Open Source Networking Days


Bay Area

Date: Thursday, November 1, 2018
Location: Intel
SC12 Auditorium
3600 Juliette Lane
Santa Clara, CA 95054


Open Source Networking Day (OSN Day) Bay Area is an one-day mini-summit hosted by AT&T and Intel, and co-organized by Open Source Networking User Group Bay Area and Out of the Box Network Developers, 2 local leading groups in open source networking ecosystem. This event will feature keynotes and technical deep-dives from global leading service providers, technology innovators, open source communities and standards forums, attendees will hear from a roster of business leaders and expert speakers on the state of the industry, the projects of the open source networking stack and their use cases, the business opportunities enabled by network transformation, and how to get involved in open source communities as well as get connected with local user group and developer group in Bay Area. Hands-on breakout sessions provide the developers with seasoned tutorials and trainings on those cutting-edge open source networking technologies.

There is no cost to participate in Open Source Networking Days. If you are unable to attend, please let us know by 08:00 PST on October 25.


SC12 Auditorium
3600 Juliette Lane
Santa Clara, CA 95054

Driving Directions

From Highway 101, take Montague Expy Exit; take left to Mission College Boulevard, then take left to Juliette Ln. Intel SC12 Building is conveniently located on the right.


Self-parking is recommended in Intel Parking Garage B, and attendees can walk across street to SC12. Intel Parking Garage B is located at Intel RNB, 2200 Mission College Boulevard, Santa Clara, CA 95054. Please refer to Intel Mission Campus Map, including SC12 and Parking Garage B.

Public Transportation

Train- CalTrain runs a Mission Shuttle between Lawrence CalTrain Station and Intel Campus, including a stop at SC12.

Bus- VTA Bus Lines 60, 140, 321, 330 and 827 (ACE Yellow Shuttle) stops in Mission College Boulevard @ Juliette Ln, followed by a 5-minute walk to SC12.

  • Bus Line 140 connects BART in Fremont.
  • Bus Line 827 connects VTA Light Rail and ACE train station in Great America.

For more information such as route map, schedule, fares etc., please visit: (1) ACE: ; (2) BART: ; (3) CalTrain (4) VTA

Airport Information

Norman Y Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC)
5 miles and 10 minutes by car in normal traffic. Taxi cost is about $25.
From SJC Airport, take Highway 101 North to Montague Expy Exit; take left to Mission College Boulevard, then take left to Juliette Ln. Intel SC12 Building is conveniently located on the right.

Local Hotels

Santa Clara Marriott
2700 Mission College Blvd
Santa Clara, CA 95054
(408) 988-1500

Biltmore Hotel and Suites Santa Clara Hotel
2151 Laurelwood Rd
Santa Clara, CA 95054
(408) 988-8411

Avatar Hotel
4200 Great America Pkwy
Santa Clara, CA 95054
(408) 235-8900

Hilton Santa Clara
4949 Great America Pkwy
Santa Clara, CA 95054
(408) 330-0001

Available speaker slides are posted below. Additionally, a folder containing the slides and videos are available for download.

9:00 AM Opening Remarks
9:10 AM Keynote 1– Arpit Joshipura, General Manager, Networking Linux Foundation Arpit_Joshipura-OSN
9:40 AM Perfect Storm for Software ReliabilityDavid Lu -Vice President, D2 Platform and Systems Development, AT&T David_Lu-OSN
10:10 AM Edge: Tomorrow’s Network Today Tim Labatte -Senior Software Director, Intel Tim_Labatte-ARIAL
10:40 AM Coffee Break
11:00 AM Keynote 4 Guru Parulkar –  Executive Director, ONF and ON.Lab BayArea-Keynote-4-1100-Guru_Parulkar-ONF-intro-Intel-workshop-Nov-2018
11:30 AM Hyper-Scaling NFV and Getting a Competitive Edge– Christos Kolias – Principal Research Scientist, Orange Silicon Valley 
12:00 PM Open-source Ecosystem-Based China Mobile Next-Gen Network Infrastructure–  Dr. Tianji Jiang, Senior Architect, China Christos_Kolias-micro-VNFMobile Tianji_Jiang_OSN_China.Mobile
12:30 PM Lunch Break

2:00-4:00pm Parallel Sessions

Plenary Sessions
2:00 PM Overview of the Tungsten Fabric Project and How to Get Started as a Developer Marc Rapoport, Senior Product Line Manager, Contrail BU, Juniper Marc_Rapoport-Juniper-Getting started as an Upstream Contributor
2:30 PM ONAP Orchestrated CCVPN Use Case Chaker Al Hakim – Technical Executive Director, Huawei Chaker_Al_Hakim-CCVPN Usecase -OSN
3:00 PM Current and Future Use Cases of OpenDaylight– Abhijit Kumbhare, TSC Chair, OpenDaylight and Principal Architect, Ericsson Abhijit_Kumbhare-OSN
3:30 PM OpenDaylight: Enabling 5G though Cloud Native Telco Architecture Edgar Lombera- VP of Technology, Lumina Networks Edgar_Lombera-OSN Days Lumina 5G Microservices

Breakout Sessions . 2:00-4:00pm

  • OPNFV+ONAP Hands-on Breakout- Track Chair: Amar Kapadia
  • ODL+K8S Hands-on Breakout-Track Chair: Prem Sankar Gopannan
  • Breakout-Track Chair: Sujata Tibrewala

4:00 PM Closing

Event Co-Host


In Partnership With

LF Networking

Tungsten Fabric