OpenDaylight is a open source collaborative project that aims to speed up the development and adoption of Software Defined Networking. In this broadcast, Kyle Mestery and Chris Wright provide a detailed introduction to the project, its goals and the features offered by the current and future releases. OpenDaylight is comprised of a number of components that are given an overview and it has a growing community supporting it, the benefits of which and ways to interact with it are covered too.
You can follow Kyle (@mestery) and Chris (@kernelcdub) on Twitter and find out more about OpenDaylight at http://www.opendaylight.org/ and grab the bits and documentation at http://www.opendaylight.org/software/downloads
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