Reasons to choose an open source solution vendor

Posted 29 Jul, 2020 by Daniil Baturin

Let's examine why it makes no economic sense for open source solution vendors to mistreat their users and why you may want to choose an open-source solution.

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VyOS Project June 2020 Update

Posted 16 Jul, 2020 by Daniil Baturin

Another hot summer for the project. We added Fastnetmon to the rolling release. You also can use VyOS as a console server. More partnerships! More python!

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VyOS News Digest June

Posted 3 Jul, 2020 by Yuriy Andamasov

Fresh releases, long-awaited decisions, and unexpected resolutions from the vast leading companies, strategically important VyOS solutions.

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Growing VyOS community and project side by side

Posted 1 Jul, 2020 by Daniil Baturin

Some numbers and pictures. Awareness is something we should definitely improve for the VyOS project. You can participate! Join us!

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Telemetry poll results and their implications

Posted 14 Jun, 2020 by Daniil Baturin

The results and our thoughts in this post about our recent poll regarding telemetry. Thanks for your participation!

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Anonymous stats collection from VyOS routers: we need your opinions!

Posted 29 May, 2020 by Daniil Baturin

usage statistics and telemetry were always controversial topics, the VyOS project need such info. Cast your vote on the topic.

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VyOS Project May 2020 Update

Posted 26 May, 2020 by Yuriy Andamasov

MACsec, New NAT implementation based on nftables and long-expected support for DHCPv6-PD, HTTP API improvements and more

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Images for labs, geeks and other non-production use

Posted 12 May, 2020 by Daniil Baturin

Everyone who becomes Patron on Patreon or BuyMeACoffee member will receive access to LTS release images.

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VyOS Foundation Announcement

Posted 10 May, 2020 by Yuriy Andamasov

The next step in the VyOS project evolution. A governing organization that consists of community members

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Is VyOS CLI fast yet?

Posted 8 May, 2020 by Daniil Baturin

One of the worst performance problems of the rolling release is fixed, now boot time and commit performance are nearly as good as in 1.2.x.

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