Hot on the heels of 3.6, team PNDA has cranked out 4.0! As you might guess, 4.0 is a major release containing a number of new features, improvements and bug fixes. Multi-user awareness, resource management & security In preparation for upcoming work on PNDA security, right across the platform, we've introduced multi-user awareness where previously … Continue reading PNDA 4.0 Lives!
PNDA 3.6 lives! Team PNDA is very happy to announce the release of PNDA 3.6, which introduces three major new features: Modular PNDA CLI The PNDA CLI is a new repo that offers an used to execute operational tasks on PNDA clusters. The vision for this sub-project is that it eventually replaces all the individual … Continue reading Happy new year and PNDA 3.6 as a gift !
Team PNDA is very happy to announce the release of PNDA3.5, which introduces three major new features: Offline installation In many PNDA deployment environments, there is no direct internet access hence we have added support for offline installation, where PNDA is created from a mirror of the required software. In addition, the PNDA Guide has … Continue reading PNDA 3.5 lives!
How to contextualise streaming events with PNDA Often, to do meaningful analytics on data you need to decorate an input event stream with additional information looked up from another data store. In this post I will discuss a design pattern for doing such a task on PNDA. This will provide an efficient implementation of a … Continue reading Decorating a high velocity event stream with contextual information – on PNDA
https://www.pexels.com/photo/brown-and-white-grizzly-bear-148182/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_panda - The red panda (Ailurus fulgens), also called the lesser panda, the red bear-cat, and the red cat-bear, is a mammal native to the eastern Himalayas and southwestern China. It has reddish-brown fur, a long, shaggy tail, and a waddling gait due to its shorter front legs; it is slightly larger than a … Continue reading Introducing Red PNDA – a PNDA platform for development, demonstration and education
Great deck by Steve Collins at ONUG: https://www.slideshare.net/StephenCollins35/a-framework-for-infrastructure-visibility-analytics-operational-intelligence
If you're at OPNFV summit in Beijing this week and want to understand more about how Project Bamboo is bringing PNDA to OPNFV, or how PNDA can be used to apply big data analytics to NFV in general, Donald Hunter #theotherdonald, is there for team PNDA. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a meetup.