2020 Vision Executive Summit – PANTHEON.tech Insights

I was sent to Lisbon by PANTHEON.tech, in order to attend the annual 2020 Vision Executive Summit. Here are my experiences and insights into this event. The 2020 Vision Executive Summit, presented by Light Reading, was focused mainly on the pending revolution of 5G networks, automation, Edge Computing, IoT, security, etc. It hosts a variety […]

PANTHEON.tech is the 2nd largest OpenDaylight contributor for Q3/2018

In the last week of November 2018, Bitergia, a software development analytics company, published a report on the past and current status of the OpenDaylight project, which plays a significant role in PANTHEON.tech’s offerings and solutions. PANTHEON.tech’s CTO Robert Varga, is leading the list of per-user-contributions to the source code of OpenDaylight, with over 980 […]

HUAWEI CONNECT 2018 insights

PANTHEON.tech visited Shanghai last week to attend the third annual Huawei Connect event ¹. Let us share some insights from the event. This year’s theme was Activate Intelligence and Huawei outlined its broad strategy to bring artificial intelligence (AI) to the masses in applications in manufacturing, autonomous driving, smart cities, IoT and other areas which will enable billions of new devices to […]

Frinx’s UniConfig is now powered by PANTHEON.tech’s lighty.io

lighty.io enables a major OpenDaylight distribution vendor to build and deploy their applications faster. lighty.io is an SDK that provides components for the development of SDN controllers and applications based on well-established standards in the networking industry. It takes advantage of PANTHEON.tech’s extensive experience from the involvement in the OpenDaylight platform and simplifies and speeds up the […]

lighty.io powers datacenter management at kaloom.com

Complete automation and full forwarding plane programmability Private data centers are the hot topic for companies and enterprises who are not willing to push all the data into public clouds. Kaloom Software Defined Fabric™ (Kaloom SDF) is the world’s first fully programmable, automated, software-based data center fabric capable of running VNFs efficiently at scale. This is the first […]

lighty.io runs 5G on xRAN

In April 2018, the xRAN forum released ‘Open Fronthaul Interface Specification’. The first specification made publicly available from xRAN since its launch in October 2016. The released specification has allowed a wide range of vendors to develop innovative, best-of-breed remote radio unit/head (RRU/RRH) for a wide range of deployment scenarios, which can be easily integrated with virtualized infrastructure […]

lighty.io in Data Center Management

The advantages of deploying lighty.io in Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) The DCIM market is continuing to evolve and large enterprises continue to be the primary adopters of new DCIM software solutions. The goal of a DCIM software initiative is to provide administrators the ability to identify, locate, visualize, and manage all physical data center […]

lighty.io UI: Network Topology Visualization Component

lighty.io UI: Network Topology Visualization Component Pantheon.tech had developed a network topology visualization component to be used to develop a responsive and scalable front-end network topology visualization application on top of the lighty.io. The topology visualization component enables you to visualize any topology on any device with a web browser. It will also be included […]

How lighty.io can speed up the 5G connectivity deployment!

lighty.io is a Software Development Kit (SDK) which provides components for the development of Software Defined Networking (SDN) controllers, based on commonly used standards in the networking industry. We have used our experience from the OpenDaylight (ODL) to create lighty.io, which will empower you to simply develop, integrate and deploy a tailored SDN controller. An […]

PANTHEONtech at Open Networking Summit (ONS) 2018

PANTHEONtech had a unique opportunity to participate on Open Networking Summit (ONS) 2018 this year. Central topic of the ONS 2018 was data center solutions: ONAP and Kubernetes based systems. Also few new projects under the wings of Linux Foundation were introduced. For example “Acumos AI“, “Arkaino Edge stack” and DANOS (Disaggregated Network Operating System […]

PyCon SK 2018

Thanks to PANTHEON.tech, I had an opportunity to attend PyCon SK conference that took place on March 9 – 11, 2018 in Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies of Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava. Its intent was to promote Python, spread open source technologies and open source ideas. Speakers were professionals from various areas of […]

Yangtools-2.0.1 is out and integrated in OpenDaylight Oxygen

OpenDaylight’s YANG Tools project, nick-named yangtools, forms the bottom-most layer of OpenDaylight as an application platform. It defines and implements interfaces for modeling, storing and transforming data modeled in RFC7950, a.k.a. YANG 1.1 — such as a YANG parser and compiler. Pantheon engineers started yangtools some 5 years ago, originally supporting RFC6020, going through a […]

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PANTHEON.tech joins slovensko.digital

Since 2015, slovensko.digital (Slovensko stands for Slovakia in Slovak) has been advocating for better electronic services provided by the Slovak state, monitoring inefficient spending of public funds on digital projects and fighting for improving the solutions provided by the government. The association also provides consulting: know-how and analytical capacities, assisting the government and public administration […]

PMD-85 and Personal Computing in 1980s Czechoslovakia

At the end of November 2017, a very special talk took place at Banská Bystrica’s Matej Bel University. Within the broader “Extrapolations and the Scientific Colloquium” program, a lecture featuring the legend of Czechoslovak computing, Roman Kišš, took place. Why is he a legend and why was it a must for me to see him […]

