March 2, 2016

OPNFV Promises More Powerful Platform

With its second software release, named for the Indian river Brahmaputra, the OPNFV is flexing its muscle as an organization, showing off not only more robust capability for testing NFV use cases and functionality but also key feature enhancements. The biggest takeaway, however, is a more robust platform that can take in the work of diverse upstream groups in the virtualization space and a much larger development community, moving forward more quickly.

Those key features include such things as the ability to spin up and configure Layer 3 virtual private networks, support for IPv6 and its testing, and initial service function chaining using OpenDaylight's Beryllium SDN controller.

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