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TeraFlow H2020 - a project partially funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme - finished on 30th June 2023, but TeraFlowSDN goes on!!!

TeraFlowSDN is one of the first open-source, micro-service based, cloud-native and carrier-grade SDN controller capable of integrating with current NFV and MEC frameworks as well as to provide revolutionary features for both flow management (service layer), and network equipment integration (infrastructure layer), while incorporating ML-based security and PDL-based forensic evidence for multi-tenancy.

The source code of the first version of the TeraFlowSDN Controller is publicly availably for download and installation at the GitLab repository under Apache2 license:

TeraFlowSDN Controller

  • The Problem
    Current solutions consist of monolithic software core that can synchronize with other deployed SDN controllers through specific protocols.
  • Ambition
    Implementing a clear path to introduce the TeraFlowSDN deployments into operators’ networks
  • Innovation
    TeraFlowSDN is one of the first of a new type of secured cloud-native SDN controllers that will radically advance the State-of-the-Art in software-defined network.
  • Why TeraFlow?
    TeraFlowSDN follows a cloud-native architecture with stateless micro-services which interact with each other to fulfil network management tasks
  • Our approach
    TeraFlowSDN promotes open competition and innovation in two key market segments: transport network devices and network applications
  • Technology
    TeraFlowSDN uses open and standard APIs enabling transport network abstraction and vendor-agnostic programmability

TeraFlow proposes a new Transport SDN architecture enabling an open environment for network applications and devices using full standard interfaces with container-based services which are deployed as microservices and managed on elastic infrastructure through agile DevOps processes and continuous delivery workflows.