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Disaggregated Routers for Internet Peering with Exaware

Why does disaggregated routing make sense for internet peering? Internet peering is a critical component of every telecom network, connecting its users with the wider world and providing access to global content for all customers on the network. Having reliable hardware, powered by a robust and scalable software Operating System such as ExaNOS is key to ensuring a fully functional internet peering system.

While incumbent network equipment manufacturers insist on you purchasing high-end, expensive routers for peering, the transition to disaggregation offers you a cost-effective alternative, allowing for the use of entry level whitebox routers, with the capability to hold peering traffic at scale.
Recorded Jul 29 2021 45 mins
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  • Disaggregated Routers for Internet Peering with Exaware Recorded: Jul 29 2021 45 mins
    Barry McGinley (EPS), Ben Afshari (Exaware)
    Why does disaggregated routing make sense for internet peering? Internet peering is a critical component of every telecom network, connecting its users with the wider world and providing access to global content for all customers on the network. Having reliable hardware, powered by a robust and scalable software Operating System such as ExaNOS is key to ensuring a fully functional internet peering system.

    While incumbent network equipment manufacturers insist on you purchasing high-end, expensive routers for peering, the transition to disaggregation offers you a cost-effective alternative, allowing for the use of entry level whitebox routers, with the capability to hold peering traffic at scale.
  • Disaggregated Routers for Internet Peering with Exaware Recorded: Jul 12 2021 45 mins
    Barry McGinley (EPS), Ben Afshari (Exaware)
    Why does disaggregated routing make sense for internet peering? Internet peering is a critical component of every telecom network, connecting its users with the wider world and providing access to global content for all customers on the network. Having reliable hardware, powered by a robust and scalable software Operating System such as ExaNOS is key to ensuring a fully functional internet peering system.

    While incumbent network equipment manufacturers insist on you purchasing high-end, expensive routers for peering, the transition to disaggregation offers you a cost-effective alternative, allowing for the use of entry level whitebox routers, with the capability to hold peering traffic at scale.
  • Automating Distributed Data Centers with Controllerless SDN & Open Networking Recorded: Jul 12 2021 55 mins
    Barry McGinley (EPS), Mike Capuano (Pluribus Networks)
    Data center operators, whether xSP or enterprise, typically already manage multiple data centers today. With corporate acquisitions this can increase the number of data centers under management - whether on prem or in colocation facilities. Furthermore, the number of data centers will likely continue to increase as edge compute moves from the investigation and design phase into production. In this webinar we will address how software defined networking (SDN) automation combined with open networking can provide a cost effective and operationally scalable approach to running a multi-site data center network.
  • An Exploration of Data Center Network Automation Recorded: Jul 12 2021 41 mins
    Barry McGinley (EPS), Mehdi Abdelouahab (Apstra),
    Apstra empowers enterprises to dramatically simplify the deployment and operations of networks whilst simultaneously reducing the cost of open networking solutions. Apstra delivers AOS, an automation platform focused on solving modern data center networking challenges, with continuous validation of the design, deployment & operations across many switching hardware and software choices, including Edge-core Networks, SONiC, Arista, Cisco, Cumulus Networks, Juniper, and Open Source offerings.
  • Data Center Solutions: Open Networks Recorded: Jul 7 2021 46 mins
    Robert Lancaster and Mark Fagan
    Legacy data center architectures have been pushed to a breaking point with cloud computing, big data, virtualization, and more. With so many options now dominating the market, it’s time for a new approach to network design and management.
  • How to Simplify Chip-to-Cloud Security for my IoT Devices Recorded: Jun 17 2021 65 mins
    Brian Colgan, EPS Global • Chris Jones, Crypto Quantique • Kimberly Dinsmore, Renesas
    A practical guide to implementing seamless, scalable security for your connected devices.

    IoT devices are inevitably exposed to risk when connected to the Internet. But from the chips inside your devices to the cloud server, Internet or on-premise applications they connect with, there are proven components, tools and methodologies to mitigate the risks across the supply chain. During this webinar, we will demonstrate how Crypto Quantique’s security platform, combined with Renesas Secure Crypto Engine technology and EPS Global’s secure provisioning services can simplify the implementation of seamless security over the lifetime of a product, from chip-to-cloud.

