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Linux Today – OpenDaylight Magnesium Advances Open Source Software Defined Networking

Linux Today – OpenDaylight Magnesium Advances Open Source Software Defined Networking

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On March 31, the OpenDaylight Magnesium launch grew to become typically accessible marking the 12th launch of the open supply Software Defined Networking (SDN) controller platform. The OpenDaylight challenge was formally introduced in April 2013 with a protracted listing of marquee sponsor all targeted on the purpose of making an open supply SDN controller. OpenDaylight has two releases in any given 12 months, with Magnesium following up the Sodium and Neon releases from 2019.

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