NFV Orchestration with OpenStack Tacker
Attendees will learn about the capabilities and flexibility of Tacker and how they can be used in conjunction with OpenStack as an effective platform for NFV and not only as a general workload virtualization platform.
Tacker, an OpenStack project based on ETSI MANO architecture is intended to standardized and permit open communities to develop NFV MANO applications to manage VNFs. Brocade’s demo will give an overview of Tacker concepts, show it in action deploying VNFs, show health monitoring analytics, and automatic redeployment of event failures. Additionally, get key insights about use cases and most importantly, the business relevance and value of Tacker to today’s service providers.
If you are a virtualization admin, an OpenStack user, a network engineer, or an orchestration user/developer, or if you are simply curious about what the future of NFV holds in store, you owe it to yourself to watch the NFV orchestration with OpenStack Tacker webinar.
Brocade’s Bob Smith, a 19 year industry expert and Principal Systems Engineer to learn about new insights and thought leadership regarding the value of NFV, network transformation, and to see OpenStack Tacker in action. Come away with a better understanding of best practices and use cases for modernizing your existing network or for exploring new business development opportunities for your customers’ networks.
Watch the full recording, download the presentation slides, and don’t forget to check out the other HPE/Intel OpenNFV Ecosystem webinars!
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