Join us: Best practices for successfully deploying network functions virtualization

No doubt, the network functions virtualization (NFV) and software-defined networking (SDN) market is fast-growing and much of its early growth is being driven by communications service providers who are making the technologies part of their strategic priorities. In fact, Technology Business Report estimates the NFV and SDN market will reach as much as $158 billion by 2021. To get the most out of NFV, join us at this year’s Red Hat Summit, May 2-4 in Boston, for a presentation on best practices for successfully deploying NFV.

Service providers are using NFV to transform their legacy IT operations—built with traditional, proprietary hardware—into more flexible, scalable infrastructures—built with open source solutions—that are more efficient, agile and cost less to operate. However, the need to accommodate a wide range of potentially conflicting performance and reliability requirements on the same platform can be complex.

In this interactive session, led by two Red Hat experts in NFV and CSPs—Julio Villarreal-Pelegrino. principal cloud architect, and Rimma Iontel, senior architect (NFV), you’ll discover a holistic approach to creating a successful NFV architecture from infrastructure to orchestration to the application itself. You’ll walk away with best practices and a greater understanding of platform features and tools that contribute to service assurance, performance, manageability, and operability

We hope you can join us for the presentation, which will be held Tuesday, May 2, 10:15 a.m. – 11 a.m., in the Services Showcase, Exhibit Hall A, during the Red Hat Summit at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.

 

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