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

Word Count: 2,828 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. ...
 

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

Word Count: 86 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 ) ...
 

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

Word Count, 1,411 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. ...
 

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

Word Count: 938 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 ...