Vancouver, BC
May 21-24, 2018

Event Details

Achieving end-to-end NFV with OpenStack and Open Source MANO

Open Source is here to stay, and a number of interesting projects help us cover the complete ETSI NFV architecture today.  In this talk, we will show how both OpenStack and Open Source MANO projects can work tightly together to provide a robust, end-to-end ETSI NFV compliant deployment.  The architecture for both projects will be explained in relation to how they integrate and cover the complete Network Services lifecycle management.
The presentation will also include some results from the latest ETSI NFV Plugtests, where Whitestack used OpenStack and Open Source MANO together and also interoperating with other open and proprietary solutions to test an ETSI compliant NFV MANO.

What can I expect to learn?

The audience will learn from both OpenStack and Open Source MANO architectures at a detailed level in reference to how they integrate to provide the complete lifecycle management for VNFs.

Tuesday, May 22, 3:30pm-4:10pm
Level: Intermediate
Networking solutions architect, with special interest on the latest software technologies to achieve efficient and innovative network operations. Around fifteen years of experience in SP networking, including Core, Carrier Ethernet, Data Center and Network Management technologies.  Previous positions include Planning and Operations roles at Impsat / Global Crossing, and pre- and... FULL PROFILE
José Miguel (JM) is an Electrical Engineer from Universidad de Chile, who has been involved in Telecom and Software industry for the last 20 years. He started his career in ENTEL Chile, developing the F/R, ATM, IP and MPLS national networks, and later on in charge of Engineering and Operations, very motivated at introducing software automation in day-to-day operations. After ENTEL he... FULL PROFILE