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OPNFV Euphrates release addresses open-source NFV testing, interoperability

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OPNFV has released OPNFV Euphrates, the project’s fifth platform release, focused on enabling service providers to accelerate network functions virtualization (NFV) transformation via open-source NFV.

A key element of the new release is that OPNFV Euphrates delivers Kubernetes integration as well as enhanced cross-community continuous integration (XCI) and new carrier-grade features such as increased virtualized networks visibility.

Read more at FierceTelecom

OPNFV Supports Containerized OpenStack and Kubernetes

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The OPNFV Project today announced availability of its fifth platform release — Euphrates. It’s the first release that delivers container integration and Kubernetes support. It gives the ability to deploy containerized OpenStack via Kolla, which provides production-ready containers and deployment tools for operating OpenStack clouds.

Read more at SDxCentral.

Cross-community collaboration: strengthening ties with OPNFV

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Collaboration is crucial in the land of open source, and with the rapid growth of projects and communities, cross-community activities are more important than ever. As an example of OpenStack’s dedication to cross community collaboration, we are working closely with the OPNFV community to help accelerate the adoption and innovation of Network Function Virtualization (NFV).

Read more at OpenStack Superuser


What are the key enablers for the success of commercial NFV deployment? How does OPNFV/Open Source help facilitate that? – Part 1

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Panel Discussion

Depending on whom you talk to there are many enablers for CSP success in NFV deployment – interoperability, orchestration, dev ops, back office agility, the list goes on. This panel discusses what those primary drivers are and the role that Open Source and OPNFV, in particular, can play in helping facilitate them.

Read more and watch the video at TelecomTV

China Is Driving To 5G And IoT Through Global Collaboration

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Telecoms and cloud service providers are gearing up for two of the largest functional changes in decades: The Internet of Things (IoT) which is happening now and 5G which is on the horizon. Both will require substantial investments in capital and operations for today’s networks to be competitive and thrive in this connected future. No single vendor can deliver the full stack, and proprietary technologies will not keep pace with these future needs.

Read more at Forbes