Hands-On ONOS Hackathon at EWSDN in Bilbao Spain
This year, we have chosen ONOS, which defines itself as “a new carrier-grade SDN network operating system designed for high availability, performance, scale-out.” ONOS is maturing quite quickly and other than demos we can already say that exciting solutions like ATRIUM that make use of this project are appearing. See announcement here. Fromt the organizer, […]
Darren Bono’s blogpost: ONOS Tutorial Part 1
see his blogpost here.
Is AT&T The Next Google As Central Office Modernizes?
AT&T aims to virtualize 75% of its network with software by 2020, up from 5% at the end of 2015. In the process, it’ll fold its telecom central offices into cloud data centers, a concept called CORD, which stands for Central Office Re-architected as Data Center. “With CORD, AT&T is redefining the telecom cloud,” said […]
Open Networking Foundation to Host Second Annual SDN Solutions Showcase At the SDN & OpenFlow World Congress
The Open Networking Foundation (ONF) has announced the full list of participants in the second annual SDN Solutions Showcase at the SDN & OpenFlow™ World Congress. The showcase will highlight a broad range of SDN technologies, products, and applications based on OpenFlow, OpenDaylight, the Open Network Operating System (ONOS), Open Platform for NFV (OPNFV), and […]
CEDMagazine: Briefs: Verizon, Global Capacity, ONOS, Frontier
ONOS announced the availability of the fourth release of its open source SDN Open Network Operating System (ONOS), named Drake, that is focused on infrastructure enhancements for further SDN and NFV use case enablement. Drake adds new security, configuration and application level feature sets with improvements to the northbound and southbound including REST, API and […]
Converge Digest: ONOS Drake Release Adds Security, Config, App Features
The fourth release of ONOS, the open source SDN networking operating system for Service Provider networks, is now available for download. “The ONOS community’s contributions are accelerating rapidly,” said Bill Snow, vice president of engineering at the ONOS Project. “ONOS’ open source community delivers new product enhancements and apps at the tremendous rate required to […]
SDxCentral: ONOS’ Drake Release Doesn’t Try to be SDN for Everybody
The Open Network Operating System (ONOS) community today unlocked its fourth code release, named Drake, focused on infrastructure enhancements for further software defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV) use cases. Drake’s new features include enhanced VXLAN support, transport-layer east-west security, and pieces of code developed by Ericsson and Huawei, among others.
PRNewswire: ONOS’ Partner Involvement Accelerates to Deliver Increased Infrastructure Functionality for SDN and NFV Use Case Enablement
MENLO PARK, Calif., Sept. 22, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — ONOS’ community today announced the availability of the fourth release of its open source SDN Open Network Operating System (ONOS), named Drake, that is focused on infrastructure enhancements for further SDN and NFV use case enablement. Providing the high availability and scale-out required for carrier grade performance, […]
Talk on Converged Packet-Optical Software Defined Networking
Tom Tofigh and Marc De Leenheer gave a talk at the IEEE computer society of silicon valley. Talk details can be found here.