    Three industry experts will show you how to cut the cost and complexity of IoT edge-to-cloud connectivity, and how to introduce best practices for secure management of your IoT networks by answering these questions and many more:

    • What are the risks involved in the Internet of Things?
    • Why, if I’m designing an IoT product, should I add the cost and complexity of security into my devices?
    • How do I implement seamless security throughout the supply chain – in design, production and in the field?
  • Data Center and Service Provider Solutions with IP Infusion Recorded: May 13 2021 45 mins
    Barry McGinley, EPS Global; Craig Schaefer, IP Infusion; William Graves, IP Infusion
    Disaggregation has become a staple in today's data centers. Service Providers and Telcos are rapidly catching up and driving multiple use cases to take advantage of open networking. IP Infusion is at the forefront of this movement with two dynamic NOS options:

    • OcNOS (Open Compute Network Operating System)
    • DANOS Vyatta Edition (DVe) via our exclusive global partnership with AT&T

    About This Webinar
    • Disaggregated Cell Site Gateways are critical to 5G
    • Managed Services can be made more profitable with SD Open Edge (uCPE)
    • Operators can increase bandwidth for the lowest cost per bit with Open Packet Optical Solutions
    • We'll also briefly explore IPI's data center capabilities, representing certainty amidst an evolving industry landscape. Please join us!
  • How Service Providers are Using DCSGs to Build Flexibility into their Network Recorded: Apr 22 2021 48 mins
    Ray Chang, Director of Research & Development, UfiSpace; and Barry McGinley, Systems Engineer, EPS Global
    About this Webinar:

    This webinar will provide insight into why telecom service providers are beginning their open disaggregation journey at the cell site with disaggregated cell site gateways and the benefits achieved by doing so. Additionally, this webinar will delve into how disaggregated cell site gateways are being utilized by going into some use cases from telecom deployments.


    In this webinar you will learn:

    • Why the cell site gateway is the best place to begin disaggregating your network
    • What are the options available for implementing a cell site gateway router
    • How other telecoms are using the cell site gateways in their network
    • What are the benefits and value gained by telecoms using the DCSG

    Who should attend:

    Service Providers, Network Architects, Network Engineers, NOS Vendors, Resellers/VARs who focus on open disaggregated solutions
  • The Importance of Automating your Test Lab Recorded: Mar 10 2021 49 mins
    Krishna Khandavilli, Technical Product Manager, Pluribus Networks; Barry McGinley, Systems Engineer, EPS Global
    In pandemic environments like COVID-19, having a lab automation solution to remotely setup & configure lab networks is a key tool for business continuity. However the benefits do not end there, as a test lab automation solution reduces testing costs while at the same time accelerating the introduction of new products and services - providing measurable value to the business.

    About this Webinar:
    This webinar will review how you can automate your hardware test lab so it can be managed remotely 24/7 from anywhere in the world via a novel, software-defined and non-blocking layer 1 switching matrix based on disaggregated switching platforms. Attend this webinar to get an overview of this highly innovative and cost-effective approach to test lab automation that uses commodity white box Ethernet switches to deliver a flexible and scalable VirtualWire fabric for software defined test lab automation.

    In this webinar you will learn how to:
    • Speed up time to service and reduce opex with remote software reconfiguration of your lab topology
    • Reduce CapEx with commodity white box switches instead of proprietary Layer 1 switches
    • Share test ports across labs to improve the ROI on expensive test generators
    • Increase efficiency by sharing resources across multiple geographically diverse lab locations
    • Mix media and port speeds to increase flexibility and reduce the need to buy dedicated ports


    Who should attend:
    Lab Managers from Service Providers, Enterprise and public sector institutions who want to automate their test labs and Resellers/VARs who focus on disaggregated switching solutions and/or test lab automation.
  • Unboxing Open Networking - The Hardware Within Recorded: Feb 25 2021 44 mins
    Barry McGinley Systems Engineer, EPS Global; Łukasz Łukowski Vice President Sales and Channel EMEA at Edgecore Networks
    There's many benefits of Open Networking: reduced network equipment expenses, greater and enhanced network services, automated and accelerated provisioning, no vendor lock-in, and reduced operating expenses. But what does the infrastructure actually look like under the hood?

