It will be interesting to see how functional FBOSS itself is, when Facebook releases it via OCP as an open product (if i understand correctly).
If it's an OS with a Thrift API for the network ASIC and not much more, then it's not a lot of use. Or will it come with controller software too?
I'm also assuming that in terms of Wedge itself, Facebook is releasing the design specifications rather than planning to enter the white-box switching market, so even once released, somebody now has to build and sell it (unless you are in the mood to build your own switches as well as code for them?)
It does sound very cool though. If we can understand what this really means to use as consumers of network hardware, that would be nice.