A version of this post was initially published by PANTHEON.tech.
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 count: ~25% reduction
- NodeIdentifier: ~99.9% reduction
- AugmentationIdentifier: ~99.9% reduction
These enhancements will also be present in the future, long-awaited release of Sodium.
Apart from PANTHEON.tech’s position as a top contributing organization to ODL, PANTHEON.tech has always been a strong supporter of the open-source community. This support covers a wide range of developers from local, private open-source development groups to international open-source platforms – such as ONAP, OPNFV or FD.io.
What is OpenDaylight?
OpenDaylight is a collaborative, open-source project, established in 2013. It aims to speed up the adoption of SDN and create a solid foundation for Network Functions Virtualization.
It was founded by global industry leaders, such as Cisco, Ericsson, Intel, IBM, Dell, HP, Red Hat, Microsoft or PANTHEON.tech and open to all.
PANTHEON.tech’s involvement in OpenDaylight goes way back to its beginnings. We have helped lead the way in what an SDN controller is and should aspire to be. This requires dedication, which was proven over the years with an extensive amount of contribution and a successful track record, thanks to our expert developers.