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September 12, 2017

Update on Hackathon at ONOS Build 2017

With one more week to go before ONOS Build 2017 begins, we wanted to give an update on the Hackathon which we’ll be organising at the event. We’ll be changing the format a bit and rather than focus on several projects (like we did last year), participants in the Hackathon will focus on working on […]

August 28, 2017

You are invited to the ONOS P4 Brigade Work Days 2017 in Seoul

The ONOS P4 Brigade is glad to announce that it will hold a 2-day event of collaborative work on 18-19 September 2017 in Seoul, South Korea. This is a great opportunity either if you are already an active member of the brigade, or if you are simply thinking to join. Indeed, as part of the […]

August 23, 2017

Accelerating the Adoption of SDN & NFV

ONF’s Open Network Operating System (ONOS) continues to strengthen its leadership in performance, scalability and high availability as a carrier-grade SDN OS. It is an open source project that offers a rich set of network control and configuration abstractions, which make it easy for service providers to easily develop applications and services. From its first […]

August 2, 2017

Use your design talents to create ONOS glyphs and win fame and swag

As the ONOS project continues to grow, we need to find ways to make it easier for people to find what they’re looking for. The application directory is one example of this — there are now over 100 applications and it can be hard to find what you want when scanning through that list. We […]

July 28, 2017

[Update #6] Community Travel Sponsorships for ONOS Build 2017

As we’ve said from the outset, the aim of ONOS Build 2017 is to bring the ONOS community together under one roof for three days of sharing, learning, aligning, hacking and socialising. We know that Seoul, Korea might not be the easiest destination to travel to for many in the community so we want to make sure […]

July 27, 2017

[UPDATE #5] Participating at ONOS Build 2017

ONOS Build 2017 is a developer conference by the community for the community. As such, we want to make this event as open and participatory as possible and your participation is key to its success. Below is a reminder of the different ways you can sign-up to be a speaker or presenter: Community Showcase What is […]

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July 27, 2017

ONOS Brigades: July Updates

Welcome to the first monthly ONOS Brigades Update! This month we have updates from the Lion, P4, Security & Performance Analysis, and Teaching Brigades. Please also check out https://wiki.onosproject.org/display/ONOS/Brigades for additional brigade activities. Lion (Localization/Internationalization) As SDN becomes more popular, so does ONOS! However, most of the SDN and ONOS documentation is written in English. […]

July 25, 2017

[Update #4] ONOS Build 2017: one more week for an early registration discount!

With ONOS Build 2017 just a little less than two months away, we wanted to share a quick reminder that registration is free for core community members, which include code contributors, ONOS Brigade Members, Ambassadors and ONF members. However, if you’re stil new to the community, you still have one week to benefit from an early-registration […]

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July 17, 2017

Collaboration in Action: Meet the ONOS Teaching Brigade

Abdulhalim Dandoush, Ph.D. in Information Technology, leads the ONOS Teaching Brigade. The Teaching Brigade is committed to providing and re-organizing open source modular teaching materials at different levels to be used for courses targeted for several types of audience (networking professionals, undergraduate or master students of different backgrounds, Ph.D. students, software developers with/without experience in […]

June 28, 2017

Join the Dynamic Configuration Brigade and accelerate the YANG tools 2.0 release

The Dynamic Configuration brigade got started last year and shipped an initial release of their work in time to give a demo at ONS 2017 in April. The team is now getting started on the next phase of their work and is planning to ship a YANG tools 2.0 release that will: Support model-agnostic (intermediate) […]