Brocade OpenStack NFV Demo – Building a Real-World OpenStack NFV Deployment with L4-7 Services
As the market continues to evolve, service providers and cloud service providers are hungry to find a way to integrate an OpenStack-based network functions virtualization (NFV) model into their businesses. What once seemed like a pipe dream is now a reality, and real-world OpenStack NFV deployments are at the fingertips of those who seek them.
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Brocade’s Nikhil Tambe and Vikram Singh delve into a demonstration illustrating how to bring virtual network services on OpenStack with the Neutron ML2 interface and OpenDaylight Controller. During this DemoFriday, you’ll learn more about the best practices and tools available in the market today that can make OpenStack NFV deployments a staple of your business. This presentation also covers:
- How to achieve on-demand virtual networks with advanced routing and Layer 4-7 services, such as firewall or IPsec gateways
- A closer look at Brocade products like its SDN Controller (a commercial distribution of OpenDaylight), vRouter, and vADC, and how they can be implemented within an OpenStack environment
- Implementing Layer 4-7 services as necessary
- Vital tips and tricks on the software-defined networking (SDN) path that will make your data center more programmable and automated
View the Brocade OpenStack NFV demo below and discover how you can achieve real-world OpenStack NFV deployment with Brocade’s solutions. Don’t forget to take a look at the DemoFriday Q&A for more insight from Nikhil and Vikram.
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