In this course, Ian Bartlett, Intel Solutions Architect, notes that even with cloud computing, there is still a need for Customer Premises Equipment (CPE). These devices are able to provide services for customers that historically required many pieces of hardware. Ian discusses how Software Defined Wide Area Networks (SD-WAN) have become a driving factor for enterprise networks looking to reduce their telecommunications costs and improve their end-user experience.
In this chapter, Ian Bartlett, Intel Solutions Architect, defines uCPE and SD-WAN and discusses how they can benefit enterprises and communications service providers.
In this course, Brian Skerry, Principal Engineer at Intel, examines the differences between Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) while learning how these two closely-related technologies work together. He explains how cl...
Dan Rodriguez, Vice President Data Center Group, GM Network Compute Division at Intel, begins this course by welcoming you to the Intel Network Academy. Later, Larry Horner, Intel Solutions Architect, provides an overview of how 5G and the Internet of Things (...
In this course, Larry Horner, Intel Solutions Architect, discusses the changes that will occur on the edge as well as their use cases. Larry also defines the 5G network, explaining the benefits and incentives to upgrade the network. Finally, he highlights what...
This 3-part course covers the basics of cloud and enterprise networking functionality including load balancers, web application firewalls, next gen firewalls, VPN, ZTNA, SASE, SD-WAN and CASB.
In this course, Petar Torre, Lead Architect for Telco Infrastructure at Intel, takes a deeper look into how Single Root I/O Virtualization (SR-IOV) is able to provide significant performance advantages over standard network virtualization methods.
Virtual Network Functions (VNFs) Operations: Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) Features in Kubernetes*
In this course, Larry Horner, Intel Solutions Architect, discusses how containers can be an ideal delivery mechanism for virtual network devices. Larry breaks down the technical details of how the container model interoperates with the physical network, provid...