This webinar looks at how automation tools, like Red Hat® Ansible® Automation and Red Hat CloudForms, use a playbook-driven and open source API approach to streamline complex operational processes for for network automation, hybrid cloud, SDN/NFV, and IoT applications.
The Modern Telco is Open, Part 3 – Intelligent Virtualized Operations and Automation for Telco
Automation has become an essential component of strategic modernization and digital transformation—especially for the modern telco. Ever-increasing complexity, and the ability to securely scale service offerings requires flexible operational tools with an open telco model, to enable telecommunication service providers to keep up with the pace of change in today’s digital world.
Red Hat’s automation portfolio supports continuous integration and deployment and provides the ability to finely automate multi-tier, multi-step processes while achieving zero-downtime across rolling updates.
Watch The Modern Telco is Open, Part 3 webinar to learn how automation tools, like Red Hat® Ansible® Automation and Red Hat CloudForms, use a playbook-driven and open source API approach to streamline complex operational processes for for network automation, hybrid cloud, SDN/NFV, and IoT applications.
Check out The Modern Telco is Open Series resources page on SDxCentral.
- Ian Hood – Ian Hood, Chief Technologist, Global Telco, Red Hat
- Peter Sprygada – Distinguished Engineer, Management Business Unit, Red Hat
This webinar is sponsored by Red Hat and Intel. Red Hat and Intel have collaborated on NFVi Select Solutions—optimized, verified NFV solutions backed by a broad partner ecosystem—to help telco carriers build, launch, and validate revenue-generating services more quickly while reducing network infrastructure and operations costs.
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