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Verizon is the latest major service provider to join the ONOS open-source network virtualization initiative, joining other carriers like AT&T, NTT Communications, China Unicom and SK Telecom in the effort. Verizon officials said Jan. 21 that they joined the ONOS in hopes of accelerating the development of open-source software-defined networking and network-functions virtualization offerings that their company and other carriers can use. Comment?
The company in the first quarter 2016 will launch Blue Planet ONOS to help service providers embrace SDN and NFV for their data centers. Ciena early next year will release a hardened, fully supported commercial version of the ONOS open-source operating system for virtualized networks, which initially will be aimed at telecommunications companies that are looking to migrate their legacy infrastructures to software-defined networks. Comment?
Officials with the year-old project are looking to the Linux Foundation for help in growing the community around its open-source offerings. The ONOS Project, less than a year after launching the first release of its open-source software-defined networking platform, is now joining the Linux Foundation in hopes of accelerating the reach of its technology. Comment?
Apache Spark speeds up big data processing by a factor of 10 to 100 and simplifies app development to such a degree that developers call it a "game changer." Apache Spark has been called a game changer and perhaps the most significant open source project of the next decade, and it's been taking the big data world by storm since it was open sourced in 2010. Comment?
Data center engine can ingest real-time data streams from the IoT, data-driven customer interactions, and business insight platforms. Startup Mesosphere, which developed the first open-source based data center operating system only during the past 18 months, already has expanded the scope of its young system. Comment?
Mesosphere DCOS is a highly scalable engine that enables the running of services and applications across a cluster of machines within a data center or cloud. San Francisco-based startup Mesosphere , whose open source-based distributed operating system runs data centers and clouds belonging to Twitter, Yelp, Groupon and others, released its first developer program and software development kit on July 15. The SDK will serve as the toolset for creating data center services that will run on the Mesos-powered Datacenter Operating System , which the company purports to be the first actual data center operating system able to run thousands of nodes as a single virtualized entity. Comment?
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