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OpenDaylight Mini Summit [clear filter]
Thursday, August 21
 

10:45am

OpenDaylight Developer Roundtable - Moderated by Phil Robb, The Linux Foundation
This developer-driven panel will explore the industry challenges that exist as SDN matures, critical growth needed for the community in year two, roadmap for the Helium release and SDN's potential impact on end users.

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Moderators
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Phil Robb

Senior Technical Director, OpenDaylight
Phil Robb is senior technical director for OpenDaylight, an open source platform for SDN and NFV. Phil is a widely respected expert in the area of open source strategy, business impact, and governance. He is frequently asked to speak at international technology and business events and he has been consulted by policy makers including the European Commission, and the United States Department of Justice as well as numerous high technology trade... Read More →

Speakers
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Mathieu Lemay

President/ CEO, Inocybe Technologies
Mathieu Lemay is CEO of Inocybe Technologies, a company funded in 2005, a SDN pioneer and now specializing in Real World OpenDaylight-based deployment solutions, training and services and CTO of Civimetrix Telecom a company deploying Open Access Networks. Mathieu has more than 20 years of experience in information technology. At the age of 10 he was programming C++, ADA and x86 ASM and then got involved in networking from the early Bulletin Board... Read More →
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Kyle Mestery

Principal Engineer, Cisco
Kyle is a Principal Engineer at Cisco Systems where he works on OpenStack, Open Daylight, and Open vSwitch. He is a core team member of the OpenStack Neutron project and the founder of the Minnesota OpenStack Meetup. Kyle has been writing systems software for more than 15 years. Kyle lives with his wife and family in Minnesota.
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Anees Shaikh

Network Architect, Google
Anees Shaikh is with the network architecture group in Google's Technical Infrastructure division. Prior to joining Google, he was the Chief SDN Architect in IBM System Networking where he was responsible for IBM's software-defined networking product architecture and technical strategy, including leading IBM’s open source networking engagements, in particular OpenDaylight and OpenStack.
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Ed Warnicke

Cisco Systems
Ed has been working for over a decade in many areas of networking and Open Source. He has been a member of the OpenDaylight TSC since its inception, is a prolific contributor of code to multiple ODL projects and is the TSC Chair at fd.io. Ed Warnicke is a Principal Engineer in the CTAO group at Cisco Systems. He has a masters in Physics (String Theory) from Rutgers University.


Thursday August 21, 2014 10:45am - 11:35am
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11:45am

Extending SDN Beyond the Control Plane - Anees Shaikh, Google
Software-defined networking is most often associated with centralization, visibility, and programmability of previously rigid and proprietary network control planes. The industry has made great progress in the last few years on opening up the control plane through the OpenFlow protocol, efforts to standardize user-facing network programming APIs, and organizations such as ONF and OpenDaylight which aim to promote standards and open SDN controller implementations, respectively.
Despite this progress, and the general recognition of SDN (in some form) as the future of networking, some parts of networking risk being left behind, most notably network management and configuration. SDN holds great promise once it is up and running in the data center or WAN, but the state-of-the-art in network management remains relegated to proprietary device interfaces (e.g., CLIs), imperative, incremental configuration, and a variety of ad-hoc representations of the network that make interoperability or cross-domain network policies challenging, if not impossible, to implement.
In this talk we propose a framework for network configuration guided by software-defined networking principles, with a focus on developing common models of network devices, and common languages to describe network structure and policies.  These models and languages are not useful unless there is a community of users and vendors to drive their definition, implementation, and usage.  Hence, we hope to interest the OpenDaylight community in participating in this effort since there are a number of analogs to the SDN controller platform, for example using models to describe device interactions, and an abstract representation of the network that encourages re-use across multiple southbound protocols.

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Anees Shaikh

Network Architect, Google
Anees Shaikh is with the network architecture group in Google's Technical Infrastructure division. Prior to joining Google, he was the Chief SDN Architect in IBM System Networking where he was responsible for IBM's software-defined networking product architecture and technical strategy, including leading IBM’s open source networking engagements, in particular OpenDaylight and OpenStack.


Thursday August 21, 2014 11:45am - 12:35pm
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2:30pm

Hands-on with OpenDaylight's Apache Karaf- based Distribution - Matheiu Lemay, Inocybe Technologies
As the number of projects increase in OpenDaylight, it becomes more diffcult to create appropriate release editions. As such the Apache Karaf distribution provides end-users and developers with the ability to choose which core features or add-on they wish to have in their OpenDaylight installation using both command-line or the DLUX user interface.
Moreover, this hands-on tutorial will start from operational basics on how to work with a karaf-based distribution of OpenDaylight as an end-user to a more detailed developper session that shows the tips & tricks on how to develop based on that distribution.
This hands-on tutorial should have two parts: Part I – Using Apache Karaf-based OpenDaylight distributions, Part II – Developping against Apache Karaf-based OpenDaylight distributions.

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Speakers
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Mathieu Lemay

President/ CEO, Inocybe Technologies
Mathieu Lemay is CEO of Inocybe Technologies, a company funded in 2005, a SDN pioneer and now specializing in Real World OpenDaylight-based deployment solutions, training and services and CTO of Civimetrix Telecom a company deploying Open Access Networks. Mathieu has more than 20 years of experience in information technology. At the age of 10 he was programming C++, ADA and x86 ASM and then got involved in networking from the early Bulletin Board... Read More →


Thursday August 21, 2014 2:30pm - 3:20pm
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3:30pm

OpenDaylight Performance - Daniel Farrell, Red Hat
This talk will cover what we currently know about OpenDaylight performance, as well as the ongoing efforts to better characterize ODL’s performance and subsequently improve it. Participants will walk away with a solid understanding of the automated CBench regression test being developed by the Integration team, the performance­related discoveries it has yielded and the performance TODOs that need developer attention.

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Daniel Farrell

Software Engineer, Red Hat SDN Team
Daniel Farrell is a Software Engineer on Red Hat’s SDN Team, where he contributes to upstream OpenDaylight and OPNFV. He has been involved in SDN’s development since it emerged from Stanford, including early OpenFlow and OpenStack work. During ODL’s Helium release cycle he bootstrapped ODL’s performance efforts. In Lithium, he focused on building ODL’s upstream delivery pipeline, including RPMs, Vagrant base boxes, containers, an... Read More →


Thursday August 21, 2014 3:30pm - 4:20pm
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4:30pm

Updating OpenDaylight's HostTracker - Evan Zeller, University of Kentucky
As the model driven SAL becomes more central to the infrastructure of OpenDaylight, a group of interns and developers have been working on bringing the way we track addresses and hosts up to date. We'll talk about the progress we've made, my experience as an intern at OpenDaylight, and open up the floor for Q&A.

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Evan Zeller

Student/ Intern, Brocade
Evan Zeller is a senior Computer Science student at the University of Kentucky and OpenDaylight is his first experience with Open Source software, as well as first experience writing real world code. He's been interested in networks since he was in high school, and now is very excited to be working with those right at the center of the industry and laying the groundwork for the future.


Thursday August 21, 2014 4:30pm - 5:20pm
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