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OpenStack NFV: SR-IOV and OVS-DPDK integrated deployment

  • 14 décembre 2016
  • Webinar

Communications service providers (CSPs) need to compete with new competitors like Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, and Google. At the same time, they need to manage the rigorous network demands brought on by an explosive growth of mobile and video content. Open source and DevOps can provide a competitive edge in this challenging telecom environment.

Cloud-ready telecommunications solutions from Red Hat are helping organizations across the industry modernize their infrastructure and digitally transform their businesses. These solutions deliver network function virtualization (NFV) capabilities that help CSPs compete and thrive. NFV technologies improve performance, availability, management, and security.

The Red Hat® OpenStack® Platform 10 director contains enhanced platform awareness support to optimize OpenStack orchestration and use of modern server software and hardware (e.g., hugepages, CPU pinning, NUMA topology awareness). Leading to consistent, high-performance NFV deployments based on SR-IOV and OVS-DPDK.

Join this webinar to learn how to use SR-IOV and OVS-DPDK standardized deployment templates (composable roles) and deep dive into OVS-DPDK key features. The agenda includes:

  • SR-IOV TripleO installation
  • Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10 new features
The OpenStack® Word Mark and OpenStack Logo are either registered trademarks / service marks or trademarks / service marks of the OpenStack Foundation, in the United States and other countries and are used with the OpenStack Foundation's permission. We are not affiliated with, endorsed or sponsored by the OpenStack Foundation or the OpenStack community.


  • Bhanuprakash Bodireddy, software engineer, Intel Corporation
  • Franck Baudin, technical principal product manager, OpenStack NFV, Red Hat



Date: December 14, 2016

Time: 11:00 a.m. ET

Length: 1 hour