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Wednesday, June 27 • 11:30 - 12:10
How Standards and Open Source Interworking can Resolve Challenges Slowing down the Massive Deployment of NFV - Nan Zhou & Kubi Gao, Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. (slides attached)

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The concept of Network Function Virtualization has been accepted by operators, equipment vendors, software vendors and other industrial players after it was introduced to the Telco industry in 2012. Even with loads of efforts, the NFV industry has just picked up the "low hanging fruits" that deploying NFV like traditional equipment procurement after five years and has not yet reached to the point of a fully decoupled NFV proposal.

A specific OPNFV practice of absorbing the standard elements in open source community to move the NFV forward will be presented in the talk, and presenters will give the solution leveraging open source and standards to help a quick and massive deployment of one technology in the carrier market. This will be beneficial for other communities to practice standards and open source interworking.


Liang Gao

开源项目经理, Shanghai HUAWEI Technologies Co. Ltd
Kubi Gao is the senior software developer in Huawei focusing on OPNFV. He worked in the community since its establishment from 2014, served as the committer and PTL in Yardstick, and the member in OPNFV Testing WG. Now he is the elected by all committers to be an OPNFV TSC repres... Read More →

Nan Zhou

Open Source Strategist, Huawei
Nan Zhou is the senior standards engineer in Huawei working in open source communities for more than 4 years. He manages the open source operations in different communities like CNCF, OPNFV and Linux Foundation, and serves as the Huawei representative in OCI Trademark Board and the... Read More →

Wednesday June 27, 2018 11:30 - 12:10 CST
  Networking & Orchestration