The inaugural OpenDaylight Summit this week has attracted about 550 people, with more turned away at the door, and there seems to be a lot of excitement in the hallways about what the OpenDaylight Project might be able to accomplish.
Here what’s been going on at the conference, from our perspective. We’ll be adding to the list as more stories get posted. And do feel free to let us know what we’ve missed.
- “Stalking SDN’s Elusive Northbound Interface” … A panel session offers insights on how hard it will be to standardize a northbound API.
- “IBM Keeps SDN VE and Infuses It With OpenDaylight” … So much for that $1 billion sale.
- “OpenDaylight SDN Reaches Ignition With Hydrogen” … A breakdown of the Hydogen release, which went live Tuesday.
We’re carrying the live webcasts of the keynotes, including the Wednesday afternoon sessions, which start at 3:50 p.m. PST. Find out more here.
The Summit will archive the keynote videos online; we’ll provide the link here when they’re available.
The Summit is also posting slides from many of the talks. They’re available at http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/opendaylight-summit/program/slides.
They’ve also posted photos. So many photos.