Video: Ericsson SDN Controller Webinar: Software-Defined Agility
Alongside the launch of the SDxCentral’s SDN Controller Report, we are excited to team up with Ericsson, a leading software-defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV) vendor, for a first hand analysis of the work they are doing to make SDN a reality for service providers. We take a look at their products and their pre-integrated solutions in an exciting webinar highlighting service provider SDN.
Ericsson invites us to think more holistically when we apply the concepts of SDN to service provider networks. We are invited to move past the most commonly talked about use cases for SDN. Doing so demands that we think about a logically centralized control plane that spans over both the data center and the WAN. This also requires orchestration that covers both physical and virtual network infrastructure with the ability to expose service capabilities directly to applications, enterprises, and residential consumers.
This Ericsson SDN Controller Webinar aims to help learn more about:
- The place of SDN in operationalizing NFV
- The dissociation of services and physical constraints as the foundation of true network agility
- How Ericsson is able to cover both the data center and the WAN orchestration
IT executives, cloud architects, and network architects at a service provider considering a comprehensive commercial SDN and NFV solution will find great value in this webinar presented by Ericsson’s Director of Product Marketing Bala Thekkedath.
The links below will take you to the many resources made available during the Ericsson SDN Controller Webinar, including the webinar Q&A.
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