February 22, 2016

OpenDaylight Issues Fourth SDN Release

The OpenDaylight Project this week unveiled its fourth open source SDN platform release, which features enhancements in automation, resource optimization, and visibility and control.

OpenDaylight Beryllium improves on the performance, scalability and functionality of the three previous releases â Hydrogen, Helium and Lithium, OpenDaylight officials say. But Beryllium will also includes clustering and high availability, improved data handling, AMQP messaging for transport, abstraction and management extensions, and a new GUI. Beryllium features improved analysis and testing of clustering, where multiple instances of ODL act as one logical controller....

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