Who is using Traffic Control?
Comcast Cable is the original developer of Traffic Control and is using it for all it’s IP video delivery, delivering images and software to it’s X1 platform, and for delivering third party content to it’s footprint.
Cisco has a product called Open Media Distribution that is based on Traffic Control.
Concurrent has a product that uses Traffic Control, see their github page for more info.
Qwilt has a product called Open Edge CDN that is based on Traffic Control.
How do I get help with Traffic Control?
Join us at
#traffic-control on the ASF Slack or send your questions to our mailing list. Slack is usually the best forum for quick Q&A type issues – like when you are getting a Traffic Control CDN up and running or if you have a question about configuration. Any discussions that could potentially lead to decisions being made about the project – like a new feature – should happen on the developer mailing list-.
How do I get involved with the development of Traffic Control?
What is Rascal?
Rascal was the original name for Traffic Monitor. You will sometimes still see this name in the source, or in older documents.
What is the CCR?
CCR was the original name for Traffic Router. You will sometimes still see this name in the source, or in older documents.
What is Twelve Monkeys?
Twelve Monkeys was the the original internal name for Traffic Ops. You will sometimes still see this name in the source, or in older documents. It’s also a good movie.
What license is Traffic Control released under?