ONS 2016 brought together the global SDN / NFV ecosystem and open source community to showcase solutions that are transforming networking for service providers, data centers and enterprises and to help developers and architects keep up with the SDN/NFV tools and technologies ready for evaluation and deployment.
The focus of the 2016 event was on enabling the understanding of the open networking landscape and how it advances SDN and NFV through pragmatic use-cases, making ONS the ideal forum for companies to share their thought leadership positions and production innovations in the area of open source networking.
Jeronimo Bezerra, CIARA IT Assistant Director, presented an overview of the AmLight migration to an SDN approach and describe the experience of using ONOS/SDN-IP.
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About Open Network Summit: Created by the founders of SDN, Open Networking Summit (ONS) is the premier technical conference focused on fostering collaboration to address the opportunities, challenges and key developments in the quickly evolving world of SDN, OpenFlow, and NFV. For the past five years, ONS has gathered the leading minds, companies, and other organizations to collaborate on the future of networking, which has increasingly moved towards open source. ONS brings together the networking industry ecosystem of early adopters, end users, disruptive and incumbent vendors, open source projects, leading researchers, business executives and investors to discuss breaking SDN and NFV developments for immediate impact to shape the future of the networking industry.
Software Defined Networking (SDN) is an emerging technology with the potential to revolutionise the way networks are provisioned and managed. SDN offers solutions for improving network flexibility and reducing costs via software-based management and control.