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OpenDaylight Project Releases Boron for Network-Driven Businesses

The OpenDaylight Project, the leading open source platform for programmable, software-defined networks, launched its fifth open Software-Defined Networking (SDN) release, OpenDaylight Boron. Boron is the result of major user-led contributions and engagement, with significant enhancements to Cloud and NFV use-case capabilities, as well as to performance and tooling to simplify management of a range of use cases.


OpenDaylight’s fifth release saw an unprecedented level of engagement from users directly within the development process. More than half of the new projects proposed came from user organizations, among them NetIDE, which faciliates interoperability between open source SDN controllers: apps written to Ryu/Floodlight/Pyretic controllers can now be run on OpenDaylight-managed infrastructure.


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News date: 
Wednesday, 21 September, 2016 - 10:15