can anyone please provide the link for opendaylight ebooks or tutorials for an end to end understanding of it.
Ebooks , case studies or use case scenarios .
As the other answers suggests there are many Tutorials, wiki articles, How-To guides, Youtube videos, Blogs, Technical articles, etc... all covering various aspects of OpenDaylight...
But unfortunately, there isnt a single living document that is formatted in a easy to read (e)Book that covers all aspects of Opendaylight (for a particular release). The closest that is getting now are the Release documents that covers User-Guide, Configuration Guide and other Technical documents contributed by individual projects.
I personally have been thinking of an Open-Source book with contributions from various community members, formatted as a eBook which can be easily consumed by experts and n00bs alike. It will be a living document and will not be outdated through the releases and can be versioned / tagged / branched based on a particular release as well.
ask.opendaylight.org is not being used by many in the community. But still, we can try to see the interest based on up-voting this answer to understand the interest in such an approach. If there is a reasonable interest, we can take it to the next level
Followings are the blogs that I would recommend :
You could follow the the some projects on github for application development:
You can start with installation https://wiki.opendaylight.org/view/Release/Hydrogen/Base/Installation_Guide and then running OpenDaylight (ODL) using Eclipse IDE and tracing the debugger what is really going on inside the code.
If you are trying to get start with OpenDaylight then check out this video tutorials: http://www.opendaylight.org/blogs/2014/06/video-playlist-opendaylight-developer-tutorials
Hopefully, this can be a good start and yes post here any questions community can help you with you problems.
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