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  • F5 Big IP iSeries Leveraging Key Intel platforms and Technologies F5 Big IP iSeries Leveraging Key Intel platforms and Technologies Benito Lopez, Senior Manager, F5 Networks; Godfrey Tan, F5 Networks Recorded: Nov 29 2016 38 mins
    The BIG-IP iSeries (Shuttle) is one of the largest product launches for F5 Networks one the key customers for the Network Platforms Group at Intel. F5’s Big IP iSeries leverages key Intel platforms and technologies to support ever growing business models and challenges in cloud and network transformation. Come see how F5 hardware plays an important role for new application deployment architectures and why the BIG-IP iSeries with Intel inside is a pivotal enabler for enterprises and service providers as they merge their architectures with the cloud. Learn the key details of this exciting lineup to help your customers and partners understand how the BIG-IP iSeries can help them tackle the challenges of changing priorities and environments.
  • Leveraging Intel’s GPU and MSDK for NFV Migration & Multimedia Applications Leveraging Intel’s GPU and MSDK for NFV Migration & Multimedia Applications Avi Fisher CEO SURF Communication Solutions Ltd. Recorded: Nov 15 2016 57 mins
    The telecom landscape is changing rapidly thanks to the increase in media-centric target applications and services. To meet these requirements, Enterprise IT, service providers and telecom operators are pivoting to virtualized servers, including NFV.

    In this free webinar, learn how a layered software architecture better leverages the advantages of the MSDK/GPU, including HD 4K resolution, H.265/HEVC, increased server capacity and a reduction in energy consumption. SURF-HMP is the first integrated multimedia transcoding platform to optimize Intel’s MSDK/GPU for voice, video and signal applications.
  • Open vSwitch with DPDK in OVS 2.6.0 Open vSwitch with DPDK in OVS 2.6.0 Ian Stokes, Software Engineer, Intel Recorded: Nov 11 2016 38 mins
    Recent contributions to the Open vSwitch open source project have enabled further DPDK software accelerations in the datapath. The Open vSwitch 2.6.0 release provides users with a performant software dataplane for Network Functions Virtualization (NFV).

    Many important enhancements were made to the DPDK-enabled datapath in the Open vSwitch 2.6.0 release. In this presentation, Ian and Ciara will describe several of these enhancements, including:
    • Ingress & Egress Qos
    • Jumbo frames support
    • DPDK 16.07 Support
    • vHost NUMA Awareness
    • vHost User Client-Mode & Reconnect
  • Building Best-In-Class SD-WANs with Intel Compute Technology Building Best-In-Class SD-WANs with Intel Compute Technology Vijay Sagar - VP of Product Management, CloudGenix Recorded: Nov 8 2016 45 mins
    More is being asked of the enterprise WAN than ever before—providing direct connectivity to the cloud, understanding what applications are and how they are performing, and providing security functions in a cost-effective fashion all the way to the branch. Traditional ASIC-based WAN architectures, while providing excellent forwarding performance, lack the flexibility to adapt to the needs of the enterprise WAN both today and in the future. This webinar will address the key architectural benefits of Intel architectures and how they can enable next generation SD-WANs, as well as the benefits that end customers can realize including lower acquisition cost, faster service enablement and lowest ongoing total cost of ownership.
  • Enabling a Software Life Cycle for IoT Devices: From CPE to Enterprise Gateways Enabling a Software Life Cycle for IoT Devices: From CPE to Enterprise Gateways Manik Taneja Product Manager, Ubuntu Core Recorded: Nov 1 2016 58 mins
    Most embedded devices today never see a software update once shipped from the factory. Even if a software update is available, it's still very cumbersome to apply. More often than not, the update process is riddled with artifacts relying entirely on the end consumer. Given the complexities of keeping/maintaining the device, it's no surprise that adding to it capabilities with new software is challenging.
    In this session, we are going to introduce novel ways to manage a device life cycle. This new paradigm of software design enables transactional updates, application isolation and security as fundamental building blocks.
  • ADLINK Launches New Open Modular Architecture for COTS Platform ADLINK Launches New Open Modular Architecture for COTS Platform Jeff Sharpe, Senior Product Manger, ADLink Recorded: Oct 25 2016 53 mins
    Vendors of traditional ICT hardware are challenged with integrating new applications in a short time-to-market solution. Even minor modifications can require extensive resources. Cloud computing answers the challenge with interoperable standards: flexible, on-demand resources that allow the interchange of system modules for processing, data transfer and storage.
    This webinar will introduce ADLINK’s vision for the transformation of ICT infrastructure to a more flexible, open design with Modular Industrial Cloud Architecture (MICA).
  • Using Intel ONP & Intel Networking Enhancements to Develop vCPE use-case Using Intel ONP & Intel Networking Enhancements to Develop vCPE use-case Max Kaminskiy, CTO, Co-Founder, Brain4Net Recorded: Oct 18 2016 54 mins
    During past decade the world had gone through the technological evolution of modern networks from purpose built equipment to SDN/NFV concept using virtualized network functions running on COTS servers. Such development significantly changed technical and economic aspects of services provided by telecom operators.

