Tune In: How to use SR-IOV and OVS-DPDK for OpenStack NFV deployments

Over the past 10 years, mobile data traffic has grown 4,000-fold, and nearly 400-million-fold over the past 15 years. That’s according to Cisco’s latest Visual Networking Index, and the growth isn’t slowing. The report forecasts an 8X increase in mobile traffic by 2020, with an expectation that video will comprise 75 percent of all Internet traffic by then.

Expect this explosive growth to put increasingly rigorous demands on communications service providers’ networks. Providers are also likely to face greater competition from the likes of Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google. The good news is that open source and DevOps can provide a competitive edge in this challenging telecom environment. Join us for a webinar on Wednesday, December 14 to learn how cloud-ready telecommunications solutions from Red Hat deliver network function virtualization (NFV) capabilities that help providers compete and thrive.

The Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10 director contains enhanced platform awareness support to optimize OpenStack orchestration and use of modern server software and hardware, leading to consistent, high-performance NFV deployments based on SR-IOV and OVS-DPDK. These solutions deliver NFV technologies that improve performance, availability, management and security to help organizations across the industry modernize their infrastructure and digitally transform their businesses.

Franck Baudin, Red Hat’s technical principal product manager for OpenStack NFV, and Bhanuprakash Bodireddy, software engineer at Intel Corporation will share how to use SR-IOV and OVS-DPDK standardized deployment templates and will explore the key features of OVS-DPDK. They will cover:

  • SR-IOV TripleO installation
  • Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10 new features

Join us for the webinar on Wednesday, December 14 at 11 a.m. EST (8 a.m. PST) to learn more about how an integrated OpenStack NFV deployment can optimize your business!

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