Netide joins OpenDaylight project
The European project NetIDE, which aims at delivering a single integrated development environment to support the whole development lifecycle of network controller programs in a vendor-independent fashion, has been accepted as an OpenDaylight Project starting from the 26th of June, 2015.
The project proposal can be found here (https://wiki.opendaylight.org/view/Project_Proposals:NetIDE).
OpenDaylight Project is a community-led open source platform to advance SDN and Network Functions Virtualization supported by various companies from the IT industry such as Dell, IBM, HP, Juniper Networks, Microsoft, Red Hat, Cisco, Brocade, Ericsson, and more.
Elio Salvadori, research director at CREATE-NET and NetIDE coordinator said:“We look forward to contributing to the OpenDaylight community in order to realize an open, common framework for SDN.”