OpenDaylight Developer Spotlight: Colin Dixon

Colin Dixon

OpenDaylight is an open source software project focused on advancing Software-Defined Networking (SDN). The Developer Spotlight blog series profiles the people who are contributing to the project.

Get a First Glimpse of OpenDaylight September 18th in New Orleans

The OpenDaylight Project is hosting its first OpenDaylight Mini-Summit on September 18th, 2013 co-located with CloudOpen and LinuxCon in New Orleans. It’s an opportunity to get a first glimpse of the OpenDaylight architecture being built by the community, and to engage developers and project leaders in discussions about implementations, deployments and how to get involved.

OpenDaylight Developer Spotlight: Brent Salisbury


Brent Salisbury

OpenDaylight is an open source software project focused on advancing Software-Defined Networking (SDN). This is the first blog in a series that profiles the people who are contributing to the project.

Brent Salisbury works as a network architect and software hacker with over 15 years of IT experience in large enterprise, healthcare and regional provider networks.

How did you get involved with OpenDaylight? What is your background?

Virtual Tenant Network Technology is Bootstrapped into OpenDaylight

The OpenDaylight Virtual Tenant Network (VTN) has been approved by the Technical Steering Committee (TSC) and has entered the Bootstrap state. This marks another significant increase in functionality for the OpenDaylight Project and reinforces the benefits of a collaborative, open source development model.

Rapid Innovation of Open Source SDN at the OpenDaylight HackFest

We just completed our second OpenDaylight HackFest with 65 developers from over 25 companies coming together to make further progress on the evolving OpenDaylight controller architecture, and to write code.

The First 60 Days

Collaboration Moving Fast on OpenDaylight

Welcome to OpenDaylight

Welcome to The OpenDaylight Project! OpenDaylight will be guided by the best practices of open source, including open and transparent participation and technical meritocracy and we invite you to join us.

Here is an excerpt from our recently released white paper "OpenDaylight - An Open Source Community and Meritocracy for Software- Defined Networking":


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