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Great deck by Steve Collins at ONUG: https://www.slideshare.net/StephenCollins35/a-framework-for-infrastructure-visibility-analytics-operational-intelligence
If you're at OPNFV summit in Beijing this week and want to understand more about how Project Bamboo is bringing PNDA to OPNFV, or how PNDA can be used to apply big data analytics to NFV in general, Donald Hunter #theotherdonald, is there for team PNDA. Contact us at email@example.com to arrange a meetup.
Schedule a time to meet with a member of the PNDA team, then stop by the booth in the devnet zone to see a personal demo of PNDA 3.4, together with pnda-powered BGP Analytics — the 100% open-source platform enabling industry convergence for network data analytics. Contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org on the best time to … Continue reading Schedule your live demo of PNDA at Cisco Live!
Big data analytics, as with many other new technologies, can suffer from hype together with the trough of disillusionment and scepticism that accompanies it. If network data is big data, we've got no option but to climb up the slope of enlightenment. Is the problem we have in network data analytics really a big data problem? … Continue reading Is network data big data?
Closed loop network control is much hyped at the moment, and with good reason; the potential operational savings and service improvements from using the output of analytics to trigger orchestration and control functions to react to problems dynamically, or to automatically optimise the deployed infrastructure and services, are significant. We’ve previously discussed this in ETSI NFV … Continue reading Feedback loops and closed loop control