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CONGRESS DAY THREE
THURSDAY 13TH OCTOBER
(King Willem Alexander)

 
 

 

 

08:30

 

Registration and EXPO open

 

09:00

Opening remarks

Mark Lum | Chair | SDN World Congress

Co-Founder & Market Lead | Layer123

 

09:00

Chair's Opening Address

Michael Howard | Sr. Research Director & Advisor, Carrier Networks | IHS Markit

 

 

KEYNOTES – NFV+SDN+MANO: A NEW NETWORK PLATFORM FOR BUSINESS INNOVATION

 

09:10

KEYNOTE

Vijoy Pandey | Head of Engineering, Networking | Google

09:30

Amdocs, AT&T and the open network – a new paradigm needs a new approach

Ragu Masilamany | VP, Head of Products, Network Virtualization & Control | Amdocs

09:50

KEYNOTE

Jehanne Savi | Executive Leader, All-IP & On-Demand Networks Programs | Orange

10:10

Maximising Margin When Selecting a Flexible Virtualised Platform

Simon Osborne | CTO | Comptel

10:30

 

KEYNOTE

Reserved

 

10:50

 

Refreshment & exhibition break

 
 

 

MORNING FORUMS

 

11:20

 

Please choose from one of four Forums – Technology, Operations, Business, Open Networking – or the ETSI MEC Forum. Details follow below

 
 

TECHNOLOGY FORUM
(Mississippi)

 

11:20

Chair's Opening Address

David Krozier | Principal Analyst | Current Analysis

11:25

 

Verizon Network Transformation

Bryan Larish | DMTS, SDN/NFV Architecture Planning | Verizon

11:45

Mixing Oil and Water:Containers or VMs for NFV

Mike Bursell | Chief Security Architect | Red Hat

Vice Chair, SEC(Security) WG | ETSI NFV ISG

12:05

 

Transformation for SDN-based Transport (SDN WAN)

Eva Rossi | Head of Transport Product | Vodafone

12:25

Reality-check: Boosting VNFs with Vector Packet Processing (VPP)

Nicolas Bouthors | CTO | Qosmos

 

Christophe Fontaine | Open source Software Engineer | Qosmos

 

12:45

 

Lunchtime Debating Tables

 
 

 

An opportunity to discuss and debate key topics under the guidance and leadership of SDN Congress and NFV Advisory Panel members

 
 

1. Topic to be announced

Dave Meyer | Chief Scientist & Fellow | Brocade

Director, Advanced Network Technology Center | University of Oregon

 

2. Journey towards openness – delivering quality of service, controlling deployment costs

Charles Ferland | VP Business Development | Nuage Networks

 

3. Migration to the Cloud CO

Robin Mersh | CEO | The Broadband Forum

 

4. Topic to be announced

Chris Donley | Sr. Director, Telco Open Source Ecosystems | Huawei

Board Member | OPNFV

 

 

TECHNOLOGY AFTERNOON SESSION

 

13:45

Chair's Market Highlights

Donglin Shen | Principal Analyst | EJL Wireless

13:50

Securing Heterogeneous SDN-based Cloud Environments

Robert Cannistra | Distinguished Professional Lecturer of Computer Science and Information Technology | Marist College

 

 

Brittany Ross, James Crowley, Marcos Barbieri | Marist College

 
 

 

With the inception of SDN and NFV, we have significantly increased the number of heterogeneous networks installed in cloud environments. While this allows the provider to use the best-in-class, or even the lowest cost hardware alternative, security attacks, threats, and vulnerabilities are increasing daily.

When an attacker is unable to use reconnaissance tools to determine what resources or vulnerabilities exist on the network then the attack and potential threat is mitigated before it even begins. We accomplish this using a heterogeneous SDN with NFV replying on automation, programmability and intelligence thus providing elasticity of the infrastructure.

 

14:10

 

Topic in development

Senior Representative | Spirent Communications

14:30

Security in the Era of Virtualization

Louis Scialabba | Director, Carrier Solutions Marketing | Radware

14:50

Deploying Hyperscale SDN and NFV in Next-Generation Data Centers

Bryan Sadowski | VP, DCEngine & FlowEngine Product Marketing | Radisys

15:10

 

Refreshment & exhibition break

 

15:40

Chair's Market Highlights

Tim Doiron | Principal Analyst, Practice Lead, Intelligent Networking | ACG Research

15:45

Unification of Formal and De Facto Standards for Abstraction and Autonomic Control of the Transport Network

Daniel King | Senior Researcher, BT & Intel Co-Lab | Lancaster University

Principal Consultant, Old Dog Consulting | Research Associate, ONF

16:05

Versatility and scalability through open source based vCPE software solutions

Ulf Bragnell | Director, Product Management | Enea

16:25

Delivering on the NFV promise with high performance, flexibility and cost-efficiency

Daniel Joseph Barry | VP Positioning and Chief Evangelist | Napatech

16:45

SDN Management and Orchestration (MANO) for Multi-Service Networks

Cengiz Alaettinoglu | CTO | Packet Design

17:05

 

PANEL DEBATE – Containerisation – with a strong focus from the Cloud and IT community to develop new container approaches, how will this affect NFV and operator strategies?