    The growth of cloud computing and the IoT, along with the rise of open-source technologies and communities, is transforming how IT is developed, delivered, and used by businesses and consumers. Public and private cloud data centers of all sizes are being deployed with a network fabric built from open leaf and spine switches, with open software platforms on top that allow them to unlock the benefits of open networking: increased choice, freedom and control, plus a lowered TCO.

    Agenda:

    • Unboxing Open Disaggregated Networking
    • Who are Edgecore Networks?
    • Evolution of the Hardware
    • Contributions to the OCP
    • The Edgecore Lab
    • Open Communities & Cross Pollination
  • Secure by Design: Identity, Provisioning and Automation is the Key to IoT Recorded: Feb 24 2021 45 mins
    Brian Colgan, EPS Global; Kamal Khan, Intrinsic ID; Rob Dobson, Device Authority
    Join an expert panel as we discuss what secure by design really means for IoT – throughout the supply chain. We’ll look at IoT device security including operational security management, zero touch provisioning, and automated device quarantining.

    Are you building a new connected product, solution or service? How can you ensure trust is built in from the beginning?

    Are you confident that the supply chain and device programming is secure? i.e. provisioning of firmware?
  • Edgecore SONiC Solutions for Open Networking in the Cloud Recorded: Feb 11 2021 52 mins
    Barry McGinley - EPS Global | Michael Ward - Edgecore Networks | Steve Helvie - Open Compute Project
    Join our panel of industry experts as we take a refreshing look at the state of the open networking industry and where SONiC fits in.

    SONiC has been production-hardened in the data centers of some of the largest cloud-service providers, allowing them to share the same software stack across hardware from different switch vendors, but is now being widely adopted outside of the hyper-scale data center environment due to the ever-increasing feature set. Developed by Microsoft and gifted to the Open Compute Project (OCP), it also offers stability in the dynamic landscape of open software vendors.

    Use cases include:
    • Scalable L3 Fabric Underlay
    • Network Fabric Underlay for VMWare® deployments (NSX, ESX, vSAN)
    • Multi-tenancy with VxLAN & eVPN

    Edgecore Networks, the world leader in open networking, offers commercial support and solutions for a qualified Enterprise SONiC distribution on their switch platforms, tailored to the needs of today's Data Centers where the ability to rapidly scale out the data center fabrics is a must.

    What you will learn:
    • The State of Open Networking 2021
    • Origins of SONiC & why the market needs it
    • Edgecore SONiC Solutions overview
    • Use Cases: Where SONiC fits, and where it doesn’t!
    • Leveraging the OCP Ecosystem to engineer a higher performance, cost-effective network
    • Q & A with expert panel

    Speakers:
    Barry McGinley - Systems Engineer, EPS Global
    Michael Ward - VP Business Development, Software - Edgecore Networks
    Steve Helvie - VP Channel Development, Open Compute Project
  • Bare Metal Basics: The Beginnings; Hardware; Software; and Use Cases Recorded: Jan 26 2021 28 mins
    Barry McGinley, Systems Engineer, EPS Global
    Open Networking has been around for a long time, first adopted by hyperscalers to avail of the centralized network management, CapEx and OpEx savings, but mainstream adoption is accelerating as customer motivations are stronger and the barriers to entry are lower.

    Imagine you could build a cost-effective network that was half the price to deploy and even cheaper to manage. A network that was more agile than your present proprietary one, and easier to automate, scale, secure, provision and upgrade.

    Bare-Metal Basics is the first in a series of webinars, where EPS Global will walk you through how you can make this network a reality.

    What you will learn:

    • The beginnings of Bare-Metal
    • OCP, ONF, and TIP
    • Bare-Metal, Whitebox and Brite-Box
    • Open Networking Operating Systems Software
    • Use Cases: Datacenter; Carrier; Campus

    This is a replay of a webinar previously presented in March 2020.
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