Last week (on April 21st) a new version of Ubuntu Linux OS was released. This time was not regarding another ‘six-months-period’ regular release, but a new long-term-support (LTS) version, with 5 years of support. A special version that only appears every 2 years. Continue reading “Ubuntu 16.04 LTS available”
On this post I’ll try to explain, as easy-to-understand as possible, the steps I followed to install OpenDaylight Beryllium (ODL-Be) and then linking it to a very small network, only to see how all this stuff goes. A really simple example, though explaining key things. Continue reading “OpenDaylight: Installing Beryllium”
A new main release of the OpenDaylight (ODL) SDN controller —the 4th up to date— named Beryllium, was officially announced yesterday.
Continue reading “OpenDaylight: Beryllium released”