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Hector Avalos


Hector Avalos | Dir. Strategy and Business Development |
Versa Networks
  Open Source Session
  08.30 The Hidden Nature of Complexity and the Software Defined Operator of the (very near) Future
david Meyer, Brocade Focusing on the deep and necessary relationship between complexity and robustness, modularity, feedback control and fragility, and comparing advanced modern technologies such as the Internet to other complex systems (such as biology) in an attempt to find the theoretical and engineering underpinnings of the Simplicity Principle.

David Meyer | Brocade
  09.00 OpenDaylight: An Open Source Platform for Software Defined Networking
    The OpenDaylight Project is a collaborative open source project whose aim is to rapidly enable network programmability and accelerate adoption of Software-Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) at any size and scale.

Phil Robb | Director of Networking Solutions, Linux Foundation Technical Liaison | OpenDaylight
  09.30 OpenContrail - Open Source Network Virtualization
    Describing the use cases, architecture, and benefits of OpenContrail - a new open source SDN controller which enables network virtualization and service chaining at a massive scale.

Bruno Rijsman | Distinguished Engineer, SDN Architect | Juniper Networks
  10.00 Connecting OpenStack and L3VPN
    OpenStack Neutron project is a network part of OpenStack cloud which
has tenant-facing API for SDN and Cloud. Neutron Havana version supported VPN as a Service API with ipsec implementation. We are going to support L3VPN service for next version of Neutron which enables customer connect their cloud to L3VPN infrastructure.
Introducing the API and the architecture of Neutron L3VPN service.

Nachi Ueno | NTT
  10.30 Leveraging Open Source with Software Defined Intrastructure for Service Innovation
    Leveraging the use of open source and community based developed software and other components in the echosystem  around  software-defined infrastructure for service innovation.
Showing how the new  innovation centers within network operators are using open source software and other components based on open standards to bring new innovative services faster to the market.

Victor Mendoza-Grado | Verizon
  11.30 Is NFV Ready for Prime Time?
Hector Avalos | Dir. Strategy and Business Development | Versa Networks
    Frank Ruhl | Director | Blue Ocean Networks
Peter Willis | BT
Javier Benitez | Colt
Fred Feisullin | Sprint
Gerardo García | Telefonica
Dave Hughes | PCCW Global
Bruno Chatras | Orange
  12.30 LUNCH  
  Cloud NFV Session  
  14.00 CloudNFV Experiences  
The CloudNFV project was architected to address the union of NFV, the cloud, and SDN.  It's mechanism for addressing SDN services in NFV is the Service Model Handler, a union of OpenStack and OpenDaylight concepts that offers a model of SDN services that not only supports the evolving network connection needs of Network Functions Virtualizaton but the most general needs of cloud networking, hybridizing SDN and non-SDN networks, and supporting multiple vendors.

Jérôme Tollet | CTO & Co-Founder | Qosmos
  14.20 How does SDN enable NFV?  
    Discussing how SDN is a key building block to achieve this automation between physical and virtualised components and how it allows enabling of service chaining. Demonstrating how SDN is able to provide networking automation for NFV in a centralised and distributed way with applications connected through the WAN or via an overlay in a hybrid private cloud or a public cloud environment.

Wim Henderickx | Director Network Consulting Engineering – Technology, IP Division | Alcatel-Lucent
  14.40 Elastic Cloud Services using Virtual Packet Edge (vPE)  
    Virtual Packet Edge (vPE) is a software framework that provides Service Provider and Enterprise customers the ability to create a compute cloud with the necessary networking to interconnect the compute and storage elements of the cloud. The idea is to ‘port' existing physical topologies to a purely virtualized infrastructure with a view to optimize customer CAPEX and OPEX. This talk will cover the vPE architecture as a model for a virtualized multi-tenant cloud infrastructure that confers several benefits to both SPs and Enterprises.

Sami Boutros | Principal Engineer | and Rex Fernando | Distinguished Engineer | Cisco
  15.00 NFV Virtualisation of the Home Environment  
    NFV can be used to virtualize dispersed functions and devices currently deployed as CPEs in the customer home. This new architecture has a major impact on public and home networks.

Zvika Bronstein
| Huawei Technologies
  15.20 The Business Impact of Virtualization and SDN  
Analyzing the benefits that accrue to operators from two well understood and early use cases of Service Provider SDN and NFV Virtualization of Home Gateway functions
Service Chaining
Virtualized Network

Bala Thekkedath | Director of Product Marketing |
  NFV Performance Session  
  15.40 Can Standard High Volume Servers Perform Telco Grade bearer Processing and Routing Functions?  
    Proposing a recommendation of ideal approaches for Network Function Virtualization to achieve Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) aligned with Network Operating Centers (NOC) performance goals and operational cost targets.

Fred Feisullin | Technology Development Strategist, Network Architecture and Access | Sprint
  16.00 Don’t Forget the Data Plane Challenges as you Plan for NFV  
    Explaining how innovative networking software technology, already deployed worldwide in physical telecom infrastructure, solves the data plane performance challenges for virtual functions and enables service providers to achieve the cost-performance that is required for NFV deployments to be commercially viable.

Eric Carmès | CEO | 6WIND
  16.20 Assuring Performance, Scalability and Reliability in NFV and SDN Deployments  
    Comparing SDN and NFV-based networks with traditional networks from the perspective of their performance, scalability and reliability properties. Particular attention will be paid to the new techniques required to test the next-generation networks and ensure that they are ‘fit for purpose’. Lab testing and live service assurance aspects will be examined. Test results and findings from a service provider NFV trial are included.

Steve Jarman | Business Development Manager – EMEA | Spirent