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HPE NFV for Dummies Chapter 5: Considerations When Transforming to an NFV-Enabled CSP Infrastructure
In NFV for Dummies Chapter 5 presented by Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), Melody Howard Yuhn, HPE’s manger of sales enablement for NFV, covers what communication service providers (CSPs) need to consider before beginning their network functions virtualization (NFV) journey.
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NFV for Dummies Chapter 5 looks at the many opportunities and benefits NFV brings to the table while shedding light on why some CSPs are reticent to bring NFV to their businesses. Melody discusses the important factors to account for when planning an NFV deployment. NFV for Dummies Chapter 5 includes:
- The maturity of virtualized applications
- Deployment locations
- Scalability and performance expectations
- Service levels
- Openness with NFV layers
- Operations support and orchestration
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