Boron (B) is the fifth release of OpenDaylight (ODL), the leading open source platform for programmable, software-defined networks.
OpenDaylight has become the de facto platform for service providers and enterprises making the transition to SDN. Learn more about how OpenDaylight is being used in different kinds of organizations here.
With the Boron release, OpenDaylight marks a new milestone in technology and community maturity. Boron is the result of significant collaboration between users, network equipment vendors, and the growing ecosystem of systems integrators and application developers building OpenDaylight-based solutions for unique use cases and user requirements. Building on their deployment experiences and experimentation, several leading user organizations have invested their own resources into the OpenDaylight developer community, originating more than half of the new projects proposed for Boron.
Boron 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. New operational tooling, enhanced performance and improved documentation round out the improved deployment experience. Boron also 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.
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