KubeCon 2017, Austin

KubeCon & CloudNativeCon 2017, Austin

At the beginning of December 2017, we attended the KubeCon & CloudNativeCon 2017 conference in Austin, Texas. The conference, organized by the Linux foundation, brought together leading contributors in cloud native applications and computing, containers, microservices, central orchestration processing and related projects. More than four thousands developers, together with other people interested in cloud-native technologies, […]

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ONUG Fall 2017

Open Networking User Group, New York, USA, October 17 – 18, 2017 ONUG belongs to the group of conferences rather smaller in size, but surely not in importance. This year it took place in New York. The Big Apple is a truly interesting place and so was the conference. This event was a combination of […]

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SDN NFV World Congress: Intent-based Networking Still not in Sight

This year, our colleagues from Pantheon Technologies visited quite a couple of tech events around the globe. Among them, the SDN NFV World Congress, taking place in The Hague, was one we definitely couldn’t have missed. As one of the largest conferences focused at network transformation, it attracted more than 1700 visitors from companies all […]

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Quick Carbon Cluster Setup in Amazon Cloud

Have you ever needed to setup an SDN controller cluster? Did you do it manually? Did it not take too long? No worries – since we’ve got you covered from now on, you can automate your setup using our CloudFormation 3-node cluster template with Pantheon Technologies’ Carbon SDN controller. The recipe is quite straightforward. Use […]

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Ready to Discuss Automation, Data & Networks in Moscow?

Already on October 25, 2017, a very special event will be taking place in Moscow: CIS Event Group’s BIS 2017 / Around Networks, Around Automation, Industry 4.0. If we had to pick one single event focused on modern engineering infrastructure where we could meet our friends, peers and clients from Russia and the neighboring countries, this […]

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Sponsoring the SDN NFV World Congress Confirmed

In mid-October, the SDN NFV World Congress will dominate Europe’s IT landscape. Taking place in Netherlands’ Hague, the event is Europe’s largest dedicated forum addressing the growing markets of software-defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV). Naturally, this is the type of event we at Pantheon Technologies gravitate towards sponsoring. Long story short, we’re […]

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OpenDaylight Developer Design Forum 2017: Nitrogen

On a regular basis, OpenDaylight (ODL) developers meet in order to discuss their ideas as well as plans for upcoming releases. Pantheon Technologies’ Robert Varga and Vratko Polak have joined this year’s gathering. Vratko’s account of the event follows. Brief introduction to ODL OpenDaylight is an open source project aimed at supporting Software Defined Networking, […]

TechXLR8, London

In mid-June, the TechXLR8 multi-genre tech festival took place in London. Although being part of the London Tech Week 2017, it comprised of further eight ‘smaller’ events: 5G World, IoT World Europe, Cloud & DevOps World, Apps World Evolution, VR & AR World, AI & Machine Learning World, Connected Cars & Autonomous Vehicles Europe and […]

GeeCon 2017, Krakow

Every year, Krakow welcomes some of the biggest industry names to talk about Java and everything related. This time, we couldn’t miss it.     May 16th The proverbial long and winding road does exist. It sits between Žilina in northern Slovakia and Polish Krakow. After a couple of hours of tiresome driving, we’ve safely […]

Sponsoring Tokyo’s Automotive Linux Summit

Pantheon Technologies is proud to announce that we’ve become a Silver Sponsor of the Automotive Linux Summit, which will be taking place at Tokyo Conference Center Ariake from May 31 till June 2, 2017. In practice, this means more visibility for our brand plus a lot of networking potential. Which equals great potential for meeting […]

YANG Catalog: Making models work together

With YANG establishing itself as the standard modeling language of choice, the industry hit a speed bump. Although the entire industry develops YANG models, we lack a way to ensure they will work together in order for operators to automate coherent services. The problem was, as the IETF blog elaborates, tackled at Internet Engineering Task Force’s IETF […]

We believe in women in IT

The biggest Python conference in Slovakia, Pycon 2017, is being held during the weekend of March 10 – 12, 2017. We have decided to grant sponsorship to a one-day workshop called Django Girls. The project believes in women’s potential in IT and since the co-owner of Pantheon Technologies, Janka Švorcová, is a woman, we considered […]

Your Time is Now

12,000 registered visitors at place – 14,000 connected devices – 25,000 registered online visitors – 29,374,360 words presented in sessions – 67,000 meals packed for Rise Against Hunger (17,000 more than planned!) – 2,713 customer and partner meetings in the Meeting Village – 31,000,000 people have seen the CLEUR (Cisco Live Europe) content – This […]

OPNFV Fast Data Stack on FOSDEM 2017

On February 5th, we presented the OPNFV Fast Data Stack on FOSDEM conference that is hosted every year at Brussels’ Université libre de Bruxelles. It was a great gathering of software developers who presented their work in the form of 30-minute presentation. People came not just from Europe, but also oversees and other parts of […]

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 […]

Topology processin framework for OpenDaylight made by Pantheon Technologies

Topology Processing Framework

Topology Processing Framework is a project in OpenDaylight, developed by Pantheon Technologies. The framework provides advanced topology-related functionality for other components and applications. Let’s take a closer look at Topology Processing Framework functionality in video presentation, made for SDN & OpenFlow World Congress in Düsseldorf, Germany.