OpenDaylight Webinar: Uniting Open Source-Based Cloud Solutions With OpenDaylight
OpenDaylight has become a nexus for open source project integration, creating the new open networking stack. The fifth “Boron” release provides new tooling and documentation to support application developers, as well as greater integration with larger industry frameworks from OPNFV and OpenStack to CORD and Atrium Enterprise. Boron also brings a strong practical focus on two leading types of deployments, with enhancements to cloud and NFV support as well as large-scale network engineering.
In this webinar, we will review market trends in open SDN and cloud networking, with a focus on Boron milestones. In particular, we will focus on the architecture that is being developed across the OpenStack and OpenDaylight project to enable OpenStack service function chaining support in OpenDaylight controller.
Join OpenDaylight and SDxCentral on October 21st at 10:00am PT to learn about the architecture that is being developed across the OpenStack and OpenDaylight project.
If you can’t make it to the live event, register anyways. SDxCentral will let you know when the on-demand recording is available.
About The Presenters
Brocade, Distinguished Engineer
Colin Dixon is the Chair of OpenDaylight’s Technical Steering Committee and a Distinguished Engineer at Brocade. In both roles, he focuses on leveraging open source software to build innovative networking solutions. Beyond that, he is active in open standards bodies including the Open Networking Foundation, where he has won two outstanding technical contributor awards for his contributions to Table Type Patterns that support using OpenFlow with diverse hardware. Colin is also a researcher focusing on distributed systems, networking, operating systems and security with over a dozen published academic papers. He holds a PhD in networking and distributed systems from the University of Washington.
Lisa Caywood (@RealLisaC)
OpenDaylight Project, Director of Ecosystem Development
Lisa is responsible for building a strong community of support for the OpenDaylight project by bringing together developers, users, IT services providers and members to build, promote and implement innovative and relevant open-source SDN solutions.
Lisa has been involved with the SDN movement since 2011 and with the OpenDaylight Project as an employee of Brocade, a founding member, since 2013. At Brocade, she initiated outbound marketing for the company’s SDN strategy, and launched the company’s OpenDaylight-based controller. Prior to Brocade, she served in a variety of data center and security marketing roles at Cisco, with previous experience in the enterprise software and semiconductor sectors. Lisa holds a B.A. in Asian Studies and English from Tufts University; her senior thesis focused on the role of the technology industry in the political economies of mainland China (PRC) and Taiwan (ROC).