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Thursday, July 14 • 16:00 - 16:40
Introduction to Open-O - Marc Cohn, The Linux Foundation

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Open Source Software has undoubtedly enabled the SDN and NFV transformation. The Controller projects lead the way, including OpenDaylight, ONOS, and Ryu, among others. Benefits of open source for both individuals and their organizations are well documented, including collective innovation, R&D efficiency, individual recognition, and the opportunity to contribute to the community. 

OPNFV established an open reference platform for NFV; the initial releases are validating open source building blocks that make up the NFV Infrastructure (NFVI). As a result, OPNFV expanded its charter to address NFV Management and Orchestration (MANO), which serves as the boundary between services and the network. 

Not surprisingly, the industry responded with a new series of open source orchestration projects. In this presentation we examine a new Linux Foundation Collaborative Project- OPEN-O- for end-to-end service orchestration over NFV Infrastructure, as well as SDN and legacy networks. After sharing the vision and target use cases, we will examine the functional architecture and technology approach, and provide an update on the project. 


Speakers
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Marc Cohn

Executive Director, OPEN-O, The Linux Foundation
Marc Cohn is Vice President of Network Strategy for The Linux Foundation based in Silicon Valley. He is currently leading the OPEN-O open source orchestration project that offers operators end-to-end service orchestration, bridging the gap between NFV, SDN, and legacy services. | | Marc has been a major contributor to the Software Defined Networking community. He served as the Market Area Director for the Open Networking Foundation (ONF), and... Read More →


Thursday July 14, 2016 16:00 - 16:40
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