By Carol Shottes, Converged Infrastructure Marketing Manager, HP
Did you attend one of the HP Networking theatre presentations at HP Discover? If you did, you may have enjoyed one of the following presentations given by HP subject matter experts Steve Brar and Rob Haviland.
In case you didn’t have a chance to attend HP Discover in Las Vegas, I’m sharing all the great content from their presentations. Viewing these presentations is a great way to catch up on the latest solutions from HP and extend the value of the HP Discover 2012 experience. Happy viewing!
HP and OpenFlow: What You Need to Know, by Steve Brar, Global Product Marketing Manager, HP
Today’s networks have a proliferation of protocols, resulting in complex, error prone configurations. Learn how to enhance network agility and reduce complexity with Software Defined Networks (SDNs) and industry-standard OpenFlow. This presentation discusses use cases for all types of networks including Enterprise Campus, Service Provider, Cloud and Data Center. See why HP is leading the industry with 16 OpenFlow enabled switches. View the presentation here, HP and OpenFlow: What you need to know
HP FlexNetwork Architecture, by Rob Haviland, Technical Marketing Engineer, HP
The FlexNetwork architecture is a key component of HP’s Converged Infrastructure. In this presentation you receive a comprehensive overview of HP Networking’s portfolio of switches, routers, wireless, security and management products. In addition, you’ll learn why industry analysts say it’s time for a change; and by introducing a second networking vendor, you can reduce your total cost of ownership (TCO) by at least 15 to 25 percent over a five-year time frame. View the presentation, HP FlexNetwork Architecture
Enable Cloud with Virtual Application Networks: Transforming Delivery of Applications to Users, by Rob Haviland, Technical Marketing Engineer, HP
Legacy networks are rigid and physical and can’t meet cloud expectations. HP Virtual Application Networks (VANs) look at the entire end-to-end process of delivering applications to the users. VANs help you characterize an application using preconfigured templates to create multitenant, on-demand topologies with device independent provisioning, all resulting in rapid application delivery. This means you can tune the network to the application delivery requirements and deliver applications to users in minutes, instead of weeks. View the presentation, Enable Cloud with Virtual Application Networks