Red Hat and Huawei join forces to offer NFV based on OpenStack
Red Hat and Huawei have announced an alliance to collaborate on the development of OpenStack and create new features for network virtualization (NFV), demanded by communication service providers. Companies based on a survey by Infonetics Research, which concludes that 93% of telecom operators has plans to deploy NFV infrastructures.
At the same time, the study reports that OpenStack has become the platform of choice for workloads NFV, and Huawei and Red Hat are participating in a global partnership to cooperatively design solutions cloud grade carrier for CSP, ie, cloud service provider or cloud service provider.
The goal of this alliance is to integrate Red Hat Enterprise Linux Platform OpenStack with FusionSphere cloud OS Huawei in the management layer to provide a unified cloud solution that is open, flexible and ready for production and to support NFV evolution telecom operators.
Working together, Huawei and Red Hat plan have the idea of aligning the rising contributions, product engineering and marketing efforts going to drive adoption of OpenStack deployments NFV by CSP, as the statement said.
Huawei and Red Hat will work together to develop new features NFV to enable the OpenStack community improve their businesses with new deployments in the cloud aprte of the CSP, and serve as the basis of highly scalable solutions in infrastructure-as-a -Service (IaaS).
Huawei and Red Hat also plan to work together to certify the combined solution, giving confidence that CSP solutions provide a consistent performance and higher capacity.