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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) […]

June 26, 2017

gRPC brigade work week in Seoul

We’re thrilled to announce the successful conclusion of the gRPC brigade work week in Seoul, South Korea. Over the course of the past three days brigade members attending both in person and remotely have worked hard to help define our roadmap for the next few releases. We have resolved many of the challenges facing our […]

June 21, 2017

Announcing Carmelo Cascone as new super module owner

Congratulations to Carmelo Cascone for being accepted as a new super module owner for the ONOS codebase. A “super module owner” is someone who can give a +2 review for any part of the codebase (including new areas) and submit code into the repository. Owners are responsible for maintaining the quality of contributions for their […]

June 20, 2017

[Update #3] Registrations are now open for ONOS Build 2017!

We’re thrilled to announce that registrations at ONOS Build 2017 are now open!  You can register directly on the event website: Registration is FREE if you are already actively involved in the ONOS project as a code contributor, brigade member or Ambassador, or if your organization is a member of the ONF. We will […]

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June 15, 2017

Roadmap for how the GUI brigade will improve the ONOS interface

Steven Burrows from Villa-Tech has recently taken over the leadership of the ONOS GUI Brigade and has put together a roadmap for what this brigade will be focusing on in the coming months. If you’re interested in improving the ONOS interface, take a look at the roadmap below and join the #brigade-gui channel on Slack […]

June 12, 2017

ONOS and CORD Tutorial at NetSoft 2017 in Bologna on July 7

Andrea Campanella will be giving a 3 hour tutorial on ONOS and CORD at the IEEE NetSoft 2017 event in Bologna on July 7. The talk will have a technical focus discussing the different aspects of the ONOS architecture, multiple use-cases, applications. During the talk there will be also a demo of the platform. The […]

June 12, 2017

gRPC Brigade Work Week in Seoul

Today we’re happy to announce the gRPC brigade’s upcoming work week in Seoul. This brigade is dedicated to the use of google’s gRPC framework to enhance the ONOS experience. gRPC is a lightweight and efficient rpc (remote procedure call) framework which provides backward compatibility, efficient serialization and non-blocking calls. It builds on the strengths of […]

June 8, 2017

Announcing Zack Williams as new project maintainer

Congratulations to Zack Williams for being accepted as a new project maintainer for the ONOS codebase. A “project maintainer” is someone with administration rights to work on build and release processes, as well as cleanup, maintenance and reorganization efforts. If you have questions about the ONOS build and release processes, please contact Zack.