Open Network Operating System (ONOS)
ONOS is building a better network.
The Open Network Operating System (ONOS) is a software defined networking (SDN) OS for service providers that has scalability, high availability, high performance and abstractions to make it easy to create apps and services. The platform is based on a solid architecture and has quickly matured to be feature rich and production ready. The community has grown to include over 50 partners and collaborators that contribute to all aspects of the project including interesting use cases such as CORD.
The ONOS project was formed to pursue our vision of what networking could be for the public good.
Networks have become a very critical infrastructure for the society. However, they are currently closed, proprietary, complex, operationally expensive, inflexible – in a nutshell, they impede innovation and progress rather than enabling them.
We have a vision of what networking could be through the promise of Software Defined Networking (SDN). SDN separates the control plane from the data plane freeing software innovation cycles to become independent of hardware innovation cycles. SDN accelerates Internet and Cloud innovation while significantly reducing the costs of building and operating networks.
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