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The OpenDaylight Summit is July 27-31, 2015 in Santa Clara, CA. Advertised as being where the industry meets to collaborate on networking’s de facto open SDN platform, it brings together users, developers and the SDN community to discuss, debate and demonstrate the latest technologies and trends in open SDN. Not surprisingly, Cisco DevNet will be there, and Cisco is a Platinum sponsor of the event. If you are into SDN, DevOps, and/or Open Source, you should consider joining us.

On Tuesday and Wednesday, Charles Eckel and Giles Heron present tools Cisco DevNet are developing to support ODL development and test. Check out the session listing in the Demo Theater and mark your schedules today.

Can’t wait to get started or won’t be able to join us in person at the summit - no worries, you can access DevNet anytime, anywhere. You are encouraged to browse the entire site on your own, but let me call your attention to a few things likely to be of immediate interest:

1) Open Source Dev Center - Your source for open source at Cisco. It highlights Cisco contributions to open source projects, such as OpenDaylight and OpenStack, and how such projects manifest themselves in our products and solutions.

2) OpenDaylight DevVM - Within this VM you will find all of the tools, utilities and code you need to build and explore ODL and the ODL based Cisco Open SDN Controller (COSC), which is Cisco´s commercial distribution of ODL.

3)  Developer Communities - Share your thoughts, find helpful info and tips, and ask your burning questions within the various communities (e.g. Open Source, Dev VM)

I also encourage you to tell us about sessions you are giving or excited about attending, or sessions you would like to see in the future.

We look forward to seeing your at the ODL Summit and in DevNet.

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