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Check out the lineup of community demos happening in the LF Networking Booth at the Open Networking Summit Event, April 3-5 in San Jose, CA.

Community Demos at ONS to Highlight LFN Project Harmonization and More

A little more than one year since LF Networking (LFN) came together, the project continues to demonstrate strategic growth, with Telstra coming on in November, and the umbrella project representing ~70% of the world’s mobile subscribers. Working side by side with service providers in the technical...
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Arpit Joshipura
The standard registration price for Open Networking Summit ends March 17, so hurry and register today! Also be sure to check out the Day Passes and Hall Passes available.

ONS Evolution: Cloud, Edge, and Technical Content for Carriers and Enterprise

The first Open Networking Summit was held in October 2011 at Stanford University and described as “a premier event about OpenFlow and Software-Defined Networking (SDN)”. Here we are seven and half years later and I’m constantly amazed at both how far we’ve come since then, and at how quickly a...
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The Calico Cloud

You know what’s one of the real pains of cloud and container based computing? Networking. Workloads on a cloud come and go faster than you can read this story. Connecting those workloads, especially when they become even more ephemeral containers, is not easy. That’s where the open-source Software...
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A. Joshipura
LF Networking became a catalyst for the telecom industry by creating an umbrella project under which various players can contribute and enrich the technologies involved.

The Telecom Industry Has Moved to Open Source

The telecom industry is at the heart of the fourth industrial revolution. Whether it’s connected IoT devices or mobile entertainment, the modern economy runs on the Internet. However, the backbone of networking has been running on legacy technologies. Some telecom companies are centuries old, and...
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Faucet: An Open Source SDN Controller for High-Speed Production Networks

Open standards such as OpenFlow and P4 promised to improve the landscape by opening access to these devices via a programmable API, but they still require someone to write a controller to re-implement normal switch functionality, such as forwarding and routing, in a multi-vendor, standards-...
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Learn about the principles required to achieve a successful industry pivot to open source.

Industry-Scale Collaboration at The Linux Foundation

Linux and open source have changed the computer industry (among many others) forever.  Today, there are tens of millions of open source projects. A valid question is “Why?” How can it possibly make sense to hire developers that work on code that is given away for free to anyone who cares to take it...
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Ubuntu Fan Aims to Simplify Container Networking

Most people will think of Ubuntu as primarily a Linux server and cloud technology effort. Ubuntu also has some networking capabilities that it develops on its own including the Fan container networking project. There are multiple open source SDN efforts in the market today that more well known than...
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The Future of Networking: Open Source Networking Is the 'New Norm'

Open source networking has become the 'new norm,' and many at the recent Open Networking Summit Europe said they’re seeing it play out in the industry. If you weren’t in Amsterdam for Open Networking Summit Europe 2018, you missed an extremely exciting conference This Linux Foundation event drew...
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Survey Shows Service Provider Confidence in Open Source, SDN

The Linux Foundation published results of an industry survey that revealed strong confidence among communication services providers (CSPs) in open source networking, and software-defined networking (SDN) in particular. The foundation announced the results during the Open Networking Summit Europe in...
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Finding IT Professionals With SDN Skills Remains a Struggle

With any major technology transition there is a gap between the time when the innovation is created and when there is a critical mass of IT professionals available with training and knowledge on how to deploy that state-of-the-art technology. Although software-defined networking (SDN) and network...
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