As interest in ONOS has grown and with it the number of code submissions, we are looking for ways to improve and scale the code review process. We are working on some longer-term changes to increase the number of code reviewers, but in the meantime we’d like to make some immediate changes to the process […]
Webinar: CORD: Central Office Re-architected as a Datacenter Register for this Meeting Here. Date:Tue, Nov 17, 2015 Time:10:00 AM PST Duration:1 hour 30 minutes Host(s):ONS Inspire! Webinars Presenter Information Tom Anschutz Distinguished Member of Technical Staff, AT&T Larry Peterson Chief Architect, ONOS Saurav Das Principal System Architect, ONF Ali Al-Shabibi Technical Lead, ONOS Overview CORD aims […]
I’d like to introduce myself—my name is David Boswell and I just joined ON.Lab as the Director of Community. I have over fifteen years experience building communities around open source projects, including Mozilla, OpenOffice, Digital Manufacturing Commons and more. I’m very excited to bring my experience to ONOS to help advance the mission of accelerating […]
SearchSDN, Antone Gonsalves – 10/19/15 Two open source groups building separate software-defined networking (SDN) controllers are now part of the Linux Foundation, increasing the likelihood of cross-project collaboration. This week, the Open Networking Lab (ON.Lab) placed its Open Networking Operating System (ONOS) project under the foundation. ONOS developers are building a carrier-grade SDN open source […]
FierceEnterpriseCommunications, Chris Talbot – 10/19/15 With so many projects, though, it seems that eventually there will have to be some consolidation among the projects … or at least an overall standard that everyone can agree on. Last week, ON.Lab’s ONOS project was added to the ever-growing list of Linux Foundation projects. It joins several other […]
FierceEnterpriseCommunications, Chris Talbot – 10/19/15 Now a Linux Foundation project, the Open Network Operating System project is likely to attract more attention. On the CloudRouter Project’s blog, Thomas Vachuska, ONOS’s chief architect, indicated that since ON.Lab launched the open source software-defined networking project in December 2014, several collaborators and contributors have joined. The number is […]
Opensource.com, Joshua Allen Holm – 10/17/15 The ONOS project and the Linux Foundation are entering into a strategic partnership to develop open source SDN/NFV solution. According to the Linux Foundation press release, “the new collaborative project will advance and bring together the community for ONOS to build open source platforms, solutions and ecosystem for service […]
Current Analysis, Glen Hunt – 10/13/15 The ONOS community and the Linux Foundation announce a partnership expected to impact the future of networking by helping ONOS to realize its upper potential as an open source SDN and NFV solution for operators – now more adoption needed please!
FierceEnterprise Communications, Chris Talbot – 10/14/15 The ONOS software-defined networking project may get more exposure – and possibly more interest among enterprises – thanks to a newly-struck strategic partnership with the Linux Foundation. As part of the partnership, ONOS is now a Linux Foundation project, although the project maintains its existing mission and board of […]
The ONF is a member of the Linux Foundation and works closely with them for strategic alignment across all open source projects under the umbrella of both organizations. All ONF projects are considered to be part of Linux Foundation’s portfolio of projects.