Latest Blog Post

OpenDaylight RPC & implementation

What Could Possibly Go Wrong With Adding This One Cool Feature OpenDaylight uses YANG as its Interface Definition Language. This is an architecture decision we have made way back in 2013 and it works reasonably well for the most part. One of YANG concepts, used rather heavily, is the use of RPC. For YANG and […]

ngPoland and beyond

In late November 2016 we visited one of the world’s biggest Angular conferences – ngPoland. Just two months before, Angular2 had been released, so all the sessions were more or less discussing it. The first session was focused at Angular CLI. Tracy Lee showed us how to make a simple application and put it into […]

Sysrepo at IETF 96 Hackathon in Berlin

Sysrepo, an open source project developed by several partners including Pantheon Technologies, participated at the IETF 96 Hackathon in Berlin, held from July 16th to July 17th, 2016. The IETF Hackathon is all about promoting the collaborative spirit of open source development and integrating it into IETF standards. The Sysrepo project provides a framework that […]

OpenDaylight @ OpenSource Weekend 2016

Open source has a long history in Slovakia, reaching back to late nineties, when the community was organized around Slovak Linux Users Group (SK-LUG). They were quite successful in their Linux Weekends, gathering a followership of young enthusiasts, mostly college students. As this generation grew up and became engaged in everyday life, these gatherings have fizzled, with no apparent […]

Latest News

Nothing Found

Sorry, no posts matched your criteria