The third OpenDaylight Summit was the first to take place outside of Silicon Valley, and also groundbreaking as a celebration and broad discussion of actual deployments and real-world usage of ODL controllers.
Executive Director Neela Jacques kicked things off with a keynote in which he stressed that the theme of the event was "It just got real," and that point was driven home by presentations from AT&T, Telstra and Tencent on how they are putting ODL controllers to work.
Being a developer conference, there was also a certain amount of silliness, although fewer folks in bare feet and t-shirts than at some previous events.
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- Tencent Uses OpenDaylight for Critical Issues
- Telstra Sees Quadrupled Data Capacity by 2020
- ODL: Open Source Hastens Software Usability
- AT&T's Rice: Stamp Out NFV 'Snowflakes'
- OpenDaylight Launches Compliance Label
- China Mobile Joins OpenDaylight
- Open Source Getting on My Nerves
— Carol Wilson, Editor-at-Large, Light Reading