OpenMUL SDN Controller
OpenMUL Controller provides a base controller platform for everything SDN/Openflow. It is a lightweight SDN/Openflow controller written almost entirely in C (from scratch) and provides a very stable platform with top performance in terms of flow handling (download rate and latency). It is designed for performance, reliability and availability which is the need of the hour for deployment of SDN in mission-critical networks. It is also highly flexible, modular and easy to learn. If you are looking for a blazing fast and robust SDN platform, here is what you have been missing. Mul means “base or root” in Sanskrit. Mul is pronounced “mool” as in “school”.
OpenMUL provides multi-level and multi-language APIs to support different application needs. The `C` language bindings can be used for performance and latency sensitive apps while RESTful APIs can be used by web apps. It can control network devices supporting Openflow, OVSDB as well as Netconf.
Following are the major components of OpenMUL controller:
1) Mul director/core
2) Mul infrastructure services
3) MuL system apps
PRISM – http://www.openmul.org/prism-sdn-router.html
|Platforms (OS)||Linux, BSD/UNIX|
OpenMUL Architecture Whitepapers :
Independent Research Papers involving OpenMUL:
|Documentation||OpenMUL Doc Center|
|Discussion||OpenMUL Mailing List|
|Support||OpenMUL Issue Tracker|
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