[ OpenDaylight | ODL ] Configuring EVPN on Juniper Devices to Provide Services to Kubernetes

Introduction In today’s blog post, we continue our conversation on Intent-based solutions from a user perspective. From a user perspective, the goal of these solutions is to configure networks using a high-level language. A new feature will soon be released to OpenDaylight (ODL) called NIC upstream. This new feature enables users to configure EVPN services on Juniper ...
 

How to Build an Operational ONAP Amsterdam Lab, using Two Methods: OpenStack Ocata and OPNFV Euphrates – Part 3 of 3

Welcome to the new blog series comprising of ONAP, OPNFV, OpenStack, and the components of Open Networking. This blog (part 3 of 3) is about how we implemented and deployed a working ONAP Amsterdam lab. We deployed ONAP Amsterdam using two methods – one on plain OpenStack Ocata, and one on OPNFV Euphrates. Both these ...
 

The Open Source Networking User Group Bay Area Meetup – May 18th, 2018

It was a pleasure meeting everyone at the Open Source Networking User Group Bay Area Meetup supported by The Linux Foundation Networking on May 18th, 2018. Our Solutions Engineer, Shreyans Desai, and Yrineu Rodrigues, the Lead Project Committer for the OpenDaylight NIC Project, presented on VXLAN EVPN Automation with OpenDaylight ( Networking Intent Composition ) NIC.  In ...
 

Introduction to Serro’s Managed Services

Searching for quality IT professionals in Silicon Valley has become incredibly time consuming and is adversely affecting the fulfillment of many companies IT demands. And managing IT demands without access to the right talent is increasingly difficult and costing more – which comes straight off the bottom line. The growing scarcity of available talent and ...
 

Serro Expands into Southern California – CEO Letter

As the market further accelerates into the automation era, we’re in a notable position where our unique skill set enables our team to grow alongside our various projects. We’re at the heart of Silicon Valley, the epicenter of innovative technological advances.  So our thought process was: why expand into another market when eventually the market comes ...
 

How to Build an Operational ONAP Amsterdam Lab, using Two Methods: OpenStack Ocata and OPNFV Euphrates

Welcome to the new blog series comprising of ONAP, OPNFV, OpenStack, and the components of Open Networking. This blog (part 2 of 3) is about how we implemented and deployed a working ONAP Amsterdam lab. We deployed ONAP Amsterdam using two methods – one on plain OpenStack Ocata, and one on OPNFV Euphrates. Both these ...
 

Building an ONAP Lab – ONAP Amsterdam using OpenStack Ocata and OPNFV Euphrates

Welcome to the new blog series part 1 of 3 comprising of ONAP, OPNFV, OpenStack, and the components of Open Networking. This blog is about building and deploying a working ONAP lab, to test out its components and services. It has been five months in the making – not five months to write these two ...
 

[ ServiceNow ] How to Merge Tickets within ServiceNow

Introduction Have you ever wondered how a feature or backend script that merges incidents/tickets within ServiceNow is done? Often, users open a ticket through an email, then later, follow up (with the same ticket) via another email which results in creating a new ticket in ServiceNow. Visualize this mess, and you will be saddled up with ...