Learn how to transform and simplify your network infrastructure while potentially lowering capital investments with network virtualization.
The Evolution to the Virtualized Edge
When it comes to on-site network infrastructure, many organizations still rely on proprietary equipment and have to wrestle with the labor-intensive task of configuring diverse, specialized appliances to add network functionality. Network virtualization changes this traditional model and can help companies simplify their environment while meeting the site-specific needs of different business locations. Building on a mutual strategy of delivering solutions that simplify network management, AT&T and Juniper are working together to offer a cutting-edge virtualization solution to make your IT more flexible and your business more agile.
Roopa Honnachari, industry director and leader of the Business Communications Services practice at Frost and Sullivan, covers industry trends and insights into NFV. Rupesh Chokshi, Assistant Vice President of Product Management at AT&T and Paul Obsitnik, Vice President of Portfolio Marketing at Juniper Networks explore how your business can deploy software-controlled virtualized network functions quickly and easily.
Download the AT&T ‘Virtualized industry standard network hardware means deployment speed and flexibility’ device brief.
During the webinar, you’ll learn how to:
- Increase Flexibility – Obtain ability to quickly deploy, configure and modify your choice of multiple functions with scaling and management options.
- Increase Agility – Easy deployment and turn-up with software-controlled configuration and master service orchestration.
- Increase Value – Improved total cost of ownership with equipment and operations management versus existing proprietary devices.
Who should watch?
Industries: Banking and Financial Services, Government (State and Local), Healthcare, Retail and Wholesale and Travel/Hospitality
Primary Roles: Network Architect, Network Operator, DevOps, Developer and Executive
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