ICT and telco companies are increasingly evaluating open source technology as they consider recasting their infrastructures to cloud, software defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV). For some, the transformation has begun, but others are just getting started. We shared some of the basics of building a telco cloud using open source software in one of our Red Hat webinars. Want to know what they are? Read on.
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Just yesterday, at the Open Networking Summit 2016 hosted by the Linux Foundation, Red Hat was in the exhibit hall with a demonstration of a highly available OpenDaylight (ODL) platform running on OpenStack. ODL, by the way, is an open source, modular software-defined networking (SDN) platform for networks of any size and scale and is a collaborative project of the Linux Foundation. Lucky me—I got to see first-hand the demo as well as the conference—and wanted to share with you all some of the highlights from the Summit.
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Open source technology is at the heart of Red Hat, but so is open source management. Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst recently spoke with TIA Now at Mobile World Congress about this concept and how Red Hat has implemented open source within an organizational structure as a way to maximize innovation potential. Check out the video interview and learn more about Jim’s book The Open Organization, including video summaries of each chapter.
Are you looking to modernize your platform and reduce costs by adopting open source software? Are you intrigued by the network functions virtualization (NFV) revolution? Tune in to our March 17 webinar to learn how to how to build a complete cloud, from storage and operating system to cloud platform and cloud management, on open source software.
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