Dent Network Operating System Targets Edge Deployments


Version 3.0 of Dent was released in April with significant improvements.

The open source Dent network operating system is aimed at making edge and enterprise deployments more efficient, reports Sean Michael Kerner.

“Dent is not just an operating system, but it’s a whole ecosystem, that includes software, it includes hardware, we have a number of manufacturers, we also have to have some silicon providers,” said Michael Lane, principal technical program manager at Amazon, at the recent Open Source Summit.

The newest release of Dent (version 3.0) was released in April and introduced “support for the IEEE 802.1x protocol, for access control and authentication,” Kerner says.

Read more at SDxCentral.



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