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

Word Count: 446 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 ...
 

[ OpenDaylight | ODL ] BGPCEP Project As a Solution for Path Computation

Word Count: 467 The topic of today’s blog post is BGPCEP project as a solution for path computation. “BGPCEP project is an effort to bring two south-bound plugins into the controller: one for supporting BGP Linkstate Distribution as a source of L3 topology information, the other one to add support for Path Computation Element Protocol as ...
 

[ OpenDaylight | ODL ] Documentation: Juniper Network’s Ethernet VPN (EVPN) Configuration with Network Intent Composition (NIC)

Word Count: 1,091 The topic of today’s blog post is Juniper’s Ethernet VPN (EVPN) configuration and management within the OpenDaylight (ODL) Network Intent Composition (NIC) project. A major objective of this project is parallel management and configuration of EVPN within a series of Juniper switches and exposed information regarding hosts, bridges, VLANs, and services. Therefore, the ...
 

[ OpenDaylight | ODL ] How to Peer an OpenDaylight BGPCEP Instance with the BGP Test Tool

Word Count: 661 Note: The following blog post is highly technical and intended for ODL Developers with interest in the OpenDaylight Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) plugin. This blog post has been written with ODL developers in mind, especially those who would like to start contributing to the OpenDaylight Border Gateway Path Computation Element Protocol (BGPCEP) project. At ...
 

[ OpenDaylight | ODL ] How OpenDaylight can be used to unify NetOps and SDN experts

Word Count: 545 Our last post gave us an overview of how OpenDaylight can be helpful for developers to build their own SDN solutions in order to provide facilities to their customers, but there’s a question that all SDN developers must ask themselves: How can I become a good SDN developer without knowing about network operations? Expert Network ...
 

[ OpenDaylight | ODL ] Are you starting your career as an Open Source developer? Why OpenDaylight may be your best option.

Word Count: 1,045 This blog post is a little different from our previous blog posts, as it speaks directly to new developers who would like to join the Open Source world. We’ll be discussing why the OpenDaylight project can be one of the best choices to learn when starting your career. Why Open Source: Before we start talking ...
 

[ OpenDaylight | ODL ] How to add new Intents definitions to OpenDaylight NIC: a guide for Intent-based solution developers

Word Count: 624 In our last post we demonstrated how NIC will change the way you manage your network. In this post, we’ll demonstrate how NIC will change the way you develop Intent-based solutions. As you may know, NIC is composed of a collection of OpenDaylight modules (OpenFlow plugin, BGP, Genius and others) and able to connect ...
 

[ OpenDaylight ODL ]: How OpenDaylight NIC Will Change the Way You Manage Your Network

Word Count: 669 In the last blog post we talked about NIC’s history and design concepts in a high-level overview.  Today we will talk about the development details and how things were implemented inside the NIC. As you already know, Intent-based solutions is a promise of the SDN world to solve complex issues in a transparent ...