OpenStack & Beyond Podcast – Episode 9 | Live From The Open Networking Summit Discussing NFV And SDN


OpenStack | Open Networking | NFV MANO | NFV Orchestration | NFV World Congress | Cloud Application Orchestration | Cloud Orchestration Tools | SDN NFV | Network Automation

The OpenStack & Beyond Podcast is back again with another great episode which was taped live on the floor at the Open Networking Summit in Santa Clara.

Our hosts, Nati Shalom and Arthur Berezin, ran a great podcast on topics varying from SDN and Open Daylight to NFV MANO, and open source orchestration technologies. They were joined by representatives from OPNFV, China Mobile, and Mirantis.

The podcast started out discussing some background on the Open Networking Summit as well as how the event has been progressing from simply talking about the new world of NFV and SDN to how companies are actualizing this dream of scalable, automated, open networking. They spoke about the many telecom and service providers that have been joining the fray making a real stand at the event and showing off their commitment to open source networking. The podcast also covered various open source cloud orchestration projects such as Open-O, ARIA, and other MANO technologies.

Meet our top-notch panelists for this podcast:

Heather Kirksey – Director, OPNFV

Deng Hui – SDN and NFV, China Mobile

Bala Pitchaikani – Chief Strategy Officer for Telco Cloud, Mirantis

Enjoy the show!

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Author: Jeremy Hess
Jeremy is the community and growth manager at Cloudify. He is also co-chair of the Technical Marketing & Education ad-hoc for the OASIS TOSCA Technical Committee. While he isn't spending time with his wife and 2 daughters or brewing beer, Jeremy is an organizer of several meet-ups as well as events such as OpenStack Day Israel and DevOpsDays Tel Aviv.

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