OpenDaylight Helium: Paving the Way for SDN Innovation
SDxCentral’s exclusive webinar will feature the OpenDaylight Project and its latest open source software release, Helium. In this special look, join Executive Director Neela Jacques and Technical Steering Committee Member and Principal Engineer Colin Dixon as they share the aspects of Helium that are helping it pave the way for SDN innovation.
Community-led and industry supported, the OpenDaylight Project is no stranger to open source strategies. Lately, the networking industry has made strides to adopt open source methods as a means to advance SDN. This shift has resulted in over a dozen vendors supplying OpenDaylight Controllers, and highlighting the importance of a shared SDN platform.
Helium will offer 11 new protocols, applications, and technologies, providing with users more flexibility and interoperability for SDN and NFV. Hear from Neela Jacques and Colin Dixon, who will highlight the features of Helium that will help developers and users start testing and managing SDN in production environments. In SDxCentral’s exclusive webinar, expect to learn more about:
- The simpler, customizable installation process of OpenDaylight Helium
- The benefits of using Apache Karaf container
- The redesigned Open vSwitch Database library, plugin and API
- A preview of advanced OpenStack Neutron services
- A look at new protocols for OpenFlow and PacketCable MultiMedia
So join SDxCentral, the OpenDaylight Project, Neela Jacques, and Colin Dixon to learn more about OpenDaylight Helium and its new elements. Watch the full webinar, or take a look at these additional resources:
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