We are happy to announce that Inango was officially designated as a Yocto Project Participant. This is a result of our hard ongoing work and expertise knowledge in Yocto Project, with many bugs fixed and Inango private layers introduced. Kudos to the team!
Find us on Yocto Project Participants page.
As active ONOS code users, Inango engineers presented a proposal to ONOS team that addresses packet loss issues under heavy loads in all current ONOS implementations. The proposal was met with real interest and we are in the process of submitting the code for ONOS acceptance testing.
The presentation video is available on the ONOS YouTube channel.
Inango is proudly announcing their Virtual Services product: a service delivery platform enabling Service Providers to offer an unlimited range of end-user services in a way that is fast, cost-effective and extensible.
Virtual Services offers a consistent, fast and scalable way for Service Providers to deploy their services offerings, taking full advantage of the routers yet avoiding their limitations. Offerings can grow continually and they can support a network of different routers transparently.
A new practical article from one of our technical leaders on how to locate potential issues in a huge amount of any
C code by emitting relevant custom warning messages.
Inango Systems announces the release of Inango Toolbox, a suite of integrated software development tools enabling companies to speed up their software development process to drive faster time to market while keeping tight control on features, versions, work tasks and their statuses.
Inango Toolbox covers all aspects of the software development cycle, from design, bug and feature tracking, code reviews, version control to continuous integration. The tools are integrated via scripts and add-ons developed by Inango Systems. They may be used for internal development teams as well as for external partners or customers to track issues that are of interest to them.