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Intel Is Working On A Linux Networking Stack For Small Systems

For supporting Linux networking on very small embedded systems like the Intel Quark, developers at Intel are working on a lightweight networking stack to fit on such systems...

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OpenDaylight Developer Spotlight: David Goldberg

 David Goldberg is ConteXtream's lead software engineer and was the first software developer to join the next generation SDN product team. David is also leading ConteXtream’s contribution to the OpenDaylight project and  is one of the top commiters to the LISP Flow Mapping project.

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Updated DevStack OpenDaylight VM Image for OpenStack IceHouse

Here is an updated Fedora 20 image for building OpenStack Icehouse and OpenDaylight. ODL is now merged into the upcoming OpenStack Icehouse release so now you can install ODL from OpenStack trunk. The updated image comes from Kyle Mestery who was primarily responsible for getting the OpenStack merge and everything...

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Top 5 OpenDaylight Video Tutorials for Developers

Want to dig in to OpenDaylight but not sure where to start? Here’s a list of the top five OpenDaylight videos for developers including hands-on tutorials, overviews and some of the most popular resources for those looking to get involved with the OpenDaylight community or contribute code.

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“Open Network Linux” Could Boost Viability of Bare Metal Switches

The Facebook-led Open Compute Project has spent the past year building an “open” switch that can boot nearly any type of networking software, giving customers more alternatives to proprietary switch vendors like Cisco. Intel, Broadcom, Mellanox, and Cumulus Networks jumped on board last November, contributing specifications and software that will bring the project closer to a finished design. They weren’t alone, though: Software-defined networking vendor Big Switch Networks in January donated...

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