Experimenting with NETCONF connector in OpenDaylight

July 29, 2015 by opendaylight 1 Comment

On the southbound, OpenDaylight has support for both NETCONF and OpenFlow for managing underlying devices. This allows your applications to manage both traditional devices with in-built control planes and the OpenFlow-enabled devices with decoupled control planes. End-to-end control and orchestration is, thus, easily achieved using […]

Experimenting with ONOS clustering

February 9, 2015 by onos 3 Comments

ONOS, Open Network Operating System, is a newly released open-source SDN controller that is focused on service provider use-cases. Similar to OpenDaylight, the platform is written in Java and uses Karaf/OSGi for functionality management. Recently we experimented with this controller platform and put together a […]

Docker Networking

November 19, 2014 by tutorials 1 Comment

Recently we fiddled with several of the network settings in native Docker and put together a survey presentation. It feels fascinating to realize that overlay networking is being revisited once again in the context of containers/Docker. For those not familar with Docker, it is sufficient […]

Opendaylight Development with Eclipse and Toolkit

May 2, 2014 by opendaylight No Comments

This tutorial requires Opendaylight Toolkit – please ensure you have Toolkit set up and your controller running.Before proceeding, please ensure you have Eclipse 3.9. Though these steps work in Eclipse 3.8, there seem to be occasional errors with directory paths. Additionally, you will need the […]

Opendaylight Toolkit: Roll-your-own Opendaylight App

May 1, 2014 by opendaylight 1 Comment

This is a quick introduction to the Opendaylight Toolkit. We will not go over Opendaylight basics here – please refer to our intro tutorial for an overview and intro to Opendaylight. 1. Why Opendaylight Toolkit? Opendaylight is highly modular and highly customizable. However, the existing […]