ONOS (Open Network Operating System) is an open source SDN controller platform that manages network components and software programs, and actively supports the transition from legacy networks to SDN networks. It provides high availability, scalability, performance and rich abstractions, is resilient, and supports legacy devices as well as state-of-the-art hardware. ONOS was designed by leading service providers, network vendors, R&E network operators and collaborators, and was validated by the ONF. The open source project ONOS consists of an expanding community of developers and users encouraging discussion, development, documentation and improvement of the Open Network Operating System.
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