This talk will focus on the evolving requirements of current and future Telco Cloud deployments.
Network Functions are widely deployed today with quantified performance, failure and capacity requirements. As those functions make their way to a Telco Cloud, it is clear that various characteristics are required of the Cloud to preserve the brown field migration of these functions.
Requirements of Telco Cloud deployments range from high availability and liveness detection of network connectivity (PING, BFD, TCP Socket Level Checks, etc.), preserving existing network reachability with protocols such as BGP, marking tenant workload packets with correct QOS values, high I/O performance characteristics with SR-IOV/DPDK, etc.
The Telecom/NFV track is brought to you by OpenStack and OPNFV.
Attendees will understand evolving VNF's requirements of the Telco Cloud from real world deployments and how these requirements are being addressed.