 
 

 

Danny Phillips | Director, Product Marketing | Citrix

 

Syed Shaaf | Principal Solution Architect | Red Hat

 

 

Senior Representative | Metaswitch

 

Moderated by:

Tim Doiron | Principal Analyst, Practice Lead, Intelligent Networking | ACG Research

17:50

 

End of Congress Day Three

 
 

OPERATIONS FORUM
(Onyx)

 

11:20

Chair's Opening Address

Grant Lenahan | Partner and Principal Analyst | Appledore Research Group

11:25

Creating infinite scalability and redundancy with your service functions

Nick St-Pierre | VP, Office of CTO | Sandvine

11:45

NFV developments and future works

Kazuaki Obana | Executive Research Engineer | NTT DOCOMO

12:05

Assuring Quality of Experience in Dynamic Networks

Marcus Friman | Chief Product Officer & Co-founder | Netrounds

12:25

Topic in development

Shahar Steiff | AVP New Technologies | PCCW Global

Board Member | MEF

12:45

 

Lunchtime Debating Tables (see above)

 

13:45

Chair's Market Highlights

Sue Rudd | Director Service Provider Analysis | Strategy Analytics

13:50

Is there a Role for Dynamic Pricing in 5G, SDN & NFV?

Lothar Reith | Senior Consultant | Detecon

14:10

Topic in development

Mukesh Kumar | DMTS System Engineering | Verizon

14:30

 

Topic in development

Senior Representative | Pica8

14:50

SDN Security – An Evolution

Sandra Scott-Hayward | Lecturer | Queen's University Belfast

Research Associate | Open Networking Foundation

15:10

 

Refreshment & exhibition break

 

15:40

Chair's Market Highlights

Roy Chua | Partner & Co-curator | SDxCentral

Partner | Wiretap Ventures

15:45

 

ONF Update – Project Atrium

Senior Representative | Open Networking Foundation

16:05

 

Honeypots for Cloud Providers

Matthew Johnson | Professional Lecturer of Computer Science and Information Technology | Marist College

 

 

Vallie Joseph, Piradon Liengtiraphan, Daniel Jast | Marist College

 
 

 

While traditional and even emergent firewalls serve to protect network and application resources, the primary goal is to have true anonymity and security across the network NFV appliances deployed as VNFs can be risky, unless they are deployed correctly. In the world of continuous, emerging threats, we approach this problem by first creating a honeypot that would fingerprint as the detected resource. The data collected from the honeypot is then analyzed by an open source analytics software code named "Longtail" to generate information that serve to represent the general trend of attacks toward the secured resource.

In this presentation, we will present the what, how, why and when in reference to provisioning a honeypot within a cloud provider in order to fingerprint a real secured resource.

 

16:25

MEF's Lifecycle Service Orchestration: Inter-Operator, End-to-End Orchestration of Dynamic Third Network Services

Pascal Menezes | Chief Technology Officer | MEF

16:45

 

Topic TBA

 

17:05

 

PANEL DEBATE – What steps is the industry taking to harmonise competing Orchestration visions?

 
 

 

What are the prospects for resolution towards a set of industry standard Orchestration tools? What can operators use to maximise competitiveness today, while minimising the risks of proprietary lock in?

 
 

Ari Banerjee | Senior Director, Strategy | NEC/Netcracker

 

 

Stephen Lacey | Principal NFV Architect | Comptel

 

Moderated by:

Roy Chua | Partner & Co-curator | SDxCentral

Partner | Wiretap Ventures

17:50

 

End of Congress Day Three

 
 

BUSINESS FORUM
(Amazon)

 

11:20

Chair's Opening Address

Ray Mota | Managing Partner | ACG Research

11:25

 

Topic in development

Wylie Nelson | VP – Wireless & Testing | Kyrio

11:45

SDN/NFV Enabled CloudB2B

Angela Zhang | Senior Marketing Manager, Carrier BG | Huawei

12:05

SD-WAN and DevOPs: Threats and Opportunities

Lakshmi Sharma | Senior Director Product Management SWBU | Brocade

12:25

Adding the Value of Universal-CPE in NGN Virtualized Networks

Oded Bergman | Senior Product Manager | MRV Communications

12:45

 

Lunchtime Debating Tables (see above)

 

13:45

Chair's Market Highlights

Nancee Ruzicka | President | ICT Intuition

13:50

Topic in development

Dimitra Simeonidou | Director Smart Internet Lab | University of Bristol

CTO | Bristol is Open

14:10

Practical Experience with Deployment of vIMS at a Major Tier-1 Operator

Aleš Potočnik | Director | Iskratel

14:30

 

Optimization services to improve wireless customer-experience in the new world of encrypted traffic, SDN and NFV

George McGregor | Senior Director Product Management | Citrix

14:50

Topic in development

Laurent Perrin | Director Product Management | Orange Business Services

15:10

 

Refreshment & exhibition break

 

15:40

How to be Able to Experiment with New Customer Services, by Adopting NFV/SDN Paradigms

Łukasz Mendyk | NFV/SDN Solution Manager | Comarch

16:00

Chair's Market Highlights

Robert Haim | Business Analyst | ACG Research

16:05

Programmable Networks

Graham Walker | Product Manager | Allied Telesis

16:25

Topic in development

Michael Bushong | VP of Software Product Management | Brocade

16:45

Topic in development

Steve Wright | NFV & SDN Industry Engagement, Standards & Industry Alliances | AT&T

Chair, End User Advisory Group | OPNFV

17:05

 

PANEL DEBATE – Leveraging new NFV+SDN techniques for security

 
 

 

Where are the pain points, what first applications or deployments can be identified?

