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Virtual Enterprise CPE Session
Open Source and Standards Session
COMMON CONFERENCE DAY 1 | WEDNESDAY 18 MARCH 2015
|08.00||WELCOME, REGISTRATION AND COFFEE|
Luyuan Fang, Microsoft
|08.30||LSO, SDN & NFV|
Nan Chen, President, MEF
|08.50||Is ‘Open’ the ‘Organic’ of the IT Industry?|
Nicolas “Neela” Jacques, Executive Director, OpenDaylight
|09.10||SDN Snapshot: HW versus SW, De Facto versus De Jure, Open Standard versus Vendor|
Curt Beckmann, CTO Europe, Chair of ONF Forwarding abstraction WG, Brocade
|09.30||MPLS Architecture in Practice: SDN New Requirements|
Loa Anderson, MPLS IETF WG Chairman, Huawei
|10.30||SDN Technology and the Organization Transformation|
Head of Product Area Network Analytics & Control, Business Unit Cloud & IP,
|11.00||Role of Inter Data Center Technologies: Application Performance|
Sunil Khandekar, CEO of Nuage Networks
Kireeti Kompella, Juniper Networks
Dave Ward, Cisco
Jean-Marc Uzé, Juniper Networks
|14.00||SDN & NFV Carriers Strategies|
|Demonstrating how vBusiness CPE is the top NFV use case for revenue generation.
Michael Howard, Co-founder and Principal Analyst Carrier Networks, Infonetics
|14.20||EasyConnect: a Digital Experience of the IPVPN Service|
|EasyConnect is a new IPVPN service designed by Orange Business Service for SMB providing a complete digital experience to customers thanks to SDN technologies. Easy Connect introduces a self care portal where the customer can customize its service chain and flow policy in real time: all the changes are dynamically applied to the network thanks to Software Defined Network. Presenting the results of the EasyConnect service Proof of Concept in Orange Business Service live network.
Stephane Litkowski, Orange Business Service
|14.40||Evolution of Colt’s Data Services Platform: from Vision to Execution|
|• Solving today’s per-product silo approach and simplifying operations with next generation access
• Accelerating innovation with a modular multi-service Carrier Ethernet platform, SDN and NFV
• Simplifying the network stack with layer 1/2/3 integration
• Describing the service evolution (Ethernet, Internet and IPVPN) and the customer benefits
Valéry Augais, Senior Network Architect, Network & Platform Strategy and Architecture,Technology Services Unit, Colt
|15.00||NFV and the Evolution of Managed Services to Boost Profitability|
|Service Providers deliver today a comprehensive set of managed services in conjunction with their IP VPN service portfolio, including managed CPE and security gateways. NFV enables SPs to enhance their agility and efficiency in delivering managed services, deliver new services to existing customers in a cost-effective manner and ultimately, improve the bottom line. This presentation describes several NFV-based managed services uses cases.
Hector Avalos, VP Strategy & Business Development, Versa Networks
|15.20||Life (cycle) Assurance from vCPE|
|Migration to orchestrated SDN/NFV networks requires rethinking of existing procedures, which in many cases can be made faster and more efficient. The vCPE, although driven by other requirements, is a key enabler for this new generation of flexible life-cycle management.
Yaakov Stein, CTO, RAD
|16.10||The Open Platform for Network Functions Virtualization (OP-NFV)|
|Recently a new organization was formed under the Linux Foundation called OP-NFV. This organization¹s goals are to build, largely from an operator¹s view, an NFV deployment infrastructure. The basis for this organization was founded on the base architecture from the ETSI NFV WG, but is quickly evolving that architecture to include modern twists.
Tom Nadeau, Brocade
|16.30||Open Source vs. Standardisation: moving away from competition (the NFV use case)|
|Reviewing the myths and realities about the alleged shortcomings of conventional standardization processes (delivery lifecycle, unsatisfactory compromise...) and about the expected benefits of Open source software development way and distribution based on the access to software source code. Discussing the NFV use case as it provides a good illustration of the need to combine both approaches on several axes.
Bruno Chatras, Morgan Richomme, Orange
|16.50||OpenContrail Deployments Examples|
|Highlighting key OpenContrail deployment examples. Describing major product/solution differentiators and previewing key service delivery capabilities on the way.
Pedro Marques, Juniper Networks
|17.10||Towards a Common Platform for Open NFV|
|How OpenSource can boost interoperability but at the same time sustain an healthy business ecosystem.
How ODL and OpenStack can help SP transition from legacy networking to agile networking
More specifically, the Cloud Network Controller use case
Chris Price, Ericsson
|17.30||Reinvent Network Dataplane: From POF to OpenFlow 2.0|
|Network dataplane is used to be closed and rigid. Protocol-oblivious Forwarding (POF) opens the network dataplane and allows user to agilely customize and control the forwarding protocol and behavior. POF has successfully made it an essential proposal toward the next generation.
Dr. Haoyu Song, Senior Network Architect, Huawei Technologies USA
|17.50||Open Solutions for NFV|
| Reviewing the work that Intel is doing with software partners to make Carrier Grade NFV Infrastructure and Management components freely available
David Fraser, Intel
|18.10||Open Source & Standards: How they can fit together|
|Discussing open source as a force for creating de facto standards versus traditional standardization mechanisms.|
Tom Nadeau, Brocade