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ODIN (Open Data Center with an Interoperable Network)

ODIN (Open Data Center with an Interoperable Network) is a reference architecture that describes best practices for creating a flat, converged, virtualized data center fabric based on open industry standards.  

ODIN is organized into a series of documents, each of which deals with a key aspect of data center  networking.

This was last updated in March 2013

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