Enterprise Networking Planet: Linux Foundation’s Open Network Automation Platform Issues Debut Amsterdam Release

By December 1, 2017 In The News

The Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP) is out with is first real release, dubbed Amsterdam.

ONAP was first formed by the Linux Foundation in February 2017 as a consolidation of the AT&T-led ECOMP and China Mobile-led OPEN-O network automation projects. An initial code release release from ONAP cameout in April, but the new Amsterdam release is the first full platform milestone.

Read more at Enterprise Networking Planet.