March 26-29, 2018 - Los Angeles, CA
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Monday, March 26 • 10:45am - 11:45am
LFN Dev Forum: Network Operating Systems (NOSs). What's Out There and How are They Evolving.

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Advances in general purpose hardware continue to enable the white-box movement in the Networking Industry. Network Operating Systems provide the required foundational software to turn these white-boxes into highly functional and efficient network switches. This presentation will provide an introduction and overview of three of the most popular NOSes available today; DANOS, SONIC, and Stratum. In addition, this panel of experts will discuss how the NOS landscape is evolving with collaboration and harmonization efforts occurring between and across several NOS projects. This session will share key learnings from ONAP PoCs using CLAMP project closed loop orchestration use-cases with real-time analytics and AI/ML predictive inputs to drive policy decisions. We will address telecom service providers use-cases for AI and machine learning and desired state of ONAP policy engine to optimize cloud/network resource management, enhance security and drive better customer experience for supporting future services landscape.

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Robert Bays

AVP Packet Optical Networking, AT&T
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Dave Maltz

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Brian O'Connor

MTS, Open Networking Foundation
Brian O’Connor works on open source SDN platforms at the Open Networking Foundation (ONF). He is currently serving as ONF’s technical lead for the recently launched Stratum project. He is a contributor to the ONOS project and severs on the project’s technical steering team... Read More →

Monday March 26, 2018 10:45am - 11:45am