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Tuesday, September 27 • 2:50pm - 3:45pm
OpenDaylight as a Fun Tool for Hobbyists & Hackerspaces - Patrick Laurin, Inocybe Technologies

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OpenDaylight is usually seen as a huge and complex tool, part of a global reality shift for network providers, telecoms and cloud industries. But what about that hobbyist kid that loves to hack around software and electronics? He's proud to use things like Arduino and Raspberry Pi. He's proud to share his work on Github and backup his photos in his own private cloud. He's even running his personal blog in a Docker container. Why isn't this kid hacking around OpenDaylight? I think that OpenDaylight has the potential to be explored and used by hackerspaces communities and the common hobbyist. Those people are often great sources for innovation and game-changing ideas. The goal of this presentation is to show that OpenDaylight can used as a simple and fun tool and that it can benefit by reaching a more global audience.

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Patrick Laurin

Jr. Engineer / Devops & Releng, Inocybe Technologies
Patrick Laurin is a Jr. Engineer at Inocybe Technologies and works around devops and release engineering in my everyday tasks. He also contributes to the integration/packaging project for OpenDaylight.His main focus at Inocybe Technologies is automating and simplifying the daily tasks for our developers, using tools like Jenkins, docker, SaltStack, etc. In his computing lifestyle, he also enjoys experimenting with various operating systems and... Read More →


Tuesday September 27, 2016 2:50pm - 3:45pm
Room 406

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