Manuel Buil
By: Manuel Buil

December 3, 2018 1:55 pm

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Provisioning baremetal nodes for NFV CI/CD

At OPNFV we are building a modern CI/CD platform which would allow us to test whether a patch in any OpenStack or Kubernetes component breaks a NFV use case. To deploy the system under test (OpenStack or Kubernetes) we first require a number of provisioned nodes where the software of those popular platforms would be […]

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Manuel Buil
By: Manuel Buil

July 19, 2018 2:53 pm

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Integrating SDN controllers in Openstack-ansible

Openstack-ansible (OSA) is an awesome project in OpenStack which, as the name describes, deploys OpenStack automatically using Ansible. OSA provides the required roles and playbooks to get a working OpenStack environment and most of the OpenStack components are supported. There are a lot of things we could explain about OSA but this post will just […]

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Manuel Buil
By: Manuel Buil

November 5, 2017 4:53 pm

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How to combine OpenStack with Software Defined Networking

Software Defined Networking or SDN has been around for a while and it is a very important piece in the architecture if you have advanced networking use cases which require complex network automation without increasing the cost dramatically. As you might know, OpenStack is today capable of providing basic network services through its networking component […]

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Manuel Buil
By: Manuel Buil

July 5, 2017 6:26 am

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OpenDaylight Carbon SFC pipeline description

This is the second entry from the ODL Carbon pipeline explanation. If you haven't read the ODL Carbon pipeline (basics) [1], please do so because it provides important concepts which are not explained in this one. Apart from L3 and L2 services, some of which were explored in the previous entry, ODL is capable of […]

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Manuel Buil
By: Manuel Buil

June 12, 2017 9:24 am

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OpenDaylight Carbon pipeline description

I am happy to announce that we have a new OpenDaylight release! To celebrate that and to help people understand it, I decided to create a series of 2 posts where I will explain how the openflow tables are organized and show examples of two services: L2 connectivity with a ping packet (icmp) and Service […]

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