Continuous Call for Papers: MidoNet Online Meetups

We’re continuously looking for presentations on topics related to MidoNet for our MidoNet Online Meetups! If you would like to present, please get in touch with Sandro Mathys at your earliest convenience. Just a line or two about your (rough or early) idea is good enough to get things started, we can then work on the details and … 

 

MidoNet 2015.06 release

The MidoNet project is pleased to announce the release of MidoNet 2015.06.   Details of new features and fixed issues are available here. The packages are available in the repositories (see URL in the release notes).   See the MidoNet documentation for details on installing and operating MidoNet. This release introduces a change in the … 

 

Docker Networking sets sail with MidoNet

by Tim Fall tim@midokura.com and Antoni Puimedon Introduction So we can all agree that Docker is cool. Containers are cool, repeatability is cool, portability is cool, we’re all cool. Everything is unicorns and rainbows. But something is missing in this fairy tale land, and it’s something we all like to forget about. With this wide … 

 

New MidoNet Community Manager: Sandro Mathys

This self-introduction is long overdue, so here we go! My name is Sandro Mathys and I’m the new MidoNet Community Manager at project-sponsor Midokura. As such I’m exclusively tasked with fostering our young community! Doing so, I keep myself busy spreading the word about MidoNet, and facilitating collaboration in the project among many other things. Frankly, I’m currently somewhat the community’s maid … 

 

Zoom: Reactive Programming with Zookeeper

In its upcoming version, Midonet will include a new storage system that we call Zoom. Zoom is a general purpose storage system for objects built on top of Zookeeper. It supports read/write operations, transactions, and referential integrity (e.g., the reference to an object is automatically cleared when that object is deleted). Zoom also offers the … 

 

MidoNet 2015.03 release

The MidoNet project is pleased to announce the release of MidoNet 2015.03.   Details of added features and fixes issues are available here. The packages are available in the repositories (see URL in the release notes).   See the MidoNet documentation for details on installing and operating MidoNet. If you have any question, please reach … 

 

MidoNet’s traffic meters and Prometheus TSDB

Since v1.5 the MidoNet Java Agent exposes many counters and metrics via JMX. Initially, these were related to the Agent’s workload and performance. However, since v1.7 MidoNet has support for overlay and underlay traffic meters. There four kinds of meters: device, to track packets/bytes arriving at a bridge or router port, to track packets/bytes transmitted-from/received-at … 

 

San Francisco MidoNet Meetup on March 31

Getting up and Running with MidoNet, open source network virtualization overlay Tuesday, Mar 31, 2015, 6:30 PM Location details are available to members only. 31 Midos Attending Hi everyone, we’re excited to announce our first meetup in San Francisco to start off the year. We will be covering two topics from two presenters – we’ll … 

 

More than 100 people joined MidoNet Community Event in Tokyo

Three months after Midokura open-sourced MidoNet, we had our first MidoNet community event in Tokyo on February 16th.  The first part of the event was for MidoNet users and the second part was for developers.  The event was a huge success with 100+ people, great discussions, and of course, sushi & beer. The user event opened … 

 

IRC chat has moved to Slack

Hey Midos, We recently made a decision to move our public chat channels away from freenode IRC, over to Slack. You can immediately sign up for our public Slack team at https://slack.midonet.org. Midokura started out using IRC long ago, and moved to more modern chat based systems awhile ago and never looked back. Slack has …