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PANTHEON.tech 2020: A Look Back

Join us in reminiscing and reminding you, what PANTHEON.tech has managed to create, participate in, or inform about in 2020.

Project: CDNF.io

In the first quarter of the year, we have made our latest project, CDNF.io, accessible to the public. Cloud-native functions were long overdue in our portfolio and let me tell you – there are lots of them, ready to be deployed anytime. Check out the list of available CNFs or ask us about them.

We have prepared a series of videos, centered around our CNFs, which you can conveniently view here:

Perhaps you like to read more than hear someone explain things to you? We wrote a few posts on:

Integration Scenarios

Apart from our in-house solutions, we have worked on demonstrating several scenarios with common technologies behind them: ServiceNow® & Cisco’s Network Services Orchestrator.

In terms of ServiceNow®, our posts centered around:

Cisco’s NSO got a nearly all-inclusive treatment, thanks to Samuel Kontriš, with a defacto NSO Guide on:

This includes two videos about the Network Service Orchestrator:

Open-Source Software Releases

We have made several projects available on our GitHub, which we regularly maintain and update. What stole the spotlight was the lighty.io NETCONF Device Simulator & Monitoring Tool, which you can download here.

PANTHEON.tech has also been active in adding new features to existing open-source projects, such as:

lighty.io, our open-source passion project, celebrated its 13th release, which also included a separate post highlighting improvements and changes. 

Thoughts, Opinions & Information

Since we did not want to exclude people who might not be that knowledgable about what we do, we have created a few series on technologies and concepts PANTHEON.tech is engaged in, such as:

We try to listen closely to what Robert Varga, the top-single contributor to the OpenDaylight source-code, has to say about OpenDaylight. That allowed us to publish opinion/informative pieces like:

Step into a new decade

We would like to thank everybody who does their part in working and contributing to projects in PANTHEON.tech, but open-source projects as well. 2020 was challenging, to say the least, but pulling together, makes us stronger – together.

Happy holidays and new years to our colleagues, partners, and readers – from PANTHEON.tech.