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gaarmet 10/24/2016 | 1:10:14 PM
Re: Virtualization: Network Design & Infrastructure From Tlanepantla; México. Learning from the archive
Principa59635 9/24/2016 | 3:55:29 PM
Re: Virtualization: Network Design & Infrastructure Testing is encouraged, but the results level or time allowed to demonstrate success has become harder to reach
Principa59635 9/24/2016 | 3:53:44 PM
Re: Virtualization: Network Design & Infrastructure Poll 1: employees are expected to acheive the same amount of results or more with fewer resources

 
gneangodav8v 7/12/2016 | 2:30:38 PM
Re: Virtualization: Network Design & Infrastructure What are the hardware requirements?
gneangodav8v 7/12/2016 | 2:28:12 PM
Re: Virtualization: Network Design & Infrastructure This is a good intro.
mng958 7/6/2016 | 2:40:47 PM
Re: Virtualization: Network Design & Infrastructure thanks
jayakd0 6/19/2016 | 11:56:14 PM
Re: Virtualization: Network Design & Infrastructure Excellent slide pack Nick! this could trigger a ton of reflection to dig deeper, thanks LR for enabling such powerful learning!

the potential for quick experimentation  enabled by SDN/NFV, I am sure will result in a certain talent flow from equipment vendors to operators! Exciting times, seems there is opportunity for innovation for everyone in this virtual network world  :)
jayakd0 6/19/2016 | 11:45:50 PM
Re: Virtualization: Network Design & Infrastructure @ Nick Service chaining and orchestration: where do we place the virtual elements, I see the concepts I learned in Operations research/Transportation Problem (many years back) really becoming useful now :)
jayakd0 6/19/2016 | 11:35:41 PM
Re: Virtualization: Network Design & Infrastructure Slide 49/50 @Nick, your example of dropping Billing service  in a VM and moving around close to the roaming subscriber there by reducing the cost of backhauling the traffic to the home country made the simplest and powerful usecase!
jayakd0 6/19/2016 | 11:03:56 PM
Re: Virtualization: Network Design & Infrastructure @Nick Slide 6: your mention of virtualisation/SDN/NFV as  "networking @ the speed of software" and "re-wiring the network on the fly with coding" made my day!
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