HPE, OpenDaylight Project/Linux Foundation and SDxCentral hosted two recent breakfast roundtables at SDN and OpenFlow World Congress and OpenDaylight Summit. Participating in these roundtables were visionaries, thought leaders, deployment experts and on-the-ground network engineers who are trying to transform today’s networks and infrastructure into the virtualized, agile, and scalable infrastructure of tomorrow.
In this exclusive webinar brought to you in collaboration between HPE, OpenDaylight/Linux Foundation and SDxCentral, Roy Chua of SDxCentral and Prodip Sen (CTO NFV) of HPE summarize the highlights and key takeaways from lively roundtable discussions and shed some light on real-world experiences in the deployment of SDN and NFV.
If you’re involved in evaluating, buying and deploying SDN and NFV solutions, and you missed the roundtables, then you don’t want to miss this webinar!
Download the HPE Roundtable Discussion white papers from both OpenDaylight Summit and SDN & OpenStack World Congress now!
Watch the HPE Roundtable Discussions webinar and learn what your peers shared from their personal experiences and gain new insights on topics including:
- Hot SDN challenges and trends
- Overlays and underlays – challenges, what’s happening, how to reconcile
- Federated controllers and hierarchy
- Orchestration and SDN
- Open-Source and Monetization
- Timely and pertinent NFV topics
- Orchestration and MANO – ECOMP, Open-O, OSM – what to think, how to approach
- Challenges with multi-vendor today
- Licensing and costs
Benefit from real-world information shared by some of the world’s largest and most innovative operators, early deployment experts and leading vendors in SDN and NFV ecosystems. Again, if you missed attending these in-depth roundtable discussions at these two recent events, sign-up today for this webinar where we’ll provide you with a recap of the key conversations from our discussions.
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