SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Serro, trusted advisor and leading technology services firm to the world's largest enterprise and e-commerce organizations, announced today that company CEO Nitin Serro will participate on the Keynote Industry Panel at the upcoming OpenDaylight Summit hosted by the Linux Foundation. As a Bronze-level sponsor of the event, Serro will showcase some real world use cases of the OpenDaylight controller.
CEO Nitin Serro will join industry leaders from Google, Tencent and AT&T for a panel discussion entitled "Doing SDN at Scale." The panel starts at 4:50 on Wednesday, September 28. It will be moderated by OpenDaylight's Neela Jacques, who will lead the panelists in defining scalability and discussing the challenges involved in architecting and deploying large-scale SDN environments in telco, enterprise and research networks. Panel attendees will gain insights they can apply in their own environments.
"Some people have delayed deploying an SDN infrastructure because they have concerns about its ability to scale," said Serro. "My fellow panelists and I have direct experience with implementing some of the highest-scale SDN environments in a variety of settings, so I'm looking forward to a lively discussion and to sharing the lessons we learned with everyone who attends the session."
The Serro team will demonstrate a few use cases of OpenDaylight in real-world deployments during the Summit from Tuesday, September 27 to Thursday, September 29 at Seattle's Meydenbauer Center.
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