Linux steps up the plate to embrace networking
Jul 10, 2017
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Phil Robb, Vice President of Operations for Networking & Orchestration, Linux Foundation
As networking embraces open-source architectures to add agility through software, the Linux Foundation is finding itself at the centre of a brand new sector. Now, more than ever, Linux is becoming the underlying technology that is powering networking initiatives like OpenDaylight.
Phll Robb, VP of operations for networking & orchestration at the Linux Foundation talks about how the open source community is coming together to overcome key requirements such as interoperability, testing and validation. At the same time, organisations such as the OPNFV is stepping up and serving as the bridge between developers and the service provider community.
Filmed at: OPNFV Summit, 2017, Beijing, China
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