The Future of OpenDaylight Scalability
1 min readJan 11, 2023


The OpenDaylight community naturally ought to think of the OpenDaylight (ODL) evolution which is necessary in order to keep up with the needs of new use cases that are currently higher than the ODL is currently offering. We at are proud to be one of the largest contributors to the ODL source-code, therefore we realize the importance of our keeping pace with the demands of our clients so they are given the opportunity to effectively use the ODL in the dynamic environments.

Now there are several outlined points has gathered that need to undergo the evolution process — architecture, YANG space management, request router and deployment. We consider these as waiting at our doorstep for us to incorporate them into practical solutions and use cases, which then can reflect in the trends yet to come, such as IoT, Service Orchestrating, Edge Computing, Transport PCE / network optimization, RAN & 5G and hierarchical controllers and many others.

Got you interested? Our Pantheon Fellow, Robert Varga, is about to tell you much more about this topic at the upcoming ONE SUMMIT 2022, an event hosted by the Linux Foundation taking part in Seattle, Washington, next week. His presentation The Future of OpenDaylight Scalability is scheduled on Wednesday, November 16th at 3:40pm (PST) at the Sheraton Grand Seattle hotel.

So make sure you don’t miss out.

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