Networking in Private and Public Clouds

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This 3-hour webinar describes the networking requirements of various cloud services (from infrastructure virtualization to software-as-a-service solutions) and designs you can use to build data center networks that support them. The webinar focuses on IaaS networking scalability and helps you select the most appropriate architecture for your environment based on the number of physical servers and tenants you envision in your environment.

Slide Deck and Introduction

Networking in Private and Public Clouds 4.7M 2017-04-18
Webinar Introduction 5:00 2017-04-14

[top] Requirements

Cloud Services Overview 24:33 2017-04-14
What Services Will Your Cloud Offer 35:03 2017-04-14
IaaS Networking Services Overview 18:19 2017-04-14
Multi-Tenant Requirements 28:15 2017-04-14

[top] Simple Cloud Networking Implementations

Basic IaaS Network Services Implementations 14:17 2017-04-14
Tenant Isolation 26:02 2017-04-19

[top] Virtual Tenant Network Implementations

Tenant Network Implementations 36:19 2017-04-19
Fabric-Based Virtual Networks 19:19 2017-04-19
Hypervisor-Based Virtual Networks 20:02 2017-04-19
Large-Scale Hypervisor-Based Virtual Networks 19:28 2017-04-19

[top] Over-the-Cloud and Hybrid Cloud Solutions (2014 version)

Over-the-Cloud Virtual Networking 28:48 2014-01-30
Conclusions 15:00 2014-03-11

[top] Obsolete Technologies (from 2014 presentation)

vCDNI 5:07 2012-04-02
vCider 3:14 2012-09-22
Edge Virtual Bridging (EVB) 2:23 2017-04-19
Carrier Ethernet-Based Solutions 2:59 2017-04-19

[top] Public Presentations

Cloud Computing Networking (EuroNOG) 2.5M 2012-04-18
Cloud Networking Scalability (RIPE64) 2.8M 2012-04-18

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