Videos from the OpenDaylight Summit Keynote can be found here.
The Linux Foundation will provide live video streaming of the keynote sessions from OpenDaylight Summit on Tuesday, February 4th and Wednesday, February 5th (Pacific Standard Time). If you are signing up prior to the live stream, simply return to this page during the live stream and you'll be able to view them here.
Tuesday, February 4th
- 8:30AM - Commencement, Neela Jacques, OpenDaylight
- 9:10AM - Keynote: Jim Zemlin, Linux Foundation
- 9:30AM - Keynote: A True Story Of SDN in Production: Can the Dream Come True?, Jun Park, EIG/Bluehost
- 10:00AM - Keynote: NFV Unbound, Christos Kolias, Orange Silicon Valley
- 11:00AM - Keynote: Accelerating the Network with Open Source Software, Erik Edudden, Ericsson
- 11:20AM - Keynote: Building an Open Adaptive & Responsive Data Center Using OpenDaylight, Vijoy Pandey, IBM
- 11:40AM - Keynote Panel: Forming and Norming for SDN/NFV: Where to Support Innovation and Where to Simplify Life with Standards, Neela Jacques, Moderator, Dan Pitt, ONF, Dr. Guru Parulkar, ON Labs, Nick Lippis, ONUG, and Christos Kolias, Orange
Wednesday, February 5th
- 3:50PM - Keynote: Rajeev Nagar, Microsoft
- 4:10PM - Keynote: OpenDaylight: What's Next?, Inder Gopal, IBM
- 4:30PM - Keynote: OpenDaylight Developer Panel: What's in the Second Release?, David Meyer, Brocade, Moderator
*All times are Pacific Standard Time
Please note that the live video streaming will only be visible during the keynote session times listed above.