Sponsored By: Netronome
Netronome In-Band Telemetry Demo for Operations and Management
The growth of Software Defined Networks (SDN) raised the expectations for network programmability and visibility. Initially SDN focused on control plane issues, with users seeking to overcome limitations of traditional management models. Subsequently, users wanted more real-time telemetry to deliver services with good Quality of Experience (QoE). A number of in-band network telemetry mechanisms were developed to allow the collection and reporting of network state by the data plane for better reliability and optimized SDN – all through programmability!
For best results, an end-to-end telemetry solution is required by the switch and end-point to provide the detailed info about each packet’s journey from the client all the way to the application.
In this webinar, we will discuss different in-band network telemetry standards. We will further discuss the successful demonstration of the in-band telemetry solution with Broadcom’s Trident 3 Ethernet switches and Netronome‘s Agilio SmartNIC platform, where the combined solution brings a new class of programmable support for active-probe-based in-band network telemetry, and in-band OAM processing, and reports the collected telemetry data to a remote analytics application such as BroadView Analytics.
- Eli Karpilovski – Director, Product Management and Marketing, Broadcom
- Ron Renwick – Senior Director, Product Marketing, Netronome
During the webinar, you’ll learn:
- In Band Network Telemetry is possible and practical with the right network infrastructure from Netronome and Broadcom
- Monitoring system performance is possible without degrading performance by using taps or traditional monitoring solutions
Who should attend?
Industries: Banking and Financial Services, Service Provider (Cloud and Web), Service Provider (Communications), Service Provider (Managed Services) and VAR/Distributor/OEM/Systems Integrator
Primary Roles: Network Architect, Network Operator, DevOps, Developer and Executive