Posted by Dan Pitt on Posted onReading Time: 4minutes
As a leading voice of the open networking movement, Dan Pitt discusses how, by showing multiple SD-WAN solutions and multiple SASE solutions, Lean NFV illustrates the flexibility service providers gain from having multiple technology options and a library of functions for service chaining. Read More
Vinayak Mohite of AT&T Business discusses how the advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and digital transformation, network connectivity, and 5G distributed edge cloud capabilities are providing the operational flexibility to retailers and improved the end-user experience to make autonomous checkout a reality. Read More
Posted by Susan White on Posted onReading Time: 3minutes
In September 2020, NTT Communications, Netcracker, Juniper Networks, Microsoft, and ADVA joined together to explore the role and technical feasibility of Communications Service Providers (CSPs) offering managed edge cloud services and connectivity to enterprises and industry verticals. The resulting PoC is built around MEF’s LSO framework. They discuss the rationale, goals, and approach the team took. Read More
Gartner defined the convergence between networking and security that introduced the SASE (Secure Access Service Edge) paradigm as: “A service connecting users (machine or human) with their applications in the cloud while providing connectivity performance and security assurance determined by policies set by the Subscriber.” Silvia Marigonda of Sparkle discusses a MEF-defined SASE service for remote employee access to multiple public clouds. Read More
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