Brocade shares their experiences in service roll-out, the complexities of building into an orchestration and SDN architecture and grappling with SD-WAN, security services and traditional enterprise applications.
These new networks need to handle more traffic, support more distributed environments, and adapt to the demands of new users and applications. They have to be less expensive to build, easier to manage, and more adaptable to meet specific end-user and application demands. The only way to meet all these requirements is to move from a traditional static networking topology, to a more flexible architecture that encourages the rapid introduction of new services, and allows dynamic adjustments to respond to user needs.
Over the last three years, Brocade has been deploying vCPE and NFV solutions to carriers around the world. Through this session, they share their experiences in service roll-out, the complexities of building into an orchestration and SDN architecture and grappling with SD-WAN, security services and traditional enterprise applications.
With Brocade’s Open vCPE Architecture, all networks layers are open, programmable, automated and integratabtle to ensure organizations can select the network capabilities they need to support their service portfolio. No longer is there a reliance on costly, proprietary hardware or a deep dependency on a specific vendor and their timelines. Instead, decomposed service elements enable network producers and consumers to easily deploy and combine different elements to solve their specific problems.
Download a copy of the “2016 Virtual Edge Expanding: vCPE & SD-WAN Report” and watch the ‘Building the Service-Defined Network’ webinar below.
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