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ZeroTierOne - A Smart Ethernet Switch for Earth

  •    C++

ZeroTier is a smart programmable Ethernet switch for planet Earth. It replaces the physical LAN/WAN boundary with a virtual one, allowing devices of any type at any location to be managed as if they all reside in the same cloud region or data center. All traffic is encrypted end-to-end and takes the most direct path available for minimum latency and maximum performance. The goals and design of ZeroTier are inspired by among other things the original Google BeyondCorp paper and the Jericho Forum.

Weave - Simple, Resilient Multi-host Docker Networking

  •    Go

Weave is a simple, portable and reliable way to network and manage containers and microservices. It provides a simple and resilient network for your application that is portable across data centers and public clouds. Weave Net creates a virtual network that connects Docker containers across multiple hosts and enables their automatic discovery.

openvnet - Data Center Level Virtual Network Toolkit based on Edge Overlaid Network using OpenFlow 1

  •    Ruby

OpenVNet is what you would call a network hypervisor. A network hypervisor provides a layer of abstraction on top of existing network hardware. Network engineers become able to create any network topology that they have in mind, without taking the existing hardware into account. If you have any questions about OpenVNet or just want to hang out, don't hesitate to contact us on the Wakame Users Group.

TupleNet - TupleNet is a lightweight tool for building virtual-networking

  •    Python

TupleNet is a system was built base on OVS, it leverages Geneve tunneling to construct virtual networking on physical networking. Anyone can use TupleNet to run an efficient and agile virtual networking easily. Like Flannel and Calico the architecture of Tuplenet is base on Database. Etcd play a role of brain, and each compute-node has a TupleNet instance which utilizes OVS to construct virtual networking.

SDN-Datacenter - Making a software defined datacenter

  •    Python

Deploying a Software defined network(SDN) on a physical hardware consisting raspberry pi. Performing network slicing and further installing firewall as a service on the sliced network. The deployed single physical network which contains two types of traffic : Type-1 (Faculty) and Type-2 (students). The Type-1 traffic gets higher bandwidth and lower delays and goes through relaxed firewall rules while Type-2 gets smaller bandwidth per user and best effort delays and restricted rules through firewall.

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