The OpenDaylight Summit 2015, Santa Clara, July 27-31, was my first OpenDaylight summit. It was a great experience. I was particularly impressed with the cooperation and collaboration among the various stakeholders and vendors at the event. Rather than marketing their own solutions, presenters focused on technical content and how they are partnering with other companies and communities to deliver new functionality on top of OpenDaylight or add a new component to OpenDaylight. Here are some sessions I attended that had particularly good content for developers:
- How to Design OpenDaylight Applications for Best Scale and Performance
- Linking IoT and SDN: How ODL can play a key role in IoT
- Yang Best Practices
Giles and I received positive feedback on the talks we provided as well (see previous blogpost).
You can find additional presentations here:
Please share/comment regarding your overall impression of the conference and any sessions you found particularly good.