SD-Fabric is a complete P4 programmable networking fabric. The stack enables programmers to execute custom forwarding logic in performant networking hardware, making it possible to implement features that would otherwise consume expensive compute resources.
SD-Fabric creates an Ethernet fabric optimized for edge application out of a collection of switches. SD-Fabric uses SDN control to convert a spine-leaf assembly of switches into what appears to be a single routing instance to all hosts and routers connected to the fabric. SD-Fabric also enables fine-grained measurement through the use of INT services, and is iteratively integrating network verification and closed-loop control capabilities coming from project Pronto research.
Learn more about SD-Fabric here: https://opennetworking.org/sd-fabric/
Read the recent press release: https://opennetworking.org/news-and-events/press-releases/onf-announces-new-sd-fabric-project-an-open-source-full-stack-programmable-network-fabric-for-hybrid-cloud-edge-cloud-5g-and-industrial-iot/
While the SD-Fabric project does not have an official Technical Steering Team (TST) yet, here are some key people to contact in the SD-Fabric team. For technical questions and discussion, we highly recommend posting to the mailing lists, where the entire community can benefit from the answer.
To receive access to any of the below resources that are currently ONF member-only, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request access (NOTE: please refer to the Licensing Notice above first)
To contribute to SD-Fabric, both individuals and companies are required to submit a Contributor License Agreement (CLA).
For up-to-date documentation on the architecture, capabilities, and instructions to deploy and use SD-Fabric, please refer to the official documentation:
The code repos can be found at :
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