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From Hugo Trippaers <>
Subject Re: [MERGE] Opendaylight plugin
Date Wed, 08 Jan 2014 16:12:33 GMT
Thanks for the feedback.

The support is merged into master:

612a41e3f5b7f57b205ea84503d670793fb44c4f Add UI interface for managing the OpenDaylight provider
and controllers.
e4cb9ce8bcb0ffa8b3a4f82f0e32002e19f35085 Add opendaylight provider to system.js
57da2bc784f125f61af4020d8589c690b89f058a Apply two small fixes to system.js
0ba1abe2627bd05c64aabf25142b266837c6e044 Apply some formatting to system.js
8ddcc9ba808041fbf42fc45f478574502dcad256 Set unique gre key for every network.
f3f93a96f549203e00046bd681ddc87e174c2a6b Adding OpenDayLight Neutron API. It includes 24 unit
tests and 3 integration tests. Everythin passed the build.
850bc9fa826393c5ab110bf49138b4d0e1c1c313 Hook the OpenDaylight plugin into CloudStack
1f9528bad3493f287bfd6dfc48dfd077697e7d1f Add a network plugin for OpenDaylight



On 7 jan. 2014, at 17:21, Nguyen Anh Tu <> wrote:

> +1 Hugo.
> Looking forward if I can do anything for that plugin.
> --Tuna
> On Mon, Jan 6, 2014 at 9:45 PM, sebgoa <> wrote:
>> On Jan 6, 2014, at 9:03 AM, Hugo Trippaers <> wrote:
>>> Hey all,
>>> I would like to merge the branch open daylight into master. This branch
>> contains a plugin with an interface to an OpenDaylight controller.
>>> The current functionality is limited to creating layer 2 isolated
>> networks using overlay networking as supported by opendaylight. We are
>> using the OVSDB and OpenFlow modules in OpenDaylight to build overlay
>> networks using gre tunneling. Opendaylight does not have a release yet, so
>> the state of the plugin is more of a technology preview, but has been
>> tested with several KVM hypervisors and the latest build of the
>> OpenDaylight controller and the ovsdb subproject. The functionality is
>> enough to work as an equivalent to the existing GRE tunnel implementation
>> for KVM hypervisors.
>>> Ideally this plugin should be the basic groundwork to start supporting
>> more functions/features available in OpenDaylight when they become
>> available. It allows interested parties to work with CloudStack and
>> OpenDaylight without having to work with a CS fork and keep rebasing a
>> separate branch.
>>> Cheers,
>>> Hugo
>> I have not tested it, but saw the patches and I am +1

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