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The Future of Java

Oracle has made headlines and created community uproar when it announced that the Java SE platform will be undergoing major changes. The platform has had an interesting history of release cycles. At first, releases were lead by major features. No new feature meant no release – so new features determined release dates. It took, for […]

PANTHEON.tech @ KubeCon & CloudNative Con 2019

Barcelona is a wonderful city and home of several important conferences, which PANTHOEN.tech attended in the past. Rastislav Szabó & Tomáš Jančiga returned to Barcelona this year, to attend KubeCon & CloudNative Con. With over 7700 participants, KubeCon was a massive event with lots of promising presentations. “KubeCon confirmed, that IT is moving towards cloud-native principles […]

[How-To] Use AWX and Ansible for Automation & SFC in a multi-tenant Edge & DC environment

Ansible is a powerful automation tool, widely used by administrators for the automation of configuration and management of servers. It started being adopted by network engineers as a tool for automation of configuration and management of networking devices (bare metal or virtual). Steps of the specific automated process are implemented as tasks, defined in YAML […]

[lighty.io] BGP Route Reflector

The main goal of this project is to create a Docker container, that can be connected to an existing network and provide route-reflector functionality. We are using OpenDaylight-BGP plugin for this demonstration. What is a BGP route-reflector? The Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is a routing protocol, designed for TCP/IP internets. Since the Internal BGP (IBGP) […]

PANTHEON.tech @ ONS 2019

Our PANTHEON.tech all-star team, comprised of Juraj Veverka, Martin Varga, Róbert Varga & Štefan Kobza visited the Open Networking Summit North America 2019 (ONS), in the sunny town of San Jose, California. In the span of 3 days, keynotes and presentations were held with notable personalities and companies from various network companies & technological giants. “The networking part, was a welcoming mixture of old acquaintances & […]

[PyConSK19] Automated visualization and presentation of test results

PANTHEON.tech’s developer Tibor Frank recently held a presentation at PyConSK19 in Bratislava. Here is his full-length presentation and some notes on top of it. Motivation Patterns, trends, and correlations that might remain undetected in text-based data can be exposed and recognized easier with data visualization. Why do we need to visualize data? Because people like pictures and […]

[lighty.io] OVSDB & OpenFlow Controller

OVSDB and OpenFlow controller based on lighty.io PANTHEON.tech has recently published an example application of an SDN controller, using RESTCONF Northbound module and OVSDB + OpenFlow Southbound modules. In this blog we are going to describe, how to use the SDN controller with an Open vSwitch instance running in OpenStack. Open vSwitch, OVSDB & OpenFlow Open vSwitch is […]

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lighty.io Summer 2019 News

[News] all-lighty.io Summer 2019

It has been a busy summer for PANTHEON.tech & our developers of our leading product lighty.io. For all those interested in new information, here is a round-up of all the examples and demos we have published on our social media. Integrating lighty.io & CCSDK (ONAP) In the last weeks, we are intensively working, together with […]

Match Made In Heaven: Spring Boot & lighty.io

lighty.io brings you full NETCONF/RESTCONF stack for the Spring Boot runtime. Check out our example, which runs core OpenDaylight components integrated into a Springboot application. You are no longer restricted to the cumbersome legacy ODL Karaf runtime. lighty.io makes accessible spring component ecosystem for wide SDN development. Go ahead and enjoy features of ODL ecosystem […]

[Comparison] OpenDaylight Neon SR1 vs. SR2

The development of OpenDaylight Sodium is already producing significant improvements, some of which are finding their way to the upcoming Service Release of Neon. These are the test results for OpenDaylight Neon SR2. We have recorded significant improvements in the following areas: Datastore snapshot-size: ~49% reduction Processing time: ~58% reduction In-memory size: ~25% reduction Object […]

[Release] OpenDaylight Sodium, YANG Tools & MD-SAL

It is no secret, that OpenDaylight is more than a passion project here at PANTHEON.tech. As one of the staples in the SDN revolution, we are also proud that we are one of the largest contributors to the project, with our CTO Robert Varga leading in the number of individual commits. Let us have a […]