Lumina Adds Support for Nitrogen SR3
Lumina is proud to announce the release of version 7.3.0 of our SDN Controller and Topology Manager products.
This release adds support for Nitrogen SR3, the last OpenDaylight Nitrogen release.
New features and enhancements include:
- Support for OpenDaylight Nitrogen SR3 (Service Release 3). For more information about Opendaylight, refer to OpenDaylight Projects.
- Added functionality for equal role in OpenFlowPlugin. For more information: https://jira.opendaylight.org/browse/OPNFLWPLUG-951
- Added granular config knobs to enable or disable statistics polling for each of the OpenFlow capabilities. For more information: https://jira.opendaylight.org/browse/OPNFLWPLUG-981
Full release notes and documentation can be found here: https://www.luminanetworks.com/doc/lsc/7.3.0/.
Download a free trial of the Lumina SDN Controller with these updates here: https://www.luminanetworks.com/products/sdn-controller/.
About the Lumina SDN Controller
The Lumina SDN Controller powered by OpenDaylight (ODL) provides a common, open platform for service providers or developers, giving direct control over SDN development and implementation. This emerging open source approach helps eliminate vendor lock-in and puts users in charge of their own network evolution. Optional controller-based applications enable specific use cases using the controller’s unique platform capabilities.
The Lumina SDN Controller is a quality-assured edition of the industry-leading OpenDaylight controller. Combined with Lumina’s NetDev Services, providers can implement software-defined networks on their own timeline using an Agile development methodology.
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