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Tuesday, September 27 • 1:45pm - 2:10pm
F5 & Intel Demonstrating ODL Enabled NSH-Based Service Function Chaining in Gi-LAN - Tarek Radi & Kevin Smith, Intel & Randall Cleveland, F5 Networks

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This session describes the work done by F5 Networks and Intel Corporation to virtualize and service chain common Gi-LAN network functions using NSH technology (Network Service Header) in combination with ODL (OpenDaylight) and other open source technologies. The session demonstrates the instantiation and traffic flows across multiple service paths interworking with several VNFs (Virtual Network Functions). ODL is used to provision the service paths within the Service Function Classifier, as well as several OVS (Open vSwitch) service function forwarders. This session should be informative to those who are looking to implement service chains across NFV (Network Function Virtualization) and SDN (Software Defined Networking) technologies. 


Randall Cleveland

Director of Solution Architecture in the Business Development organization. Randall works with TEMs to architect, develop, and integrate solutions for Telco Service Providers, with a focus on technologies such as SDN, NFV, security and IoT.
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Tarek Radi

Communications Service Provider Solution Technology Enabling Manager, Intel Corporation
Tarek leads a group of experienced Technical Platform Application Engineers at Intel's Data Center Solution Group. Defined Networking Division. He is engaged in several Solution Integration and Enabling activities and projects, helping Telco Service Providers and OEMs/TEMs realize... Read More →

Kevin Smith

Director of Platform Solutions within Intel's Software Defined Networking Division. Kevin works across Intel business units, ecosystem partners, and with communication service providers architecting solutions based on IoT, SDN and NFV technologies.

Tuesday September 27, 2016 1:45pm - 2:10pm PDT