MidoNet 2014.11 release

The MidoNet project is pleased to announce the release of MidoNet 2014.11. The release notes are available here. The packages are available in the repositories (see URL in the release notes).   The existing documentation is based on Openstack Icehouse; further communication will be sent when the documentation is updated to Openstack Juno which is the recommended version. In the … 

 

Introduction to MN (Part 5 – Flow State)

In this article we discuss how  MidoNet manages flow state in order to implement distributed/fault-tolerant versions of advanced network services like connection tracking, load-balancing, port-masquerading. This post is the fifth in a series intended to familiarize users with MidoNet’s overlay networking models: Part 1 covered MN’s Provider Router. Part 2 covered Tenant Routers and Networks. Part 3 covered how MN … 

 

Introduction to MN (Part 4 – Security Groups)

In this article we discuss how OpenStack Security Groups are implemented in MidoNet. This post is the fourth in a series intended to familiarize users with MidoNet’s overlay networking models. Part 1 covered MN’s Provider Router. Part 2 covered Tenant Routers and Networks. Part 3 covered how MN Agent simulates packet traversing of the overlay topology. Neutron Security Groups In OpenStack the … 

 

Singapore MidoNet Meetup: December 4th

OpenStack Networking with Midokura Thursday, Dec 4, 2014, 7:00 PM Singapore Management University60 Stamford Road, School of Law/Accountancy, Seminar Room 2.1 Singapore, SG 8 Cloud Hackers Attending Come and join the meetup if you are interested in OpenStack, Cloud Computing and/or truly functional network virtualization for OpenStack!Schedule19:00 – Doors Open19:25 – Welcome & Introductions19:30 – … 

 

Introduction to MN’s Overlay Network Models (Part 2 – Tenant Routers and Bridges)

This post is the second in a series intended to familiarize users with MidoNet’s overlay virtual networking approach and models. In part 1 we discussed MN’s Provider Router. In this article we discuss Tenant Routers and Bridges. A Tenant (or Project in OpenStack’s terminology) is an organizational unit that shares ownership of a set of virtual devices. …