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Intel Network Builders

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  • Secure your investment with Intel® QuickAssist Technology!
    Secure your investment with Intel® QuickAssist Technology!
    Edward J. Pullin, Product Marketing Manager, Intel, and Mark A. Chambers. Product Marketing Manager, Intel Recorded: Feb 14 2019 45 mins
    Cybersecurity is a conversation without compromise. Our data is an extension of ourselves. Our client’s data is data in our care.
    We exist in a paradigm where our business requires a robust security architecture woven into the fabric of our Networks, Storage, Big Data, Enterprise and Cloud configurations.
    As the amount of information we manage multiplies exponentially, it is becoming increasingly challenging to ensure our structures are robust enough, processes nimble enough, and data protected enough to stave off cyber-security threats.
    Hactivists, Activists and Nation States are well organized and funded around the globe. Their illegal hacking activity is a constant threat to our infrastructure that requires architectures and support to maximize our protection.
    Intel® QuickAssist Technology (Intel® QAT) accelerates Crypto Ciphers, Hash, Public Key Cryptography, Key Protection and Compression/Decompression so that your architecture has the protection, performance and latency to secure your information, and provide an agile response to threats.
  • Containerized Workloads on Industry-Standard Hardware and Software for Telco
    Containerized Workloads on Industry-Standard Hardware and Software for Telco
    Nathan Rader, Director of NFV Strategy, Canonical Recorded: Feb 12 2019 30 mins
    The growth path for operators lies beyond legacy VNF models into cloud-native, container-based microservices architectures to meet requirements for 5G and beyond. In this webinar, we will walk you through:
    • Infrastructure implications: Understanding VNF, virtual machines, Openstack and containers
    • Redevelopment path of VNF for containers
    • Laying the groundwork for container technology: proactive planning and prep
    • The impact of containers on strategy for 5G, edge computing, AI, and blockchain
    • Components for core certifications, portability and kubernetes distributions
    • Use cases and deployments
  • Kubernetes and Network Function Virtualization (NFV): Friends or Foes?
    Kubernetes and Network Function Virtualization (NFV): Friends or Foes?
    Kuralamudhan Ramakrishnan, Senior Software Engineer, Intel Recorded: Feb 7 2019 45 mins
    Kubernetes is typically used to run workloads of production web applications at massive scale. While NFV control plane functions are similar to the usual k8s workloads, data plane functions differ greatly and require special attention in order that the capabilities of k8s can be extended to support NFV use cases.
    This work spans k8s resource management and networking to support NUMA, CPU pinning & isolation, hugepage memory, node feature discovery, multiple networks and high performance network i/o with SR-IOV, Device Plugins and user space networking(DPDK, OVS-DPDK & VPP). This talk will discuss these efforts and their current status and provide an opportunity for those interested to learn more about joining the effort to further these solutions upstream.
  • Opening a World of Visual Innovation
    Opening a World of Visual Innovation
    Craig Hurst Director of Software Strategy, Visual Cloud Division, Data Center Group, Intel Recorded: Jan 29 2019 52 mins
    What is the Visual Cloud and how are cloud based workloads evolving. In this course we will explore Intel’s approach to supporting the Visual Cloud via an open source collection of frameworks and libraries that support four core building blocks that build the five key visual cloud workloads.
  • Next Generation Central Office for Network Transformation
    Next Generation Central Office for Network Transformation
    Amy Chang, QCT/ Ulysses Lu, QCT/ Purvi Thakkar, Intel Recorded: Jan 8 2019 42 mins
    QCT is going to hold an NGCO launch event together with Intel and 10 VNF partners. In the NGCO event, QCT together with solution partners are going to elaborate the achievements which are building for next-generation central office and how to proceed next step for fixed & mobile convergence for the future 5G. This webinar is going to present a preview of NGCO launch event and how Intel® Select Solutions add value.
  • Flexible Service Orchestration for converging Core and Edge Networks
    Flexible Service Orchestration for converging Core and Edge Networks
