Open Networking Summit 2017
April 3-6, 2017 - Santa Clara Convention Center

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Monday, April 3 • 10:40am - 12:10pm
Tutorial: Getting Started with NFV Testing - Trevor Cooper, Intel & Jose Lausuch, Ericsson

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A key tenant of moving NFV from a Proof of Concept (Poc) to deployment is testing. NFV solutions that pull from open source projects such as OPNFV, OpenStack, OpenDaylight, and others must be integrated and tested in an environment that fully supports the performance and availability requirements of service provider networks. Testing criteria and solutions are also required to ensure NFV interoperability between hardware and software systems that comprise NFV. In this tutorial, you’ll learn best practices for open source NFV testing, including: methodology; mapping to ETSI NFV use-case/s; open source project integration; testing dashboards; Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment (CI/CD); and testing acceleration.

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Trevor Cooper

Principal Engineer, Intel Corporation
As a Principal Engineer at Intel, I drive development of Edge and Cloud architectures for NFV and Cloud Native transformation. I also contribute to Industry organizations and Open-Source software communities through technical and strategic leadership positions.
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Jose A. Lausuch

Senior Systems Designer, Ericsson
Jose Lausuch is a telecommunications engineer, working as a Senior Systems Designer at Ericsson in Germany. He has been mainly focusing on designing, developing and integrating cloud systems and infrastructures in the NFVI area. He is actively contributing to OPNFV since March 2015... Read More →

Monday April 3, 2017 10:40am - 12:10pm PDT