Re: IETF Hackathon at IETF 92, March 21-22, Dallas, TX

"Charles Eckel (eckelcu)" <> Wed, 25 February 2015 16:49 UTC

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Just an FYI, we have added SFC as an additional technology for the

Services Function Chaining (SFC) in OpenDaylight (ODL)
* SFC architecture in OpenDaylight (SFC ODL page:
* Work items will cover both control and data plane:
  * SFC Agent auto-provisioning (Python) and Yang models (Yang)
  * SFC-OVS integration (Java)
  * SFC/NSH Traceroute (Python, Standards work)
  * SFC Classifier (Python, Linux IPtables)
  * NETCONF integration (Java)
  * Review of SFC Yang models and feedback into ODL
  * Implementation of Variable Length NSH packets (MD Type 02) in the data
plane (Python)

We are still in the process of updating the event information and
registration pages to include SFC. If you go to register in the meantime
and do not see SFC listed as a technology, you can enter ³SFC² in the
³Other² area.
Also, please be aware that due to room capacity limits, registration is
capped at 40 participants.


On 2/24/15, 9:01 AM, "IETF Secretariat" <> wrote:

>The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) is holding a Hackathon to
>encourage developers to discuss, collaborate and develop utilities,
>ideas, sample code and solutions that show practical implementations of
>IETF standards. It takes place just before IETF 92, and it¹s free and
>open to everyone.
>All you need is a knowledge of networking technologies, and you¹ll be
>guaranteed to learn something new and have fun!
>Event details:
>Link to register: