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LF Networking (LFN) brings together eight top networking projects to increase harmonization across platforms, communities, and ecosystems. The LFN projects address major industry challenges and through collaboration between end users, vendors, and developers, are transforming all aspects of the network and accelerating open source deployments. * FD.io ( https://wiki.fd.io/view/Main_Page ) : Open source high-performance IO services framework for dynamic computing environments * ONAP ( https://wiki.onap.org/ ) : Design, creation, orchestration, monitoring and life cycle management of open source and commercial VNFs and legacy networks * OPNFV ( https://wiki.opnfv.org/ ) : Through system level integration, deployment and testing, OPNFV creates a reference platform to accelerate network transformation * OpenDaylight ( https://wiki.opendaylight.org/view/Main_Page ) : Most deployed open source controller * OpenSwitch ( https://www.openswitch.net/ ) : Open source Linux-based network operating system (NOS) solution based on disaggregated design for OCP-compliant hardware and virtual machines. * PDNA ( http://pnda.io/ ) : Scalable big data analytics platform for networks and services * SNAS ( http://www.snas.io/ ) : Distributed, low-footprint collector leveraging high performing message bus for real-time BGP predictive analytics * Tungsten Fabric ( https://tungsten.io/ ) : A software-defined network and security fabric built for rapid deployment at scale
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Subgroups You Can Join

LFN Board Subcommittee

Direct Subcommittees of the LFN Board

  • lfn-compliance / LFN Compliance and Verification Committee
    Hello, Welcome to the mailing list for the LFN Compliance Program. Committee Charter: * The Compliance and Verification Committee (“C&V Committee”) is a members-driven committee within LF Networking that recommends policies and oversight for compliance and certification program to the Governing Board of LF Networking (“Governing Board”). * C&V Committee operates under the direction of the Governing Board and its recommendations are subject to approval by the Governing Board. The C&V Committee will meet by conference call, online conference or in face-to-face sessions. * Participation in the C&V Committee is open to members of LF Networking, and the target makeup of the C&V Committee is to include a balance of representatives with active testing To get involved, please see the details in the CVC home page ( https://wiki.lfnetworking.org/display/LN/Compliance+and+Verification+Committee ) Regards, LCVC
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LFN TAC

LFN Techinical Advisory Council & workgoups

  • lfn-infrawg / LFN Infrastructure Workgroup
    This list will serve as the LF Networking TAC's Infrastructure Working Group mailing list.
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  • lfn-tac / LFN Technical Advisory Council
    Hello, Welcome to the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) public email list. The role of the TAC is to facilitate communication and collaboration among the Technical Projects in LFN. More information: * TAC meeting ( https://wiki.lfnetworking.org/display/LN/Technical+Advisory+Council ) Regards, The TAC
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  • lfn-tac-private / LFN TAC Private
    Hello, Welcome to the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) private email list. There is a separate public mailing list for the TAC ( https://lists.lfnetworking.org/g/TAC-public ). The role of the TAC is to facilitate communication and collaboration among the Technical Projects in LFN. More information: * TAC meeting ( https://wiki.lfnetworking.org/display/LN/Technical+Advisory+Council ) Regards, The TAC
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LFN MAC

LFN Marketing Advisory Council & workgroups

  • lfn-mac / LFN Marketing Advisory Council
    Hello, Welcome to the mailing list for the Marketing Advisory Council (MAC) in LF Networking. Additional information * Meeting info (members only) ( https://wiki.lfnetworking.org/display/LN/Marketing+Advisory+Council ) Regards, The MAC
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LFN EUAG

LFN End User Advisory Group

  • euag-info
    End User Advisory Group membership inquiries and application submissions The EUAG provides advisory feedback to the LFN. You can read the minutes and find out more about the EUAG here ( https://wiki.lfnetworking.org/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=2916362 ).
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  • lfn-euag-members / LFN End User Advisory Group
    Hello, Welcome to the LF Networking End User Advisory Group (EUAG) membership list.  The Governing Board of LFN has established the End User Advisory Group to assist and support LFN.  The LFN-EUAG is made of individuals from end-user organizations, including telecommunications carriers, cable operators, network, application, compute or storage service providers. Participation in the list requires a signed individual agreement. More information: * You can learn more about the EUAG here ( https://wiki.lfnetworking.org/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=2916362 ). Regards, The EUAG
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LFN Events

Lists related to LFN events

  • 2019-Stockholm
    Communications for attendees of the June DDF + Plugfest in Kista Sweden. The contents of this list transient and will be deleted a short time after the event.
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  • members / LFN Members
    Welcome to the LF Networking members mailing list group. LFN brings together eight top networking projects to increase harmonization across platforms, communities, and ecosystems. The LFN projects address major industry challenges and through collaboration between end users, vendors, and developers, are transforming all aspects of the network and accelerating open source deployments. The Technical Projects under the LF Networking umbrella include the following: * FD.io ( https://wiki.fd.io/view/Main_Page ) : Open source high-performance IO services framework for dynamic computing environments * ONAP ( https://wiki.onap.org/ ) : Design, creation, orchestration, monitoring and life cycle management of open source and commercial VNFs and legacy networks * OPNFV ( https://wiki.opnfv.org/ ) : Through system level integration, deployment and testing, OPNFV creates a reference platform to accelerate network transformation * OpenDaylight ( https://wiki.opendaylight.org/view/Main_Page ) : Most deployed open source controller * OpenSwitch ( https://www.openswitch.net/ ) : Open source Linux-based network operating system (NOS) solution based on disaggregated design for OCP-compliant hardware and virtual machines. * PDNA ( http://pnda.io/ ) : Scalable big data analytics platform for networks and services * SNAS ( http://www.snas.io/ ) : Distributed, low-footprint collector leveraging high performing message bus for real-time BGP predictive analytics * Tungsten Fabric ( https://tungsten.io/ ) : A software-defined network and security fabric built for rapid deployment at scale You can access our detailed LF Networking member guide for how to participate in each of the technical communities and the governance of the LF Networking umbrella here: https://www.lfnetworking.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/55/2019/06/LFN_Member_Guide_062019.pdf
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