    Brain4Net’s approach assumes that vCPE is not just VNF in the Cloud or On-Premise device. It’s the comprehensive CSP service that engages connectivity in Metro Network, physical and virtual network infrastructure within Data Center, Cloud environment, and Lifecycle Service Orchestration. The following webinar will discuss the overall vCPE architecture and how to improve virtual network performance using Intel’s Enhanced Platform Awareness and Brain4Net’s own OpenStack networking improvements.
  • Using Enhanced Platform Awareness to Deploy Cloud Based Business Services Using Enhanced Platform Awareness to Deploy Cloud Based Business Services Nick St.-Pierre, Sandvine Recorded: Oct 11 2016 36 mins
    Sandvine will be presenting how it's accelerating and facilitating Cloud based business services rollouts with carriers worldwide with the use of Openstack and Enhanced Platform Awareness capabilities to optimize platform utilizations. The webinar will cover the underlying NFV infrastructure design typically seen in production environments, and how individual VNF requirements are provisioned with Enhanced Platform Awareness. The session will cover VNF deployment and orchestration via Openstack, how to address hardware dependencies and asymmetric loading of compute nodes for DPDK usage, and the use of PCI Passthrough when scheduling compute resources.
  • Open Disaggregated Telco Cloud using OpenStack - Is it a Telco's Pipe dream? Open Disaggregated Telco Cloud using OpenStack - Is it a Telco's Pipe dream? Bala Pitchaikani, Telco Cloud Strategy, Mirantis; Deepak Rana, Network Systems Technology, Intel Recorded: Oct 5 2016 49 mins
    You know the Telco technology landscape is changing, and you don't want to be left behind. So what do you do about it? In this webinar, we'll look at the realities of creating distributed Telco clouds, and what they mean to you today, and in the very near future. You will benefit from this webinar if you: (i) Hear some of these buzzwords: NFV, SDN, ETSI, OPNFV, OpenStack, MANO, Orchestrator, Distributed NFV, ODL, ONOS, CORD, VNF, NFVI, or VIM, (ii) Are puzzled by all the hype, considering the fact that production deployments by Telcos are few and far between, (iii) Wonder if (and how) a Carrier-Grade Cloud OpenStack Solution can be delivered, (iv) Want to know the best way to characterize and run workloads in a Telco Cloud, (v) Want to learn how to characterize, test and size a Telco Cloud using these new buzzwords
    [Note: This webinar goes deep into the technical underpinning of an end-to-end solution, so be ready to be drenched with lots of details in a short period of time. We will try to do follow-on single-subject sessions based on your feedback, so come prepared with your questions and suggestions.]
  • Hardware Load Balancers Don’t Cut It Any More – Why? What Should You Do? Hardware Load Balancers Don’t Cut It Any More – Why? What Should You Do? Ashish Shah, Director of Products, Avi Networks Recorded: Oct 4 2016 60 mins
    Enterprises are increasingly focused on driving automation with the flexibility of private and public clouds and modern application architectures. Legacy application delivery controllers (ADCs) rely on proprietary appliances with custom ASICs to meet performance requirements driving up costs without addressing next generation computing needs. Significant performance improvements achieved on Intel architecture servers now enable industry leading ADC performance on standard bare-metal servers. It is time to rethink L4 – L7 services for today’s applications.

    In this webinar jointly presented by Intel and Avi Networks learn how with the right architecture, software-defined application services on standard Intel architectures deliver superior performance at the best price / performance ratio. Learn how you can finally go beyond table stakes load balancing and static hardware appliances to:

    - Use Webscale IT principles and software load balancers to achieve the best performance
    - Autoscale load balancers and applications on-demand with no manual intervention
    - Troubleshoot gnarly application issues within a minute
    - Take advantage of multi-cloud environments with central management
    - Eliminate overspending on ADCs and lower your TCO by more than 70%