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Testing OpenDaylight Beryllium for Scale and Performance

Intel developers tested scale and performance of the OpenDaylight Beryllium release. Attendees will learn how engineers developed a novel way to test the scale of southbound interfaces such as OVSDB and NetVirt using an Open vSwitch Docker container. In addition attendees will hear about Intel engineers' contributions to the recently released “OpenDaylight Performance: A Practical, Empirical Guide” white paper.
Recorded Apr 12 2016 43 mins
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Marcus Williams, Network Software Engineer – SDN Controller Team, Network Platforms Group, Intel
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