Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) and Software Defined Networks (SDN) are an accepted evolution in all areas of network concepts and technologies. They are dramatically transforming telecommunication networks, campus, enterprise, and data center networks, and accelerating the introduction of technologies and applications, which enable programmatic control of networks. Currently, NFV and SDN are in the transition phase from development and trials to full-scale deployments.
The 2021 IEEE NFV-SDN conference is an important forum for the ongoing exchange of the latest ideas, developments, and results amongst ecosystem partners in both academia and industry. The conference fosters knowledge sharing and discussion on new approaches as well as work addressing gaps and improvements in NFV and SDN-enabled architectures, algorithms, and operational frameworks for virtualized network functions and infrastructures.
Within this conference, the paper "Scalable and Resilient Network Traffic Engineering Using Erland-based Path Computation Element" is going to be presented at the Demo Track on November 11th between 12:00 and 14:00CET.
Register and join our presentation with Sebastien Merle from Peer Stritzinger.