Open Network Operation System

Comparison of Software Defined Networking (SDN) Controllers. Part 5: Ryu

Our Open Source Software Defined Networking (SDN) Controller comparison continues with Ryu. Ryu is a very different proposition to the other options being put forward. Although boasting a core set of programs that are run as a ‘platform’, Ryu is better thought of as a toolbox, with which SDN controller functionality can be built. Ryu …

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Comparison of Software Defined Networking (SDN) Controllers. Part 6: Faucet

The final Open Source Software Defined Networking (SDN) Controller to be compared in this series is Faucet. Built on top of Ryu, Faucet is a lightweight SDN Controller adding a critical northbound function for operations teams. Faucet is a compact open source OpenFlow controller, which enables network operators to run their networks the same way …

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Comparison of Software Defined Networking (SDN) Controllers. Part 7: Comparison and Product Rating

This final part of our Software Defined Networking (SDN) Controller comparison series includes an in-depth evaluation and product rating for each of the most popular Open Source SDN controllers in industry and academia including: the Open Network Operation System (ONOS), OpenDayLight (ODL), OpenKilda, Ryu and Faucet.It is important to understand the motivations behind the available …

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