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Tuesday, September 27 • 2:50pm - 3:45pm
A Generalization of the OpenStack Networking Model for an Implementation of an L2-VPN MEF Compliant SD VPN Service - Ariel Noy & David Goldberg, HPE

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A strong analogy between the network models of Neutron and SD-VPN is presented.

Using this analogy, a MEF compliant SD-VPN service was implemented while leveraging the generic network virtualization infrastructure of NetVirt in ODL.

The resulting VPN service offers L2 and L3 connectivity between geographically remote locations each based on a local OpenFlow switch.

A mapping service is used in order to allow information exchange between these locations for the purpose of MAC address, IP address and route distribution.

The sites are interconnected by an overlay network carried on top of an arbitrary IP network.

The presented solution allows for a MEF compliant SD-VPN service without dependency on technologies such as MPLS, strongly simplifying this process.

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David Goldberg

Software team leader, HPE
David is responsible for leading the architecture , design and implementation of Hewlett Packard Enterprise's OpenDaylight-based telco SD-WAN solution. David led HPE’s contribution to the LispFlowMapping project, and is now acting as the PTL of the UNI Manager project. Prior to... Read More →
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Ariel Noy

CSB Contextream CTO, HPE
Ariel Noy is responsible for setting the HPE CSB ConteXtream technical direction, architecture, and ongoing innovation and Proof of Concepts (PoCs). Ariel co-founded ConteXtream and served as CTO for 9 years. Prior to ConteXtream he was a technical leader at Cisco Systems. Ariel joined... Read More →

Tuesday September 27, 2016 2:50pm - 3:45pm PDT