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OpenDaylight Summit to Highlight Open Source SDN

If having your own conference means you've made it as a software project, the developers of OpenDaylight, the open source software-defined networking (SDN) platform, will be celebrating next month. On Feb. 4-5, the inaugral OpenDaylight Summit will take place in Santa Clara, Calif., highlighting the significant backing that the collaborative software project enjoys as SDN becomes an increasingly important part of enterprise computing.

The Summit's program reflects the current state of OpenDaylight, and SDN in general, as a technology that is still in the development and adoption phase. Many of the sessions will focus on the how-to of deploying OpenDaylight, as well as predicting where it is headed in the future.

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