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|Authentication, Authorization and Accounting (AAA) ODL Project||Link|
|MD-SAL||The Model-Driven Service Adaptation Layer (MD-SAL) is message-bus inspired extensible middleware component that provides messaging and data storage functionality based on data and interface models defined by application developers (i.e. user-defined models).||Link|
|ODL Root Parent||Link|
|Controller||OpenDaylight Controller is Java-based, model-driven controller using YANG as its modeling language for various aspects of the system and applications and with its components serves as a base platform for other OpenDaylight applications.||Link|
|BGP LS PCEP||The OpenDaylight controller provides an implementation of BGP (RFC 4271) as a south-bound protocol plugin and a north-bound REST/JAVA API.||Link|
|LISP Flow Mapping|
|OVSDB Integration||The OVSDB project of OpenDaylight provides southbound plugins to manage OVS devices.||Link|
|TransportPCE||TransportPCE primary function is to control an optical transport (WDM or OTN) infrastructure using a non-proprietary South Bound Interface.|
Currently, the project supports NETCONF devices relying on the OpenROADM MSA specifications.
|NetVirt||Netvirt is a Network Virtualization application developed on Opendaylight consisting of modular sub-services such as L2(ELAN), L3(L3VPN), ACL, NAT, DHCP, IPv6 Control and more.||Link|
|Plastic||Plastic is a model-to-model transformation library supporting northbound and southbound payloads||Link|
|Integration/Distribution||The project to integrate artifacts from all Java-based ODL projects into a common Karaf distribution.|
Packaging and Deployment support, including packages (RPMs), configuration management tools (Ansible, Puppet) and pre-built images (containers, Vagrant base boxes).
|Integration/Test||Project for all the system test code and system test tools (test tools that are specific to ODL but not specific to a particular ODL project and do not need to concern themselves with changing internal APIs of an ODL project|