The Packet Pushers are joined by Brent Salisbury of networkstatic.net for a chat with some of the top brass on the OpenDaylight project’s Technical Steering Committee, Dave Meyer and Inder Gopal. “What’s OpenDaylight?” you ask. Why, it’s a consortium of vendors working together under the Linux Foundation umbrella to make an open source reference framework for software defined networking. This is one of those projects that really matters, and we think everyone who cares about where networking goes next should be keeping track of OpenDaylight.
Dave and Inder were kind enough to spare an hour for us to talk with them about OpenDaylight, what’s really going on with it, why it hasn’t been 100% smooth sailing thus far, how the governance works, whether or not it’s truly open, and oh…you know. Just everything. You’ll weep, you’ll cheer, and hopefully you’ll learn something you didn’t know before. We did.
OpenDaylight Mailing Lists (yes, anyone can join)