Marriott Rive Gauche
An exciting shift is happening in carrier and enterprise networking, with virtualization and software-defined networking technologies bringing new possibilities.
But transformation to new technologies is not always easy, and end-user performance can be affected in migrations.
To show how the effects can be minimized, Spirent will be attending MPLS + SDN + NFV World Congress, to share our experience of working with leading service providers, enterprises and data centers to implement new virtual networking.
In the conference, Rajesh Rajamani, Director of Marketing, Service Provider Networks and NFV, will be discussing ‘Which comes first? NFVI or VNF Validation?’ He will present intuitive methodologies to validate the NFVI, vSwitches, and VNFs one layer at a time and also validate network services in an end to end fashion.
Spirent solutions will also feature in the European Advanced Networking Test Center (EANTC) public multi-vendor interoperability test and showcase, and Spirent technical experts will be available to discuss your needs.
You may also want to download our white paper, Cloudy with a chance of poor network performance. It explains the risks when migrating network functions hosted on a shared infrastructure (NFVi) from dedicated hardware appliances to virtualized network functions (VNFs). Download it now.
Event website: http://www.uppersideconferences.com/mpls-sdn-nfv/