Tag Archives: OpenNaaS

OpenNaaS vCPE application

The OpenNaaS development team is proud to announce the OpenNaaS vCPE application. With it, a network administrator can create multiple vCPEs on top of an existing physical infrastructure, based on templates. Although still in beta phase, you’re encouraged to download … Continue reading

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Towards providing vCPE services using OpenNaaS

Leaded by the Mantychore FP7 project UseCase 1 (UC1), OpenNaaS is evolving to provide vCPE services on top of available physical infrastructure under the NaaS paradigm. UC1 is focused on defining the demarcation between provider and user, by means of … Continue reading

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TERENA Networking Conference 2012

Two months ago, TERENA Networking Conference 2012 took place in Reykjavik, Iceland. DANA team has been there presenting achievements in the projects we are involved, contacting NREN’s and industry key people and attending very interesting workshops and lectures. DANA presence … Continue reading

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Demoing the Logical Infrastructure Composition Layer at FuNeMS’12

The very first and successful demonstration of the Logical Infrastructure Composition Layer was done at the Future Network and Mobile Summit 2012 (Berlin, Germany, july 4th-6th). In this demo we showed how to build a Virtual Infrastructure (VI) out of … Continue reading

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OpenNaaS Announcement

In order for NRENs (National Research and Education Networks) and operators to be able to deploy and operate the innovative NaaS offerings, an appropriate toolset has been created, OpenNaaS. It has been envisioned as a multi-project software community that allows … Continue reading

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On Network Management and Virtualisation

Traditionally, network management has been developed around three main tasks: node management, node control (or configuration) and node monitoring. In a conceptual plane, this approach is still valid, but is clearly limited in scope: the bounded network domain (or simply … Continue reading

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OpenNaaS will use NDL to describe networks

Time has come for OpenNaaS to interact with networks. Users are willing to configure links and network protocols (e.g: RIP, OSPF) using a network approach, so network support should be added to OpenNaaS. Within this context, a question has raised … Continue reading

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