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  • Data Plane Development Kit (DPDK) 16.11 & 17.02 New Features Data Plane Development Kit (DPDK) 16.11 & 17.02 New Features Tim O’Driscoll, Product Marketing Manager for DPDK, Intel Recorded: Feb 22 2017 46 mins
    This webinar will describe the new features introduced in the two most recent DPDK releases: 16.11 which was released in November 2016, and 17.02 which is due for release in February 2017.
  • Building an NFV Enabled SDWAN Solution with Intel & Happiest Minds Building an NFV Enabled SDWAN Solution with Intel & Happiest Minds Dharmraj Jhatakia, General Manager – DCT, PES and Purnendu Ghosh, Associate Architect- PES both with Happiest Minds Recorded: Feb 9 2017 40 mins
    This webinar will provide you with practical and technical insights that provide a holistic picture of the emergence of SD-WAN and showcase some of its most compelling use-cases. We will also touch upon how Happiest Minds has architected and implemented this solution on Intel platforms using DPDK on Intel Atom based CPE as well as Intel XEON based NFVI running various VNFs like Firewall, IPS, IDS, Antivirus et al. This SDWAN and CPE solution using DPDK and Intel chipsets provides unmatched flexibility that can help transform expensive and inflexible wide area networks to being cost effective, agile, intelligent and feature rich.
    The session will enable the audience to understand the various deployment topologies and the services that can be provisioned using NFV & SD-WAN and also discern the significant components which enable the entire solution to comply with SLAs similar to current deployments with physical network functions.
  • How Distributed Systems Define the New Era of IT Security How Distributed Systems Define the New Era of IT Security Marc Woolward, CTO, vArmour and Sab Gosal, Segment Manager, NPG, Intel Recorded: Feb 8 2017 55 mins
    The digital economy is built upon distributed systems. Distributed systems scale horizontally, interconnect via APIs, and are highly resilient. The security solution for this digital economy needs to be equally distributed and capable of scaling  out across the multicloud.

    The world has changed – the perimeter is disappearing alongside an explosion of internal threats. The imperative is to wrap security controls around assets so that environmental changes do not expose critical assets that need protection at all times. Security requirements have changed from the legacy appliance model to the modern distributed model.

    In this Webinar, we will discuss how modern software architectures solve today’s security challenges – particularly in addressing complexity, scaling across the multicloud, innovating new controls, and providing visibility into application requirements and relationships

    Intel x86 and virtualized platforms offer ubiquitous, fast, cost efficient solutions, allowing for deep packet processing at high speed and rapid deployment of new features in software. These platforms are unconstrained by the limitations of specialist hardware, ‘appliance thinking', and network technology posing as security products – Welcome to the new era of IT security, enabled by Intel and vArmour.
  • Enabling 5G - Computing capability at Mobile Network Edge Enabling 5G - Computing capability at Mobile Network Edge Anurag Agarwal, Solution Architect, TCS Recorded: Feb 1 2017 43 mins
    Mobile-edge Computing provides a highly distributed computing ecosystem that can be used to deploy applications and services with complex computing capabilities in close proximity to RAN, thus improve quality of service.

    TCS's EdgeNode Server is an ETSI architecture compliant Mobile-edge computing framework which uses existing IT infrastructure to deploy services and applications at RAN edge. It provides Policy based Framework, SDK support for application development, application mobility, subscription based radio network parameters, High Availability, management interface and multiple-RAT deployment scenarios.
  • Iricent APNOS – Software Defined LAN using OpenDaylight Iricent APNOS – Software Defined LAN using OpenDaylight Damian Murray – Sales Director and Rory Mac Hale – CTO, Iricent Recorded: Jan 31 2017 54 mins
    Iricent’s APNOS is an OpenDaylight based SDN application which enables users to take advantage of feature rich networking and security functionality without having to care about the complexity of the underlying technology or the costs of pre-SDN / NFV solutions. Developed in house and delivered as a service, APNOS key differentiator is its ability to provide a complimentary revenue stream for service providers targeting enterprise customers.

    During this webinar, we will outline the main features of the APNOS SDN application and elaborate on the role of the OpenDaylight controller. We will also discuss the use cases for APNOS in the network, including the automation capability the application can provide when in learning mode. Finally we will provide some detail on the future plans including the ability to deploy APNOS as a VNF and the potential for APNOS to meet the demands that IoT deployments are expected to create.
  • What's New In Red Hat's Cloud Infrastructure Stack What's New In Red Hat's Cloud Infrastructure Stack George Drapeau Director, Partner Solutions & Technology, RedHat Recorded: Dec 19 2016 40 mins
    In this webinar, we'll cover the latest updates in Red Hat OpenStack releases 9 and 10, and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.3. We'll discuss these components and how they play into Software Defined Infrastructure, key features in RHOSP and RHEL, and the technical value proposition offered by the interplay between these two platform products. We'll also touch on features specifically benefitting Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV). Finally, we'll touch on the support in RHEL 7.3 for the Internet of Things (IoT), along with Red Hat's middleware product line.
  • Intel and Affirmed Networks: The Journey towards Cloud Native Network Functions Intel and Affirmed Networks: The Journey towards Cloud Native Network Functions Petar Torre, Intel; Ron Parker, Afirmed Networks Recorded: Dec 14 2016 49 mins
    We’ll explain root causes for challenges observed by communication service providers (CommSPs) in software architectures while on-boarding typical virtual network functions (VNFs).

    CommSPs are seeking more “Cloud Native” architectures including:
    1. Granular software releases and simplified software upgrades,
    2. Increased scalability
    3. Increased resiliency

    Affirmed Networks will give examples of how proper “Cloud Native Ready” architecture supports increased scaling, resiliency and software agility.
  • Using Deep Packet Inspection, Semantic Awareness to Implement Zero Trust to IoT Using Deep Packet Inspection, Semantic Awareness to Implement Zero Trust to IoT Alexander Müller, Product Manager DPI, Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity ipoque Recorded: Dec 13 2016 44 mins
    The Internet of Things (IoT) will provide a wealth of information that will enable us to collect, understand and process data in real-time. This new form of M2M interaction will be partially enabled through SDN/NFV. Networks in Telecoms and other enterprises will now become connected to legacy hardware through IoT ready Telematics platforms. Securing this new technology is imperative in maintaining and protecting the network. In this webinar we will discuss how to make the network ready for IoT and explore the relation between IoT and SDN/NFV:
    • Introduction to IoT
    • The impact of SDN on IoT
    • Securing brownfield IoT deployments (e.g. Industrial Control Systems (ICS) & Telematics platforms)
    • Where and when protection is required in the network
    • Using DPI to understand communicated data
  • 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.

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