Posts about Orchestration

ADVA Ensemble team members participated in the first ETSI NFV Plugtests™ event sponsored by Telefonica in Madrid earlier this year. More than that – they and the Ensemble MANO and VIM products excelled. Why? A big part of the reason is experience – not just that of ADVA, but of all of the participants ...
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The benefits of moving towards a virtualized environment have been well publicized – eliminating vendor dependence and product obsolescence, faster introduction of new products and services, and the creation of a flexible, user-driven, on-demand service delivery environment that enables network functions to be dynamically defined, deployed and reassigned to match and organizations scale, performance and capabilities requirement ...

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Unsecure edge devices are challenging our economies and our societies. We have experienced major hacking attacks on edge devices such as cameras and DSL routers. Both attacks targeted thousands of servers at the network edge by building a botnet for the orchestration of unprecedented denial of service attacks ...
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Network function virtualization (NFV) replaces dedicated hardware with virtual network functions. This reduces the diversity of hardware appliances, increases service agility, enables rapid service innovation and provides a lean path to fully automated service provisioning. However, transforming legacy networks into virtual network function infrastructures (VNFIs) adds complexity ...
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For communication service providers (CSPs) and cloud operators, being able to access a huge range of support software is one of the key benefits of network functions virtualization (NFV). Software packages, such as Open vSwitch, OpenStack, KVM and Linux, give cloud operators and CSPs a foundation on which to create new services based on virtual network functions (VNFs) ...
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