General Session: Tuesday 17th June

Time
Description
Speaker



10:30 - 13:00

Solutions Expo

An essential Agility 2014 experience is the F5 Solutions Expo.  All the Agility 2014 event sponsors, including Platinum Sponsors Cisco and VMWare, will be gathered here, ready to talk through the added value of our joint solutions. This is also the venue for hands-on experience of the F5 platform with our security, cloud, enterprise and service provider experts in the Genius Zone.  The DevCentral team will also be present to discuss matters iRules and iControl



11:30 - 13:00
Networking lunch for arriving delegates in the Solutions Expo

13:00
Welcome and Keynote AddressLizzie Cohen-Laloum
Senior Vice President,
EMEA Sales
F5 Networks

13:15
Keynote AddressJohn McAdam
President & CEO
F5 Networks

13:30
F5 Vision: Solutions for an Application WorldManny Rivelo
Executive Vice President Strategic Solutions
F5 Networks

14:15
Networking Break in the Solutions Expo

15:00
Presentation of Partner Awards
Jim Ritchings
Senior Vice President
Worldwide Channels
F5 Networks

15:15
F5 Technology Vision
Karl Triebes
CTO and Executive Vice President, Product Development
F5 Networks

16:05
General session conclusionLizzie Cohen-Laloum
Senior Vice President,
EMEA Sales

F5 Networks

16:10Business and Technical Breakout Sessions - Session 1

17:00 - 19:00
Networking Event and Pre-Dinner Drinks in the Solutions Expo

17:00 - 19:00
Delegate check-in

19:00
Transfer to evening event in Copenhagen

20:00
F5 Evening Event – Tivoli, Copenhagen

22:30
Transfers to Bella Sky Hotel

 

General Session: Wednesday 18th June

Time
Description
Speaker



08:00
Breakfast - Solutions Expo

09:00
Introduction and Welcome to Day 2Lizzie Cohen-Laloum
Senior Vice President,
EMEA Sales

F5 Networks

09:05

Gartner: Cloud, SDN and Shifting IT Strategies

Gartner Research Vice-President Neil Rickard discusses how networks will need to evolve in the face of shifting applications and services delivery strategies. What impact will SDN have on the data centre network and how will they need to be modified? How will cloud services impact the enterprise as they look to cope with new endpoints outside the traditional enterprise perimeter?

Neil Rickard
Research Vice President
Gartner

09:50
Panel Discussion: What's trending in Datacenter? Moderated by Dean Darwin, Senior Vice President, Worldwide Marketing


10:20
F5 ServicesJulian Eames
Executive Vice President Business Operations
F5 Networks

10:40
Networking Break in the Solutions Expo

11:30
Business and Technical Breakout Sessions - Session 2

12:20
Business and Technical Breakout Sessions - Session 3

13:10
Networking Break in the Solutions Expo

14:20
Business and Technical Breakout Sessions - Session 4

15:10
Business and Technical Breakout Sessions - Session 5

16:00
Conference Close and Depart




Business Breakout Sessions: Tuesday 17th June

Session Time
Solution Focus
Title and Overview
Speaker




Session 1
16:10 - 17:00
Synthesis

F5 Synthesis – Software Defined Application Services

Your business focus is on the applications that you deliver every day.  In this session we will demonstrate how Synthesis combines high-performance services fabric, intelligent services orchestration, and simplified business models to help you deliver the applications your business depends on securely, rapidly, and reliably. Uncover why some of the biggest thought leaders in the market, including Cisco, VMware, HP, and others, have partnered with F5 to support the Synthesis model.

Mats Ericsson

Session 1
16:10 - 17:00
Security Services  - AFM, GTM and ASM – data centre security

Multi-Layer Security for Multi-Layer Attacks

Organisations are facing new challenges in the ongoing struggle to protect sensitive information, data, and financial records. Threat vectors are changing rapidly. Traditional security strategies comprising single points of security, chained together across the infrastructure, are no longer enough to stop today's hackers' complex and highly varied attacks.  90% of IT security spending is aimed at deploying network security solutions, thus offering limited protection for the 75% of  DDoS attacks, data theft from SQL injections, or other sophisticated attacks aimed at the application layer.

F5's Security Services addresses both the network and application layers with the visibility to detect - and the means to prevent - such attacks from negatively impacting the application and network infrastructure, delivering availability and performance in the face of a multi-layered attack. Whether you're trying to secure inbound or outbound - or both - traffic, F5 Synthesis Software Defined Application Services (SDAS) are designed with performance in mind. As part of our latest release of F5 Synthesis, we've increased performance of our security services to ensure you don't have to choose between fast or secure; you - and your users - can have both.

Preston Hogue

Session 1
16:10 - 17:00
High Performance Fabric, F5 Reference Architecture strategy

Deliver Scale, Performance and Reduce Costs with F5 Synthesis - High Performance Services Fabric

F5 Synthesis is built on a high-performance services fabric. With aggregate connection capacity of 9.2B - more than one connection for every person on the planet, or 3 times the capacity needed to connect every Internet user across the globe, F5 can support up to 80 virtual instances per device and has an aggregate throughput of 20TB. 
All-active clustering thanks to ScaleN, with a focus on application services, ensures fault and resource isolation, so neighbouring tenants can't starve your services.  The services fabric provides application- and service-level control and failover to deliver industry-leading reliability. Workloads can be moved across the fabric without interrupting other services and can be scaled to meet your organisation's demand with F5's scalable platforms - from VE's to VIPRIONs.

