OPNFV Unveils Danube Release to Bolster Open Source NFV Adoption

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OPNFV said its fifth platform release brings development and operations methodologies to the NFV space, and is a “turning point” for organization.

The Linux Foundation’s Open Platform for NFV project launched its fourth platform release, dubbed “Danube,” which the organization said provides key architectural components and improvements designed to foster the adoption of network functions virtualization systems.

OPNFV said the platform, which was released at this week’s Open Networking Summit, brings development and operations methodologies to the NFV space through “collaborative upstream development, integration, deployment and significant continuous integration/continuous development testing automation.”

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