GalSagie A blog about network virtualization and cloud

Kuryr and Neutron Existing Resources

If you don`t know what Kuryr is by now, shame on you! please check out our OpenStack Tokyo Kuryr Introduction talk or read my blog post about it.

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Neutron DB Consistency

In this post i am going to describe some of the challenges of writing a plugin and a solution to Neutron and what problems we encounter when designing Dragonflow, problems that exists for all the other plugins just as well, like the reference architecture, ODL, OVN and such.

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Kuryr Support for Docker Pluggable IPAM

Recently a pluggable IPAM implementation was merged into Docker Libnetwork. Libnetwork has a default, built-in IPAM driver and allows third party IPAM drivers to be dynamically plugged. On network creation, the user can specify which IPAM driver libnetwork needs to use for the network’s IP address management.

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Dragonflow Security Groups At Scale

In this post i want to present to you some of our ideas for implementing security groups in Dragonflow. This is actually still in design process (where some parts that are needed anyway are already being coded) but i think it shows the strength and possibilities of Dragonflow syncing policy level abstraction to the local controllers, which allow us to solve interesting problems at scale.

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OVN L3 Deep Dive

As you might have noticed L3 support has been added to OVN, in this post I am going to create a simple OpenStack topology, two networks connected using a router, one VM on each of these networks and i am going to describe how this translate to the OpenFlow pipeline in OVN.

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