AUSTIN, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Packet Design CTO Cengiz Alaettinoglu will be in Paris next week to speak at the company’s third annual Customer Symposium and at the MPLS + SDN + NFV World Congress. Expanding upon the World Congress theme of evolving from management to orchestration, he will discuss the need for centralized service orchestration directing traffic across IP/MPLS and optical layers.
MPLS + SDN + NFV World Congress:
Date/Time: Thursday, March 23, 5:30 p.m. Central European Time
Topic: Cengiz will present several multi-layer use cases that adapt the lower layers of the network to the needs of the IP/MPLS layer. He will also illustrate orchestration of services using SDN controllers in the IP/MPLS and optical layers, focusing on operational use cases for deploying new services and ensuring their constraints. In addition, he will provide an example of maintaining network efficiency under failure conditions.
Packet Design is a Silver Sponsor and will be exhibiting in Booth 402.
Packet Design Customer Symposium:
Before the event, Packet Design will host its third annual Paris Customer Symposium on March 19-20. Cengiz will discuss how SDN path provisioning can address several common SDN use cases. Industry keynote speaker Caroline Chappell, principal analyst with analyst firm Analysys Mason, will update attendees on SDN adoption by network operators, SDN business drivers and use cases, and the role of analytics and orchestration in enabling network transformation.
The Symposium will also include sessions on technical education, service assurance best practices, and early SDN deployments by Packet Design customers. In addition, attendees will learn about the company’s new SDN analytics and orchestration capabilities, including a path provisioning application, as well as highlights of the product roadmap.
The Symposium is free for Packet Design customers with current maintenance contracts. Register here: http://go.packetdesign.com/customer-symposium-paris-2017.
Both events will be held at the Marriott Rive Gauche Hotel & Conference Center.
About Packet Design
Packet Design technology is used in the world’s largest and most complex networks to improve network availability and performance, mitigate the risk from change, and enhance customer satisfaction. Its real-time telemetry and analytics are now powering intelligent automation by SDN controllers and service orchestrators in multi-layer, multi-vendor ecosystems. Packet Design customers deliver differentiated services faster and more economically, run their networks hotter with greater resiliency, and achieve first-mover competitive advantages. Visit www.packetdesign.com for more information.