ONOS Build is happening later this week and we want to invite all community members to participate. If you’re going to the event in person, please be sure to check out the logistics information before you travel. If you’re not attending in person, you can participate remotely by: Following the @ONLAB_ONOS Twitter handle — there […]
Rapidly growing open source networking community converges at ONOS Build MENLO PARK, Calif. Oct. 24, 2016 – ONOS Project, the rapidly growing open source community advancing the software-defined networking (SDN) OS for service providers with high availability, scale and performance and the right abstractions to create apps and services, today announced BII, Canonical, NCTU and […]
Software-Defined Networking Pioneers to Chart Next Phase of SDN; Fueling SDN Adoption by Owners and Operators of Large Networks PALO ALTO, Calif., October 19, 2016 – The Open Networking Foundation (ONF) and Open Networking Lab (ON.Lab), two pioneering non-profit organizations dedicated to the widespread adoption of SDN, today announced an agreement to become a single […]
Why have ONF and ON.Lab entered into an agreement to become a single organization? We are taking a bold step to shape the future of networking by bringing standards and open source efforts under a single umbrella, we are building real synergy between the two organizations – allowing open source development and deployment to guide […]
There are several ways that an increased focus on gathering and analyzing community metrics could help the ONOS community. For instance, analyzing commit and review activity could make it easier for us to identify people who should be made module owners. There isn’t anyone actively working on doing this now, so we’re posting to the […]
Learn about the ONOS Deployments Brigade from Luca Prete, MTS ON.Lab: Q: Luca, please tell us a bit about yourself and role within ONOS. A: As an SDN enthusiast, I joined ON.Lab in 2014 before the open sourcing of ONOS. I earned a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science in Milan and a Masters in […]
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.