This demo highlights Sedona’s NetFusion Automatic Restoration App put to the test in a live, multilayer network, staged in Telefónica’s global CTO lab.
Without understanding the connectivity and dependencies between network layers, you are likely unaware of the wasted CapEx and OpEx spent on deploying, operating, maintaining, and troubleshooting the network. The Sedona NetFusion solution addresses these issues with products that focus on integrated discovery and control of the IP/MPLS and Optical layers.
In this video, we offer ten powerful use cases for Sedona’s NetFusion platform as reported by our customers. These use cases are enabled by NetFusion’s ability to automatically discover and map the connectivity and dependencies between the IP/MPLS and Optical network layers.
At ONS 2017, we caught up with Gal Afriat (VP Product) and Rached Blili (Director of Systems Engineering) from Sedona Systems to learn more about the NetFusion platform, the company, and how they see the market evolving.
Our customers are experiencing a network revolution with a world of multi-layer, multi-vendor, multi-domain information at their fingertips. Using NetFusion’s discovery and visibility capabilities, they have reported 10 common use cases and identified why these solutions are critical to business.
The NetFusion Intelligence and Automation App Platform is the first control platform that converges the layers, automatically discovering multi-vendor, multi-domain topology and traffic for both Optical and IP/MPLS layers, as well as the cross-layer connections between them.
Based on a webinar with Light Reading and Nokia, this white paper provides a detailed look at the new SDN-based IP and optical integration renaissance, including the market drivers, technology enablers, primary applications and use cases, leading operator success stories, and work yet to be done.
This white paper describes the NetFusion Intelligence and Automation App Platform, which enables multivendor discovery of the Optical layer, IP/MPLS layer, and cross-connections between the two layers. The accompanying NetFusion Explorer UI enables you to visualize and explore this multi-layer network model in near real-time, showing optically-aware IP/MPLS routing and conversely, IP/MPLS-informed optical paths.
Heavy Reading recently hosted a webinar on “The SDN-Driven IP-Optical Renaissance.” The speakers were Sterling Perrin, senior analyst at Heavy Reading, Ori Gerstel, Sedona’s CTO and co-founder, and Steve Vogelsang, President and CTO of Nokia’s IP/Optical Business Group.
In this video, Sedona’s Director of Systems Engineering, Rached Blili, demonstrates the powerful capabilities of the NetFusion platform and its NetFusion Explorer user interface.