 
 

Yann Rapaport | Product Manager | 6WIND

 

Louis Scialabba | Director, Carrier Solutions Marketing | Radware

 

Moderated by:

Robert Haim | Business Analyst | ACG Research

17:50

 

End of Congress Day Three

 
 

OPEN NETWORKING FORUM
(Yangtze 1)

 
 

 

Open Networking Forum @SDN World Congress supports a dedicated session to accelerate progress in open networking. Ecosystems, interoperability, certification, open API standardisation are all essential aspects of future network development and operation – as well as new paradigms such as DevOps and open source software.

 

11:20

Chair's Opening Address

Eric Hanselman | Chief Analyst | 451 Research

11:25

 

TBA

 

11:45

The MAMI project and the NFV way to Internet path transparency

Diego López | Head of Technology Exploration | Telefónica

Chair | ETSI NFV ISG

12:05

 

TBA

 

12:25

Topic in development

Randy Levensalor | Lead Architect, Cloud and Managed Services | CableLabs

12:45

 

Lunchtime Debating Tables (see above)

 

13:45

Chair's Market Highlights

Craig Matsumoto | Managing Editor | SDxCentral

13:50

 

OSM, OPEN-O, OPNFV, 10 SDNs, OpenStack plus VNFs – How modelling and open ecosystem allow you to test all of the combinations without eating your bottom line?

Nicolas Thomas | NFV Pioneer | Canonical

14:10

Addressing new operational capabilities enabled by SDN: developments and insight to next steps

Afrodite Sevasti | Senior Project Manager | GÉANT

Chief Business Development Officer | GRNET

14:30

OpenStack challenges: One year later

Charlie Ashton | Director of Business Development | Wind River an Intel company

14:50

 

Topic in development

Senior Representative | Orange

15:10

 

Refreshment & exhibition break

 

15:40

Chair's Market Highlights

David Krozier | Principal Analyst | Current Analysis

15:45

 

Network Visibility

Dhiman Chowdhury | Director of System Engineering | Agema Systems

16:05

 

Topic in development

Reserved

 

16:25

 

Introducing the NFV Industry Standard Benchmark initiative

Steve Vandris | Director, Datacenter Network Solutions Group | Intel

Board Member | OpenFog Consortium

16:45

 

Topic in development

Reserved

 

17:05

 

End of Open Networking Forum

 

17:05

 

End of Congress Day Three

 
 

ETSI MEC MOBILE EDGE COMPUTING FORUM
(Oceania)

 
 

 

 
 

 

Layer123 is delighted to host this first MEC Forum, which has been organised by ETSI MEC ISG and WG leadership

 
 

 

The work of the MEC initiative aims to unite the telco and IT-cloud worlds, providing IT and cloud-computing capabilities within the RAN (Radio Access Network). The ISG MEC will specify the elements that are required to enable applications to be hosted in a multi-vendor Mobile-edge Computing environment.

The scope of work on MEC will be highly focused and complement the work on NFV. MEC will enable applications and services (Layer 4 and above) to be hosted 'on top' of the mobile network elements, i.e. above the network layer. These applications and services can benefit from being in close proximity to the customer and from receiving local radio-network contextual information.

 
 

 

Mobile-Edge Computing – Introductory Technical White Paper
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15:40

MEC Introduction

Joe Cahill | Vice Chair | ETSI MEC ISG

Wireless Access Platform Solutions Architect | Intel

16:00

Use cases and requirements

Günter Klas | Senior Manager Internet and Network Standards | Vodafone

 

16:35

MEC architecture and APIs

Uwe Rauschenbach | Rapporteur, ETSI MEC ISG | Rapporteur, ETSI NFV ISG

Senior Standardization Specialist, Nokia Bell Labs and CTO Nokia | Nokia

 

17:10

MEC Integration with NFV

Hu Yun Chao | Chair, IEG WG, ETSI MEC ISG | Chair, EVE(Evolution & Ecosystem) WG, ETSI NFV ISG

Director, Corporate NFV Standardization Strategy | Huawei

 

17:30

 

PANEL DEBATE – The role of MEC, NFV and SDN in advancing the transformation of the mobile-broadband network into a programmable world and opening up new business opportunities

 
 

Moderated by:

Frank Rayal | Founding Partner | Xona Partners

 

18:00

 

End of ETSI MEC Forum

 

18:00

 

End of Congress Day Three

 

 

 

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