This event takes us to the cusp of Distributed Software Development and SDN Controllers. We will be hosting Madan and Brian who have been involved in the architecture and development of ONOS (Open Network Operating System).
ONOS is a distributed SDN network operating system architected to provide performance, scale-out, resiliency, and well-defined northbound and southbound abstractions. Madan and Brian, both from ON.Lab, will start the talk with a deep-dive into ONOS architecture, including the key technical challenges that were solved to build this platform. They will also walk us through a live demo of building a SDN application on ONOS.
ONOS Abstractions and Modularity
ONOS Distributed architecture
ONOS APIs and their usage
Live demo- Building a SDN app on ONOS
Madan Jampani, Distributed Systems Architect, ONOS
Madan is Distributed Systems Architect at ON.Lab focusing on the core distributed systems problems for ONOS. Prior to joining ON.Lab in Sep 2014, Madan worked at Amazon for around 10 years. At Amazon, Madan was instrumental in building several key technologies ranging from Amazon retail ordering systems, distributed data stores and shared compute clusters for running large-scale data processing and machine learning workloads.
Brian O’Connor, Lead Developer, ONOS
Brian is the ONOS Application Intent Framework lead and a core developer at ON.Lab, working on ONOS and Mininet. Brian O’Connor received Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Computer Science from Stanford University. At Stanford, he helped develop “An Introduction to Computer Networking,” one of Stanford’s first MOOCs (Massively Open Online Courses).
ABOUT ON.LAB and ONOS
Open Networking Lab (ON.Lab) is a non-profit organization founded by SDN inventors and leaders from Stanford University and UC Berkeley to foster an open source community for developing tools and platforms to realize the full potential of SDN. ON.Lab brings innovative ideas from leading edge research and delivers high quality open source platforms on which members of its ecosystem and the industry can build real products and solutions.
ONOS, a SDN network operating system for service provider and mission critical networks, was open sourced on Dec 5th, 2014. ONOS delivers a highly available, scalable SDN control plane featuring northbound and southbound abstractions and interfaces for a diversity of management, control, service applications and network devices. ONOS ecosystem comprises of ON.Lab, organizations who are funding and contributing to the ONOS initiative including AT&T, NTT Communications, SK Telecom, Ciena, Cisco, Ericsson, Fujitsu, Huawei, Intel, NEC; members who are collaborating and contributing to ONOS include ONF, Infoblox, SRI, Internet2, Happiest Minds, CNIT, Black Duck, Create-Net and the broader ONOS community. Learn how you can get involved with ONOS at onosproject.org.