    Shay Naeh, Cloudify; Petar Torre, Intel, Telco Lead Architect Recorded: Dec 18 2018 61 mins
    Diverse environments between CommSP IT, Core and Edge networks require flexible orchestration to implement multiple design principles from Telco over IT to cloud native. Solving orchestration and platform requirements for edge computing is critical from very small sites to much bigger ones. We will explore much better business and service agility for more performance and cost-optimized Intel(R) Architecture platforms.
  • Optimizing Data Plane intensive NFV workloads on VMware vCloud NFV and Intel®
    Optimizing Data Plane intensive NFV workloads on VMware vCloud NFV and Intel®
    Jambi Ganbar, Sr. Technical Solutions Manager NFV Ready Program, VMware and Petar Torre, Intel Lead Telco Architect Recorded: Dec 11 2018 61 mins
    Intel and VMware will explore the impact of NFV Infrastructure on VNF Data Plane performance. We will explain the correct hardware design and then discuss the optimal use of VMware vCloud NFV to achieve high throughput and low latencies. This will be excellent opportunity to learn about Data Plane HW configurations with Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processors and Intel® Ethernet Adapters 710 Series, as well as VMware’s latest vCloud NFV OpenStack Edition 3.0 and NSX.
  • VMware NSX and Intel: Getting the Most Out of Your Infrastructure
    VMware NSX and Intel: Getting the Most Out of Your Infrastructure
    Bob Ghaffari, Director, Intel & Calvin Chai, Director, VMware Recorded: Dec 4 2018 48 mins
    In today’s world of applications, dynamic workloads, and software-defined technologies, performance matters more than ever. Metrics like latency, availability, throughput, and processing power are all critical to designing a hyper-converged, software-based data center. Intel and VMware have been actively collaborating on technologies optimized for network workloads, and helping customers build solutions for enterprises of all sizes. In this session, we will explore how VMware, Intel, and customers are building multi-cloud networking solutions that combine all the speed and agility of the software experience with VMware NSX, together with platform benefits such as, Intel ISAs, DPDK, QAT.
  • Enabling Edge to Cloud Computing with Supermicro’s uCPE Intel Select Solution
    Enabling Edge to Cloud Computing with Supermicro’s uCPE Intel Select Solution
    Mory Lin, DIrector, Embedded System Product, Supermicro Recorded: Nov 27 2018 45 mins
    Accelerate and transform computing convergence at the edge using software-defined networking (SDN) hardware and infrastructure solutions from Supermicro and Intel. Universal customer premises equipment (uCPE) is an emerging category of network functions virtualization (NVF)-based edge computing and service provisioning systems. This new generation of systems provides network platform suppliers, systems integrators and software vendors the ability to quickly deliver managed services using software-driven and virtual network functions (VNFs). Intel® Select Solutions are verified hardware and software stacks that are optimized for specific software workloads and are designed to be easy to deploy. Join us on this webinar to learn how Supermicro’s verified Intel® Select Solutions for uCPE are enabling customers in their deployments.
  • Future-Proofing the Performance and Reliability of the Content Delivery Network
    Future-Proofing the Performance and Reliability of the Content Delivery Network
    Jeff Geiser, VP, Solutions Engineering & Colin Rasor, Director, Technical Management, Verizon Digital Media Services Recorded: Nov 13 2018 46 mins
    Ensuring the success of a website is a critical task for employees throughout an organization. With over 200 million active websites online today, even the slightest issue with speed, reliability or uptime can have a negative impact on sales, viewership, customer engagement, and brand loyalty. Many organizations now utilize a content delivery network (CDN) to help maximize site performance and reliability. However, as the web landscape continues to quickly evolve, these organizations will need to constantly assess site metrics to remain competitive and keep site visitors satisfied and engaged.

    Attendees of this webinar will learn the following:
    •Key metrics and what to look for when evaluating CDN providers
    •Internet trends: mobile vs. desktop and the proliferation of video
    •Common use cases around improving page load performance, scaling globally while keeping costs low, and API protection and acceleration

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