The OPNFV Summit is next week in Berlin and I am excited to be attending. As a member of SUSE’s OPNFV efforts, this represents a great opportunity to talk with others working in the community on the same effort.
SUSE is focused on leveraging our experience in turning community software into enterprise-grade software, and in the case for OPNFV, into carrier-grade software. While OPNFV has many parts and sub-projects, we at SUSE are really focused on getting the core of OPNFV NFVi hardened, performant, and interoperable.
Come by our booth and talk with us. Having a broader dialog on what the community is doing, customer requirements and specifically what we at SUSE can do to further OPNFV goals and success is of great interest to us. Also drop by the OpenStack Neutron session that one of our distinguished engineers, Rossella Sblendido, will be covering. This is great topic, as Neutron is a core dependency for OPNFV and something that SUSE is very focused on. It fits into the overall SUSE goal of ensuring that the core of OPNFV meets all the criteria that carrier’s need.
Looking forward to a successful summit – see you next week in Berlin!