Enterprise Networking Planet: OpenDaylight Carbon SDN Platform Expands Performance and Scalability

By July 17, 2017In The News

The OpenDaylight Project released its newest milestone today with the official general availability of the new Carbon platform.

Carbon is the sixth major release from OpenDaylight and follows the Boron release that debuted in September 2016. OpenDaylight first started in April 2013 as a Linux Foundation Collaborative Project, with the goal of building an open SDN platform.

Phil Robb, Interim Executive Director for OpenDaylight told EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet that from the beginning, OpenDaylight was designed to be a general-purpose development platform for building programmable networks He noted that early releases of OpenDaylight put the core platform in place.