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Wednesday, October 28 • 5:30pm - 6:10pm
Revolutionizing IT and Telecom Industry With OpenStack, SDN and NFV

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OpenStack is adopted by enterprises, governments, and service providers who are building out public, private, and hybrid clouds.  As the fastest growing open source project, OpenStack is backed by more than 460 companies across 148 countries.  OpenStack clouds with unified compute, storage, and networking offer powerful XaaS that are enabling new business models.  
Join this session to learn with the help of specific use case example how the latest advances in OpenStack, SDN, NFV, and networking subsystem of the Linux Kernel can be leveraged to build highly available, resilient and scalable infrastructure to support network applications, such as vCPE. In-depth analysis of the details of implementation and configuration options will illustrate how to achieve performance and SLAs required by the demands of telecommunication and enterprise networks.

Speakers
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Valentina Alaria

Head Product & Solution Marketing
Valentina Alaria is Head of Product & Solutions Marketing for PLUMgrid. She has 10+ years experience with Cloud and Datacenter Infrastructure and has been involved with SDN and OpenStack since the early days throughout her endeavors at PLUMgrid, Nicira and Cisco. Valentina has held roles across engineering, Product Management and Marketing.
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Rimma Iontel

Senior Solutions Architect at Red Hat
Rimma Iontel, Senior Solutions Architect at Red Hat working on building Red Hat NFV ecosystem.  After fourteen years with one of the major North American Service Providers, jointed Red Hat to help expand the business into service providers networks, combining Red Hat NFV platform products with partner solutions to create high performance and easy to manage future-proof networks.


Wednesday October 28, 2015 5:30pm - 6:10pm
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