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Neutron

Networking

About this project

OpenStack Neutron is an SDN networking project focused on delivering networking-as-a-service (NaaS) in virtual compute environments.

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84% of deployments using this project in production environments. View Details
10 software development kits (SDKs) support Neutron View Details
Neutron is included in the install guide. View the install guide
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Neutron follows standard deprecation View details
Neutron supports minimal cold (offline) upgrade capabilities View details
Neutron supports minimal rolling upgrade capabilities View details
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is maintained following the common Stable branch policy
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Are vulnerability issues managed by the OpenStack security team?
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Deployment Team

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PTL for Latest Release

Miguel Lavalle

Huawei, Senior Software Architect

OpenStack Profile

Miguel Lavalle is a core team member of the Openstack Neutron project and has been the PTL during the Queens, Rocky and Stein cycles. Over the past 5 years, he has made contributions to the L3 agent, Tempest testing of Neutron, integration of Neutron, Nova and Designate, Routed Networks and more recently, participated in the development and testing of multiple port bindings. At Huawei, he is a member of the OpenStack Upstream Development team, focused on contributing code to the Neutron project.

Miguel lives in Pflugerville, TX, with his wife Beatriz and their Beagle Toto. He is an avid gliders pilot, having accumulated more than 700 hours of flight time, most of them in cross country tasks in his Jantar Standard 3. When not coding or flying, he enjoys swimming and yoga.