Sydney
November 6-8, 2017

Event Details


A Telco Story of OpenStack Success

Telcos are flocking to OpenStack for it's NFV functionalities, ability to be deployed in modular POD architectures with federated deployments across datacenters, central offices & edge services. But to deploy something that can meet the business needs in the Telco world, there's alot of crucial design decisions that must be made. What's the right hardware? Which SDN and/or SDS option meets our performance needs? What topology delivers the right amount of High Availability? How can we make all of these decisions, yet make it cost effective? Come join us & hear our lessons learned deploying OpenStack at large Telcos. We'll talk about topics such as L2/L3 stretching between OpenStack PODs, Service Provider integrations, identity federation, deployment automation, service function chaining & federated overlay networks. We'll share pitfalls & issues encountered along the way but more importantly, we'll tell you how we were able to overcome these hurdles so you can too!


What can I expect to learn?

Learn best practices and lessons learned from a real world OpenStack implementation at a large Telco. Participate in example architectural evaluation of multiple SDN solutions to address L2/L3 stretching between Openstack PODs, integration with Service Provider networks, service function chaining or federated overlay networks.

Tuesday, November 7, 1:50pm-2:30pm
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Red Hat
Chris Janiszewski is an Red Hat OpenStack Solutions Architect. He is proud to help his clients validate their business and technical use cases on OpenStack and supporting components like storage, networking or cloud automation and management. He is the father of two little kids and enjoys the majority of his free time playing with them.  When the kids are asleep he gets to put the... FULL PROFILE
Red Hat
Darin has over 20 years of IT experience, wearing various hats over the years ranging from application development to database administrator to system administrator to enterprise architect.  It is his experience in such broad categories that allows him to help others in understanding and utilizing cloud platforms such as OpenStack to effectively deliver solutions that make sense.... FULL PROFILE
Sprint, Systems Architect
Leading a team of Agile developers creating an ETSI compliant orchestrator for NFV and Openstack environments. Developed the business case and product design through identification of end user pain points and functional needs. Extending the NFV construct into the world of ARM servers looking for a viable cost alternative for server compute processing.  Creating new services and... FULL PROFILE