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Several MEF SD-WAN vendor members including Riverbed, VMware/Velocloud, Nuage Networks/Nokia, and Amartus have stepped up to develop the MEF 3.0 Multi-Vendor SD-WAN Implementation project to solve the problem of orchestrating services over multiple SD-WAN deployments based on different technology vendor products.
The demo “Making end-to-end service lifecycle management real with MEF’s LSO Presto API” highlights how dynamic automated network services are fundamental to MEF 3.0’s transformation vision. The PoC proves how open and standardized APIs can realize the promise of zero integration for various multi-vendor components, significantly reducing CAPEX and OPEX.
Amartus will be outlining the progress to date on the MEF3.0 Implementation Security as a Service (SECaaS) project that MEF is facilitating to accelerate the implementation and adoption of MEF 3.0.
Amartus’ Technical Architect awarded MEF-CECP Certified Professional of the Year.
“Dr. Bartosz Michalik from Amartus is a very understated and modest person. He has been very versatile. Not only is he a MEF-CECP certified professional. He’s also a computer scientist. He has been very strong in all areas of LSO. Bartosz has been very actively leading in every LSO Hackathon from the beginning, and then blogging about them. He co-leads the OpenCS Packet WAN project, actively contributed to LSO Presto SDK development. He is educating the next generation on LSO and MEF standards in general. Bartosz is also very involved in the key OpenDaylight Unimanager project which introduced LSO Presto to OpenDaylight. He also co-authored the IEEE paper on LSO together with Jack Pugaczewski, Tara Cummings and Donald Hunter.
On behalf of the entire membership of MEF, please join me in congratulating Dr. Bartosz Michalik, from Amartus, as the MEF CECP Professional of the Year.”
— Nan Chen, President, MEF
Michalik has been actively involved in the activities towards definition of the data models and APIs for the LSO Presto reference point since its inception and is currently co-leading the LSO Presto Hackathon project.
For this year’s show, we’ve prepared an array of activities, including exhibiting, working with EXFO Inc. on a lifecycle service orchestration (LSO) proof of concept (PoC), lending expertise to LSO hackathons and presenting on a Security-as-a-service technology panel.