April 3-5 | San Jose, California
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Wednesday, April 3 • 4:30pm - 5:00pm
Lessons Learned from Using ONAP to Build a Multi-vendor SD-WAN Solution - Jaspreet Sachdev & Jack Raynor, ARRIS

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CSPs and Networking Vendors globally are offering enterprise customers with next-generation services based on SDN and NFV technologies. One of the most common use cases is that of SD-WAN, which provides enterprises with flexible, on-demand WAN connectivity. Generally, SD-WAN vendors are providing these solutions along with proprietary controllers responsible for managing the life cycle of their VNFs.

As the number of VNF vendors grows, service chaining use cases between vendor VNFs will begin to increase. This will lead to situations requiring Service Providers to integrate with, and manage, multiple vendor VNF management tools (VNFMs).

This talk will take you on a journey, describing the utilization of multiple vendor VNFs without their corresponding VNFM, as well as how open source modularity, centered around ONAP, can be used to to provide orchestration and automation of such env.

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Jaspreet Sachdev

Engineering/Product Management, ARRIS
Over twenty years experience in building products and services using open source technologies. Spent the early part of the career building Linux based networking products. Ran a software consulting business focusing on rapid prototype using leading edge technologies. Currently working... Read More →
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Jack Raynor

Sr. Director Software Engineering, ARRIS
In leading an Organization of 200 amazing resources, spanning 3 countries and 9 offices, my primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Executing on ARRIS’ overall vision; shaping its technical strategy; growing its business; growing and motivating its engineering... Read More →

Wednesday April 3, 2019 4:30pm - 5:00pm PDT