The Open Networking Summit, now under the banner of the Linux Foundation, continues to spread its open source wings to embrace a growing number of organizations. This year, in addition to the Open Networking Foundation, that included OpenDaylight, OPNFV, ONOS and the brand-new Open O initiative.
But the focus remains tightly on how open networking and the open source community can advance the efforts of the networking community to embrace virtualization and new ways of working that will enable more innovation. And, as in the past, the event brings together the open source developer community and the networking community as well.
As the following pictures show, that combination made for an interesting event, full of content but also with a bit of whimsy.
The Year of Open Source in Networking?
Jim Zemlin, executive director of the Linux Foundation, made that declaration in his opening remarks, along with welcoming the growing crowd.
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