Major Russian internet player Mail.Ru Group, will host the Open Source Networking meetup co-organizing the event with the local Open Source networking community. FRINX will present its solution at the event.
The Open Source Network meetup is taking place for the second time this year, this time on the premises of major Russian internet player Mail.Ru.
What are OSN User Groups about?
Open Source Networking User Groups (OSN User Groups) are locally managed groups that are passionate about network transformation through open source. Groups meet periodically to discuss practical applications and the latest innovations from the Linux Foundation networking projects: DPDK, FD.io, ONAP, OpenDaylight and SNAS, as well as other open source initiatives.
These groups provide an opportunity to meet face to face with other open networking enthusiasts in the region, share ideas and insights, and work collaboratively to overcome the challenges of Software Defined Networking (SDN), Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), Management and Orchestration (MANO), cloud, data analytics, and the acceleration of underlying infrastructures.
What’s the plan?
The upcoming event will start on 6th of March at 6 p.m. (GMT +3) in Mail.Ru’s HQ in Moscow. Speakers from three companies will present and discuss Open Source Network topics. Martin Sunal from FRINX will start the guest segment at 6:30 p.m. presenting Workflow, Inventory and Network Control. Factor Group is co-organizing and attending the event.
Vladimir Gurevich from Barefoot Networks will take care of presenting P4 language for beginners at 8:30 p.m. The last guests speaker of the event comes from Noviflow, with a presentation dedicated to gRPC in SDN switches. The exact line-up for the event can be found here.
You won’t be able to attend in person, but would still like to see the presentations – What now?
Don’t worry, the Open Source Networking Moscow User Group has its own YouTube channel. Last month’s event was fully documented, as was the event from July 2018. Click subscribe on The Open Source Networking Moscow User Group’s YouTube channel to be notified about new videos from the event.