Traffic Steering in Virtual Environments – Intel Chip Chat: Network Insights – Episode 81

November 16th, 2016 |
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Intel Chip Chat – Network Insights audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Nick St-Pierre, VP in the Office of the CTO at Sandvine, examines how to balance traffic through virtual network functions (VNFs) at scale in this archive of a livecast from the Intel Network Builders Summit in The Hague, Netherlands. He explains the use cases that require traffic steering and the importance of service function chaining and network service headers (NSH). Nick closes by describing the importance of the Intel Network Builders program in testing solutions, identifying partners and making decisions on which open standard initiatives to participate in.

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