OpenDaylight Summit brings together users, developers and the SDN community to discuss, debate and demonstrate the latest technologies and trends in open SDN. With OpenDaylight’s third software release ‘Lithium’ coming in June 2015, the Summit provides a forum for enterprises and service providers to explore the latest release, learn how it is being tested in production and get hands-on support for implementing their own Proofs-of-Concept (PoCs). Hear directly from developers about what OpenDaylight is doing to support a range of use cases such as network virtualization, multi-layer orchestration, NFV and others, and give the community direct feedback on which use cases matter most.
Looking for deep technical content? OpenDaylight Summit provides the most in-depth and up-to-date technical content for those looking to gain valuable knowledge OpenDaylight and apply it to their networks. With 80+ tutorials, sessions and keynotes and over 1,000 people anticipated to attend this year, you won't want to miss this chance to collaborate and connect.
Developers - Software Developers, App Developers
Data Center Architects & Network Architects
Network Engineers, Operators & Administrators
Business & Legal - End Users, Senior Business Executives, Legal Counsel
Academic & Broader Community - Researchers, Students, Standards Bodies
Plus Media, Analysts and other professionals with an interest in the OpenDaylight ecosystem
OpenDaylight Tutorials - Monday, July 27
These are hands-on deep dive sessions of approximately three hours in length aimed at those who want to get an in-depth look at the OpenDaylight platform.
Main Conference - Tuesday, July 28 & Wednesday, July 29
The conference portion of OpenDaylight Summit 2015 features plenary sessions from leaders in OpenDaylight, and the SDN and NFV space, as well as 30+ conference sessions.
OpenDaylight Developer Forum - Thursday, July 30 and Friday, July 31
This is the largest gathering of OpenDaylight developers from around the globe each year. The forum allows the developer community to engage directly on the topics and projects that will set the stage for future OpenDaylight releases. Please note: The Developer Design Forum is open to all in the technical/developer community. In order to ensure that only technical attendees attend, please submit a request to attend. By choosing this selection on the event registration form, you will be requesting to attend. Your request will be reviewed by our planning committee and you will be notified within 10 business days as to whether your request will be accepted.