May 8-11, 2017

Event Details

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Real Time KVM and How It Works

With the majority of network functions running on OpenStack today, why do we not see more and more radio access network solutions in the space.  Real time is one of the main reasons and with RT-KVM we are addressing the need for synchronous communications and other features which rely on guaranteed delay below 10us.

In this session we will show how it's deployed with both hardware and software features as well as example workloads.

There are also some cases where RT-KVM should not be used and this will be covered as well.

What can I expect to learn?

The attendee will leave this session with an understand how to deploy openstack with RT-KVM and the use case or example workload which uses it today.

Tuesday, May 9, 5:30pm-6:10pm (9:30pm - 10:10pm UTC)
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Telco Solution Architect
Eric Lajoie is a Telco Solution Architect for Red Hat, EMEA. In his current capacity, Eric is responsible for end to end solution design, be it OpenShift, OpenStack, IPv6, EPC, or networking designs. His key interests and achievements are in design and implementation of carrier level OpenStack solutions as well as integration with SDN, EPC, LTE, VoLTE, Femto, M2M, VMware, and all flavors of... FULL PROFILE
Nokia Networks
Tapio Tallgren works at Nokia's Mobile Networks Architecture & Technology unit. He contributes to the Open Platform for NFV (OPNFV) project and is the former chair ofthe OPNFV Technical Steering Committee. He has worked with Nokia's internal cloud platforms for core and radio networks, and installed OpenStack on a virtual machine for educational purposes. His main interests are in... FULL PROFILE