Tune In: Fast, available and secure application delivery in telco NFV environments

Many telecommunications service providers are moving toward network function virtualization (NFV) as a way to implement flexible, scalable and secure application delivery. A move toward NFV means that software, rather than hardware, will be the deciding factor in the network performance of applications. We’ll be covering these topics and detail a combined, integrated solution offered by Red Hat and F5 Networks in an October 6 webinar delivered by Sandro Mazziotta, director of NFV product management at Red Hat and Paul Pindall, senior solution architect at F5 Networks.

Layer 7 application delivery in an NFV form-factor is critical in the overall network stack. Scale and performance of software-based application delivery controllers (ADCs) is crucial to a fully virtualized telco CSP environment. To solve for these needs, Red Hat and F5 Networks have a combined, integrated solution with Red Hat OpenStack Platform and F5 Network’s BIG-IP NFV offering that provides telco CSP customers with the flexible, scalable, and secure NFV solution stack they need.

In the webinar you will learn:

  • How certified Red Hat and F5 Networks OpenStack solutions assure customers that their solution will perform and scale.
  • Why F5 Networks is a leader in virtual application delivery controller performance.
  • About HEAT automation and integration into leading Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) platforms like OpenShift.
  • Review future state architectures including integrated light-weight ADCs combined with high-performance ADCs at the edge.

We hope you’ll join us Thursday, October 6 at 11 a.m. EDT (8 a.m. PDT)!

 

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