OpenDaylight is being used around the globe in many ways, by telcos, enterprises, research and academic institutions, and more. Here we’re cataloguing the different ways our open SDN platform is being used so you can get inspired. If you have a case study to share, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alibaba Group is a leading global e-commerce company that provides web sales to consumers and businesses (Alibaba), electronic payment services (Alipay), a shopping search engine (AliCloud Search) and data-centric cloud computing services (Aliyun). Their technology infrastructure and marketing reach helps businesses leverage the power of the Internet to establish an online presence and conduct commerce with hundreds of millions of consumers and other businesses. Alibaba’s cloud network infrastructure must support this growing range of services and meet fluctuating consumer and business demands.Visit
Yesterday at an event in San Jose Margaret Chiosi, distinguished network architect at AT&T Labs, shared what they’re doing with SDN and NFV on the path to Domain 2.0. Craig Matsumoto of SDxCentral writes, “AT&T has been developing its own global controller, using OpenDaylight as its framework.Visit
Collaborative R&D project co-funded under the ICT theme of HORIZON 2020 Research Programme of the European Union. €3.6 million consortium tasked with enabling federated cloud networking
First up is a look at CableLabs, a non-profit research and development consortium dedicated to creating innovative ideas that significantly impact the business of its members–comprised of major cable operators worldwide. They are prototyping a number of SDN and NFV use cases to help define interoperable solutions among their members and technology suppliers in order to drive scale, reduce costs, and create competition in the supply chain.Visit
The high energy physics team at California Institute of Technology (Caltech) are part of a vast global network of researchers who are performing experiments with the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN in Switzerland and France – the world’s biggest machine – to make new discoveries about how our universe evolves, and they’re using Linux and open source software.Visit
China Mobile Communications Corporation (CMCC) is one of the world’s largest telecommunications service providers in terms of network scale, customer base and market value. At the end of 2014 CMCC had over 800 million subscribers, operated in over 2.2 million base stations and covered 99 percent of the population in the People’s Republic of China.Visit
Comcast joined the OpenDaylight Project today and we wanted to share how we’ve been using the OpenDaylight platform and how it fits into our long-term network direction. We have been testing ODL since the project launched to see where it might fit in and have been impressed by the improvements in functionality and stability with each successive release.Visit
When Cornell University designed the network for their new Computer and Information Sciences (CIS) facility, they knew from the onset that legacy technologies would not meet their goals and innovative vision for the future. The recently completed Bill and Melinda Gates hall was designed to serve as much more than a building, and is seen as an embodiment of the vision for the CIS program.Visit
GEANT is introducing SDN capabilities in the backbone with a Bandwidth on Demand (BoD) service. This service uses their DynPaC Framework, which offers dynamic and adaptive traffic engineering using path computation elements. DynPaC provides efficient use of network capacity, resiliency for link failures with quick recovery times, reduction of the operational costs of service management, and improved network monitoring by gathering and immediately acting on real-time information.Visit
Globo.com, a company in Brazil-based Grupo Globo, provides internet-related services and platforms to the group’s companies. The scale of the network required to support their internal cloud has led Globo.com to innovate aggressively in their network. Globo.com chose OpenDaylight as their main SDN controller since it has a large open source community behind it, good documentation, and well-defined interfaces for users and services.Visit
Founded in 1981, KT Corporation (formerly known as Korea Telecom) is the largest provider of telecommunications services in South Korea, offering wireline telephony, high-speed Internet access and wireless services. As a leading provider of nation-wide carrier WAN services, it looked to the OpenDaylight SDN platform to create and deploy a new, highly flexible and scalable Transport SDN (T-SDN) WAN network.Visit
We at Orange have a long history of participating and contributing to open source communities and have been a leading supporter of open standards. As one of the largest global telecommunication operators, we provide a comprehensive range of fixed and mobile services to over 247 million customers in 29 countries. Since the launch of OpenDaylight in 2013 Orange has been an active participant in the community. Orange is a founding member of OPNFV, ONAP and a Platinum member of LFN.Visit
Furthermore, the open-source OpenDaylight feature lighty.io furthers its capabilities, with improvements and new features as well.
PANTHEON.tech developers lead the number of contributions in the OpenDaylight codebase. Since the early stages of development, PANTHEON.tech engineers have driven the direction of dozens of OpenDaylight projects.
Furthermore, the open-source OpenDaylight feature lighty.io furthers its capabilities, with improvements and new features as well.Visit
Leading service provider chose OpenDaylight for its flexibility and range of potential use cases. Its first phase of deployment enables CDN traffic optimization capability that improves customer experience and reduces data transport costs.Visit
OpenDaylight recently started a new User Advisory Group to help bring insights from network operators more directly to the developer community. The OpenDaylight (ODL) team invited me to become a founding member in this group, and I am honored for the opportunity to participate and help bring the insights that Telefónica has had using ODL to share with the community so they understand our key successes and challenges.Visit
Telstra’s PEN Platform empowers you to build on demand high-performance networks with the flexibility and scalability you need to bridge hybrid cloud deployments. Cost-effective and reliable, PEN is pioneering the way with Software-Defined Networking (SDN) globally to enable your business to self-provision dynamic network services.Visit
Tencent is one of the world’s largest internet companies, focused on social networking and gaming, has over 500M monthly active accounts for its WeChat and QQ messaging apps and is generating in excess of $13B per year in revenue. Tencent’s scale is extreme in every way – and it is therefore not surprising that they are at the forefront of innovation with regards to enterprise networking.
ODL is Verizon’s foundational and directional SDN controller with 2 use cases in production across the network.
After initial work exploring OpenDaylight (ODL), Verizon decided to pull the testing, packaging, support in-house and create their own optimized ODL distribution. ODL is Verizon’s foundational and directional SDN controller with 2 use cases in production across the network. Verizon brings a strong developer team to the project with several employees directly participating in ODL on eleven projects. Currently, Verizon is using Yang model driven platform solutions and wants to integrate different types of data modeling technology, Open APIs, rest platforms, and more. Future integration will include different types of data modeling technology, Open APIs, rest platforms, and moreVisit