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Wednesday, May 20 • 1:50pm - 2:30pm
Delivering an end-to-end Automated and Carrier-class NFV (Network Functions Virtualization) Use Case

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Managed Services is a top use-case for which all global telcos want to improve operational efficiency and accelerate time-to-market. However, there are challenges in simplifying and automating end-to-end service delivery, including secure Day-0 provisioning of the customer premise devices, pervasive and secure connectivity to the data centers / POPs / COs, and elastic scaling and management/troubleshooting of on-demand network and security services. Emerging Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) and the Telco Cloud deployments have started, however, true end-to-end automation and a seamless experience for the end-users has been lacking. Carrier-grade requirements of scale, reliability and solution-level maturity requires a level of integration and continuous interoperability testing that challenges early production NFV solution.



In this presentation, we will talk about how NTT is in the process of implementing one of industry's first such fully automated managed services offerings using OpenStack and other key open-source technologies. We will discuss the key features and benefits of the  solution, covering both business aspects (e.g. rapid deployment for faster time to market, stability for greater uptime, on-demand service creation) and technical aspects (e.g. native architecture for hyperscale, full high-availability, horizontal scale-out to handle peak loads).  Finally, we will highlight some of the key technical and business challenges encountered in deploying such a solution and how to maximize success.


Ichiro Fukuda

Chief Architect, Infrastructure, NTT i3
Ichiro Fukuda is Chief Architect of Infrastructure at NTT Innovation Institute in Palo Alto. He has been at NTT Innovation Institute for 3 years working on realizing NTT's Cloud and Software-Defined networking vision. Prior to joining NTT Innovation Institute, Ichiro worked for NTT... Read More →
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Pratik Roychowdhury

Self-employed, Self-Employed
Pratik has been with Juniper Networks for the last 5 years, leading product management activities for Juniper’s Network Virtualization Platform and Network Programmability products and taking some of these products from concept to release. Overall he has spent 15 yrs in the hi-tech... Read More →

Wednesday May 20, 2015 1:50pm - 2:30pm PDT
Room 110

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