At last week’s Software-Defined Data Center Symposium, data-center SDN dialogue hit a high point. Engineers, product managers, and end users alike discussed networking architecture, network virtualization, software-defined networking (SDN) enterprise challenges, and more importantly, the impact SDN will have on companies with its promise to bring agility to the network.
Tomorrow, on Sept. 20, SDNCentral’s DemoFriday™ will feature a Juniper Contrail SDN demo showcasing how software defined networking enables an elastic cloud deployment using SDN with network virtualization to orchestrate compute and networking. This is the type of nugget we’re pointing to when we talk enabling SDDCs and a software-defined future.
Join tomorrow’s webinar to see the Juniper Contrail SDN demo with Cloudscaling share with you a turnkey implementation of the Open Cloud System (OCS) providing interoperability with Amazon Web Services (AWS). What will make this particularly cool is that Parantap Lahiri, senior director of engineering at Juniper and Azmir Mohamed, vice president of product management at Cloudscaling, will walk you through the real-time setup and operation of a multi-tier web application using the Juniper Contrail SDN software. They will present the actual integration of Cloudscaling with the Juniper Contrail SDN solution to show service provisioning, SDN security and service chaining.
Without further ado and with a restrained use of buzzwords, I invite you to join us tomorrow for a demo that promises to deliver a hefty serving of information on the joint elastic cloud-solution as well as a welcome mat for you to ask questions of the panelists.
Please register now for your login credentials to Friday’s demo. Looking forward to you joining us!