We would like to point out that our colleagues at Light Reading are offering an exciting webinar in June:
Multivendor Enablement & Traditional Networks SDN-ization
CSPs are undertaking a massive transformation of their network architectures based on the paradigms of SDN and NFV. Although it is unfashionable to talk about the legacy and traditional network the fact is most operators are brownfield and modernizing the existing infrastructure to work in tandem with the new will be a key challenge. What CSPs need is a bridge between their existing network and the next-generation ideal they are striving toward. This bridge spans discovery, analysis, optimization, zero-touch provisioning and API-driven automation of the entire service delivery process, enabling traditional and hybrid services to be open and multivendor.
Date/Time: Wednesday, June 6, 2018, 10:00 a.m New York / 3:00 p.m London / 4:00 p.m Berlin
Featured Speakers on this webinar:
James leads Heavy Reading's CSP IT & Automation research service. He examines the breadth of systems and software used by communications service providers in customer, business, service and infrastructure management.
For the traditional network understanding, Atrinet provides a complete suite of products and services. Artinet helps the conventional network become multi-vendor by onboarding new functionality within advanced networks.
The webinar will cover the following points:
- Current telecom automation trends and SDN deployment status
- SDN is a great concept but if every vendor implements it in a unique way does your orchestration platform get bogged down with API integration?
- How to make legacy, closed, network devices SDN-speakers to enable hybrid services to be open and multivendor?
- What kind of tools, qualities and skills are required for a rapid and low-risk execution?
Register for this webinar to explore these questions and hear about potential solutions.
Heads up for an early bird bonus: The first 50 qualified registrants receive a $5 Starbucks Gift Card!
(promotional terms apply)