Practical Technology

for practical people.

OpenDaylight Project finds industry wants open-source SDN

It’s not too surprising that members of the Linux Foundation’s OpenDaylight Project believe that the networking industry thinks open source is the future for software-defined networking (SDN). After all, OpenDaylight is an industry consortium of technology powers, such as Brocade, Cisco, and Microsoft, devoted to open-sourcing SDN and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV). The Project’s survey was conducted by a third party, Gigaom Research, which found no less than 95 percent of networking professionals want open-source SDN.

OpenDaylight Project finds industry wants open-source SDN. More>

Comments are closed.