foundation, will introduce us to Open Daylight, www.opendaylight.org, and what it means to OpenStack.

OpenDaylight is a rapidly developing networking solution that encompasses software defined networking (SDN), network function virtualization (NFV) and integrates with OpenStack Neutron. But it is also a collaborative development that has traditional networking competitors working closely together to create an open networking future.

Open Daylight is just releasing its first version, Hydrogen, in February so it is a great time to hear about it.

Gertrude Scott Room at the Loveland Library in Old Town Loveland at 3rd & Adams or 4th and Adams. Enter the library a little ways past the checkout desk and the Gertrude Scott room is on the right.

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  • Quentin H.

    Yup, I was glad to make it and hear the presentation and meet people. Thanks to everyone who made it happen!

    February 19, 2014

  • Mike K.

    Great presentation by Phil

    February 18, 2014

  • Venkat S.

    Sorry cannot make it

    February 18, 2014

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