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OpenDaylight: Open Source Programming to the Software-Defined Network

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If you follow networking vendors, you know they get along with one another about as well as a dog whose tail has just been pulled and a cat who’s had a bucket of water dumped on him. That’s why it was more than a little surprising when the Linux Foundation managed to get Brocade, Cisco, Juniper, and many other network powers on the same page when it came to software-defined networking (SDN). More surprising still, it got them to work on SDN together in an open source project: OpenDaylight.

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