OpenDaylight Neon Released as Open Source Software Defined Networking Effort Turns 6

OpenDaylight is now celebrating its’ sixth anniversary with the launch of its’ 10th platform release dubbed “Neon” on March 26. Neon integrates enhanced optical transport networking and virtual networking features as well as stability and scalability improvements.

“Neon speaks to OpenDaylight’s longevity as well as its integration with other projects like Kubernetes, ONAP, OPNFV, and OpenStack,” said Phil Robb, vice president, Operations, Networking, and Orchestration at the Linux Foundation. “I am continually impressed by the community’s cohesiveness in delivering platform releases with updates and features that enhance evolving SDN use cases.