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  • SDN NFV World Congress - Virtual Panel Discussion
    SDN NFV World Congress - Virtual Panel Discussion
    Alan Burkitt-Gray Recorded: Sep 5 2018 61 mins
    Industry updates, challenges or big issues coming up in the next 3-6 months in the SDN NFV environment.

    Alan Burkitt-Gray will be moderating the panel discussion with Marc Cohn (VP Product Management, EnterpriseWeb), Emir Halilovic (Principal Analyst, Global Telecom Technology and Software, GlobalData), Dan Pitt (Senior VP, MEF) and Sue Rudd (Director Service Provider Analysis, Strategy Analytics)
  • NFV License Management: Why We Need to Solve It Quickly
    NFV License Management: Why We Need to Solve It Quickly
    Don Clarke (Chair of ETSI NFV Network Operator Council) & Abinash Vishwakarma (Leader of ETSI NFV License Management) Recorded: Apr 18 2018 62 mins
    As service providers progress towards network virtualization, the hot topic of NFV license management becomes critical to solve. In our increasingly software world, volumes of VNF instances - from many vendors - can be instantiated anywhere on demand. ETSI and TM Forum understood this need and have been instrumental in accelerating standardization in this area. In this webinar, experts Don Clarke (Principal Architect for Network Technologies at CableLabs and Chair of the ETSI NFV Network Operator Council) and Abinash Vishwakarma (Senior Member of Netcracker’s CTO group and Leader of the ETSI NFV License Management activity) will explain the motivation for service providers to quickly develop standardized methods for NFV License Management and describe the fast progress the standards groups are making.
  • The Winners - Best Technology Innovation Program
    The Winners - Best Technology Innovation Program
    Srilakshmi Valisammagari, Senior Technologist, Verizon Recorded: Mar 13 2018 44 mins
    Enabling a simple, visually oriented platform that customers can use to design and order complex network services is very important strategy to drive digital transformation and meeting demands for superior customer experience. Verizon Service Designer, Intuitive Visual Design tool, is a cornerstone Strategy for Enterprise customers.

    - It as a unified portal to create, maintain, manage large complex E2E network designs for legacy, Wireless, IOT, SDN/NFV Network services.
    - Manages lifecycle from service design to configuration by tying together BSS and OSS stack by abstracting away complexities.
    - Improves Network Agility through on demand creation and consumption of network services.
  • The Winners - Zero-Touch Operations = Extreme Automation
    The Winners - Zero-Touch Operations = Extreme Automation
    Dave Duggal, Founder and CEO, EnterpriseWeb Recorded: Mar 8 2018 61 mins
    Zero-touch is the latest initiative to emerge from the Carrier Virtualization movement. Zero-touch suggests “hands-free” operations, what Cloud-folks refer to as “NoOps”. While NFV & SDN based services are intended to liberate CSPs from the bounds of physical infrastructure, however the highly-dynamic environments they will create will move too fast for human decision-making and intervention. To ensure that Zero-touch is more than a buzz word will require sophisticated autonomous systems and seamless interoperability to handle service requests and respond to network events in real-time.

    This webinar will feature a presentation by Dave Duggal, founder and CEO of EnterpriseWeb, which won a Layer 123 “Network Transformation Award” for Interoperability at the SDN & NFV World Congress in October. EnterpriseWeb is an innovative startup that offers a framework for extreme automation. Their suite of Cloud-native products provide for secure, scalable, zero-touch operations with policy-based management.

    The webinar feature a product demonstration showing how customers using EnterpriseWeb can onboard any heterogeneous VNF or PNF, compose them into any arbitrary Network Service, and deploy them with any diverse target environment (multi-VNFM, multi-Cloud, multi-VIM) – with no manual coding! The demo will go on to show how their software dynamically responds to events and how services can be reconfigured using simply Metadata.
  • The Winners - Culture & Diversity
    The Winners - Culture & Diversity
    Ian Mounsey, Principal Domain Expert, Technology Strategy, Telstra Recorded: Feb 13 2018 60 mins
    Discover how Telstra has leveraged the development and deployment of an open source software based national SDN & NFV network to spearhead the transformation of its engineering and operation teams and their methodologies.
  • The Winners - Best Open Source Development
    The Winners - Best Open Source Development
    Francisco-Javier Ramón - Chair, Open Source MANO Recorded: Jan 23 2018 60 mins
    ETSI Open Source MANO (OSM) is a collaborative open community focused on delivering an open source Management and Orchestration (MANO) stack aligned with ETSI NFV Information Models. As an operator-led community, OSM is offering a production-quality open source MANO stack that meets the requirements today and in the future for competitive, commercial NFV networks. Since its inception in February 2016, OSM has grown to encompass almost 80 organizations and three releases.
  • The Winners - Best New Security Solution - Multi-protocol Signaling Firewall
    The Winners - Best New Security Solution - Multi-protocol Signaling Firewall
    Pieter Veenstra, Senior Manager Product Development – Security and Routing, NetNumber Recorded: Dec 19 2017 55 mins
    The NetNumber Multi-protocol Signaling Firewall is the industry's most comprehensive signalling firewall, providing protection for all signalling protocols including SS7, Diameter, SIP, HTTP and DNS/ENUM. As these firewall applications can be combined seamlessly with other NetNumber applications such as an STP, DSC, HSS or HLR on the same TITAN platform, telecom operators have an unprecedented level of multi-protocol signaling protection, flexibility and operational uniformity in a platform that can reduce Opex/Capex costs and improve efficiency.
  • Cognitive Networking in a World of NFV/SDN
    Cognitive Networking in a World of NFV/SDN
    Steven Teitzel - Global Solution Executive, Network & OSS Transformation; Denis Murphy - Offering Manager IBM Cloud Recorded: Nov 28 2017 42 mins
    NFV/SDN creates a need for a new way of enabling the operations of the lifecycle of services in a hybrid network. We already know that manual operations in a physical world won't scale. However automation, through simple scripting of manual operations, also won't be able to scale to meet the needs and all the variations that could occur in a hybrid network of virtual and physical components. The ability to automate through machine enabled automation is required, combined with operations that utilize cognitive computing to outthink the network. Join us as we overview cognitive networking in a world of NFV/SDN.
  • Common API for NFV Interop
    Common API for NFV Interop
    Uwe Rauschenbach (Nokia), Jong Hwa Yi (ETRI) & Ernie Bayha (Ericsson) Recorded: Jun 27 2017 62 mins
    This webinar introduces the ETSI Family of Common NFV APIs that enables a modular and extensible framework for automated management and orchestration of VNFs and network service (NS) within an Interoperable Ecosystem. This webinar will cover VNF lifecycle management operations and related use cases – onboarding, operation, instantiation, scaling, etc. and detail the new ETSI API specifications that permit NFV Orchestration and Interoperability.
  • Vodafone Ocean: Updates, Challenges and Next Steps
    Vodafone Ocean: Updates, Challenges and Next Steps
    David Amzallag, Head of Network Virtualization, SDN and NFV, Vodafone Recorded: Oct 5 2016 60 mins
    SDN World Congress Keynote

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