Open Disaggregated Telco Cloud using OpenStack - Is it a Telco's Pipe dream?

Presented by

Bala Pitchaikani, Telco Cloud Strategy, Mirantis; Deepak Rana, Network Systems Technology, Intel

About this talk

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.]

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