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OpenDaylight Nuts & Bolts: First-Time Setup of the LFN DaNOS vRouter

With our hands deep into OpenDaylight, we support the community in many ways - project leadership, upstreaming code, bug fixes, and general Q&A. We regularly field questions from the community...

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OpenDaylight Nuts & Bolts: Common Mistakes Around ODL/LSC Systems

With our hands deep into OpenDaylight, we support the community in many ways - project leadership, upstreaming code, bug fixes, and general Q&A. It’s this last piece we’ve decided to make publicly...

OpenDaylight Nuts & Bolts: Tuning 3node Clusters

With our work deep into OpenDaylight, we support the community in many ways – project leadership, upstreaming code, bug fixes, and general Q&A. It’s this last piece we’ve decided to make publicly...

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OpenDaylight Nuts & Bolts: Tuning JVM for Scale

With our hands deep into OpenDaylight, we support the community in many ways - project leadership, upstreaming code, bug fixes, and general Q&A. It’s this last piece we’ve decided to make publicly...

Open Source 101-Tapping into the Value of Open Source

Open Source 101: Tapping into the Value of Open Source?

In last week’s blog Open Source 101: Why Bother? we highlighted why the service provider community is looking to open source to solve some of their network challenges. This week, we’ll continue...

Open Source 101-Why Bother

Open Source 101: Why Bother?

Not long ago, if you walked into a service provider organization and asked what people thought about open source, you’d get a lot of blank stares. You might run across engineers playing around...

Mastering Agile Development-Debunking the Field of Dreams

Mastering Agile Development: Debunking the Field of Dreams

In my decades-long career as a developer and software architect, I have seen many projects, products, and companies come and go. I have always been struck by a repeated mistake that seems to be...

Mastering Agile Development-Hercules in the Age of Agility

Mastering Agile Development: Hercules in the Age of Agility

I have been in the software development business for well over 25 years and have seen many successful and unsuccessful projects. The past 10 years have been on teams following Agile principles to...

Key Building Blocks of SD-Control-Segment Routing and Path Computation Element

Key Building Blocks of SD-Control: Segment Routing & Path Computation Element

In my previous article earlier this year, I talked about the main components for the Lumina SD-Control (LSC) approach to software-defined networking (SDN), I mentioned that we use segment routing...

Why SDN is about the Legacy Network

Anil Vishnoi, Principal Software Engineer, Lumina Networks