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Wednesday, September 28 • 11:25am - 11:50am
OVSDB Project: Current Offerings & Future Direction - Anil Vishnoi, Brocade; Sam Hague & Tim Rozet, Red Hat

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Speakers will talk about the overall status of the OVSDB project. They will discuss following features in details that's been added to OVSDB project during the Beryllium and Boron release (1) Hardware VTEP support (2) Clustering support (3) Reconciliation (4) QoS features (5) Performance Improvements. Speakers will briefly discuss about the separation of the net-virt functionality from OVSDB project. They will discuss about the new functionalities that is being planned for the project for the next release. At the end of the session if time permits, speakers will demonstrate the clustering and reconciliation functionalities and then open up the session for Q&A session. 

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Sam Hague

Senior Principal Engineer, Red Hat, Inc.
Sam Hague is a Senior Principal Engineer in the Office of Technology at Red Hat, Inc. He is the Project Technical Lead for the OpenDaylight OVSDB Network Virtualization project and a contributor to the OpenDaylight SFC and Neutron Northbound projects as well as the OPNFV SFC and APEX projects. Previous experience includes leading the software development at Extreme Networks adding OpenFlow to their line of switches and a variety of technologies... Read More →

Tim Rozet

Software Engineer, Red Hat
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Anil Vishnoi

Principal Software Engineer, Brocade
Anil Vishnoi is a Principal Software Engineer at Brocade R&D, US. He has been an active participant in OpenDaylight community since the inception of the project. He is an active contributor to number of OpenDaylight projects including the OpenDaylight Controller, OpenFlow Plugin, OVSDB & Net-Virt project. He is also member of OpenDaylight TSC. For more details about his prior research in these domains please refer... Read More →

Wednesday September 28, 2016 11:25am - 11:50am
Room 404