Open Architecture for Branch Services in the Cloud and on Premises

Presented by

George Hamilton,; Noel Charath,; Lakshmi Sharma, Sr. Director of Product Management

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Join this webcast to learn how to seamlessly deploy and orchestrate virtual network functions and services for the branch as both cloud-based and on-premises solutions. You’ll discover how easy it is to operationalize new service offerings and create a path to cost savings, rapid service monetization, and competitive differentiation. and Brocade have collaborated to integrate the Brocade Vyatta Network Operating System, deployed as a Virtual Network Function (VNF) Platform, with RIFT.ware’s network service orchestration capabilities (NFV-O). This combination creates an on-premises branch services solution (vCPE) and cloud-based service. The webcast will discuss best practices and feature a demo that will show: • How Brocade and RIFT.ware jointly deliver a robust and scalable solution for operators to deploy virtualized network services for vCPE in the cloud and customer premises. • How RIFT.ware and Brocade work together to deploy Vyatta Network OS as a VNF and VNF platform. • Details on why an open architecture approach to interfaces is critical to ensure interoperability and rapid operationalization of services.
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