ONOS Cluster - Setup & Experimentation
March 2, 2018
This slide covers setting-up a two-node ONOS cluster, mainly for quick-try and demo purposes. While it is enough for some experimentations, this two-node arrangement is not something technically right (from technical perspectives - see comments by jordan / andrea in the thread pointed at slide 7). Thus, tests with node failures are not addressed and saved for the next hardware upgrade.
OpenStack Pike - Introduction via DevStack
February 18, 2018
DevStack is a set of scripts and utilities to quickly deploy an OpenStack cloud from git source trees. While it is useful for development, OpenStack users and learners can also use DevStack to try and make small cloud experiments. This slide covers DevStack installation procedure and basic OpenStack operations via the Horizon dashboard and via the OpenStack Client.
Basic ONOS Tutorial
February 17, 2018
This slide is based on the official Basic ONOS Tutorial, which is recently updated to the most recent version (1.12.0 Magpie - as of writing). The tutorial introduces the main concept and many aspects offered by ONOS, including controller instance clustering and basic operations via Web UI and CLI (Command Line Interface).
ONOS - Introduction
February 12, 2018
ONOS provides the control plane for a software-defined network (SDN), managing network components, such as switches and links, and running software programs or modules to provide communication services to end hosts and neighboring networks. ONOS applications and use cases often consist of customized communication routing, management, or monitoring services for software-defined networks.
OpenDaylight - Introduction
February 5, 2018
OpenDaylight (ODL) is a modular open platform for customizing and automating networks of any size and scale. The OpenDaylight Project arose out of the SDN movement, with a clear focus on network programmability. It was designed from the outset as a foundation for commercial solutions that address a variety of use cases in existing network environments.
January 20, 2018
Mininet provides a virtual test bed and development environment for SDN. Mininet networks run real code including standard Unix/Linux network applications as well as the real Linux kernel and network stack. Mininet provides an extensible Python API for network creation and experimentations. Ref: [MININET - Open Networking Foundation]
June 8, 2016
RTL-SDR is a very cheap software defined radio that uses a DVB-T TV tuner dongle based on the RTL2832U chipset. The RTL-SDR is also often referred to as RTL2832U, DVB-T SDR, RTL dongle or the '$20 Software Defined Radio'. There are many other software defined radios better than the RTL-SDR, but they all come at a higher price.