Gary Newe &
Vincent Lavergne



Business Breakout Sessions: Wednesday 18th June

Session Time
Solution Focus
Title and Overview
Speaker




Session 2
11:30 - 12:20
Synthesis

F5 Synthesis – Software Defined Application Services (SDAS)

Your business focus is on the applications that you deliver every day.  In this session we will demonstrate how Synthesis combines high-performance services fabric, intelligent services orchestration, and simplified business models to help you deliver the applications your business depends on securely, rapidly, and reliably. Uncover why some of the biggest thought leaders in the market, including Cisco, VMware, HP and others, have partnered with F5 to support the Synthesis model.

Mats Ericsson

Session 2
11:30 - 12:20
Security Services  - AFM, GTM and ASM – Datacentre Security

Multi-Layer Security for Multi-Layer Attacks.

Organisations are facing new challenges in the ongoing struggle to protect sensitive information, data, and financial records. Threat vectors are changing rapidly. Traditional security strategies comprising single points of security, chained together across the infrastructure, are no longer enough to stop today's hackers' complex and highly varied attacks.  90% of IT security spending is aimed at deploying network security solutions, thus offering limited protection for the 75% of  DDoS attacks, data theft from SQL injections, or other sophisticated attacks aimed at the application layer.

F5's Security Services addresses both the network and application layers with the visibility to detect - and the means to prevent - such attacks from negatively impacting the application and network infrastructure, delivering availability and performance in the face of a multi-layered attack. Whether you're trying to secure inbound or outbound - or both - traffic, F5 Synthesis Software Defined Application Services (SDAS) are designed with performance in mind. As part of our latest release of F5 Synthesis, we've increased performance of our security services to ensure you don't have to choose between fast or secure; you - and your users - can have both.

Preston Hogue

Session 3
12:20 - 13:10
VMWare and F5 Partner Solution

F5 and VMware – Delivering the Software Defined Data Center

F5, the respected leader in Application Delivery Controllers (ADC), and VMware, the industry virtualization leader, have joined forces to develop and deliver joint solutions for the Software Defined Data Centre (SDDC). Customers can now choose best-in-breed technology to maintain a competitive edge from infrastructure to networking to the end-user device. In this session, you’ll learn about the very latest in Network Virtualization and End User Computing as well as the joint solution offerings from F5 and VMware.

Georgina Schaefer, VMware Networking & Security /
Calvin Rowland, F5

Session 3
12:20 - 13:10
Security - Secure Web Gateway Services

Mitigate Web Threats and Malware While Maximizing Productivity and ROI

Today, authorised users require access to the web and web applications to be productive. But, there is also a need for better control, management, and visibility of web access for authorised users and guests. Organisations also need to protect against advanced malware, embedded web threats, and data loss and theft. Learn how to stop more threats, consolidate and simplify infrastructure, minimize TCO and maximize ROI via centralised creation and management of context-aware access policies while ensuring secure web traffic.

Martin Budd

Session 4
14:20 - 15:10
Cisco and F5 Partner Solution

Unleash the Power of Cisco ACI and F5 Synthesis for Accelerated Application Deployments

Cisco’s Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) and F5 Synthesis are focused on efficiently delivering applications by taking a fabric-based approach to networking and services architectures.   Cisco ACI is designed to translate application requirements into services required for successfully deploying applications in a simplified and automated fashion. In this session, you’ll learn how F5 and Cisco technologies integrate and collaborate to enable IT to execute on its strategic mission.

Ravi Balakrishnan, Cisco /
Calvin Rowland, F5

Session 4
14:20 - 15:10
Migrate to New BIG-IP Platforms with F5    Business

Upgrade your F5 BIG-IP solutions with confidence – Deliver new application services and support new data centre and cloud architectures

Competitive migrations and technology refreshes are critical to ensuring your infrastructure is ready to address your security, cloud, performance and availability application needs. However, these initiatives are never taken lightly due to the potential business and operational impact. To position your organisation for optimal deployment, learn how F5’s interactive project definition workshops are helping customers set a robust foundation for moving to the latest F5 technologies while minimising risk and helping achieve business objectives.

Colin Nimmo /
Paul Boyle

Session 4
14:20 - 15:10
Security - Web Fraud Protection

Turning on Network Services that Protect Against Online Fraud

Organizations have been fighting malware that targets online services for over ten years.  However many security implementations are ineffective at protecting against modern Trojans and do not sufficiently guard against highly targeted phishing attacks.  In this session we will look at using network services to implement an effective anti-fraud strategy that builds upon your BIG-IP investment to offer greater protection against today’s most aggressive online-fraud attacks.  Join us to learn how to  effectively reduce fraud loss, secure your online business and protect your customers.

Gad Elkin / Alfredo Vistola

Session 5
15:10 - 16:00
Security - Identity and Access Management

Managing the Evolving Perimeter: A New Approach to Identity and Access Management

Take control of your identity and access security strategy in the face of an ever-evolving perimeter. With the webification of apps, the mobility explosion, and the increasingly dangerous threat landscape, businesses are challenged with controlling cloud access, effective enterprise mobility management, securing and managing web access, and securing remote access.  Learn how to leverage F5’s high-performance access and security solution to enable context-aware access, single sign-on (SSO) for users, and threat detection while simplifying management and the infrastructure.

Laurent Petroque

Session 5
15:10 - 16:00
Security - DDoS

Protect Your Infrastructure from Multi-Layer DDoS Attacks

The growing number of sophisticated attacks and countless attack vectors are increasingly difficult to mitigate. You’ve received advice to use technologies such as cloud-based services, web application firewalls, and network firewalls – but how do you manage cost and complexity and still ensure you have the right solution?
In this session we will discuss how to address current attacks in real time, and learn how to build a solution that will help you mitigate risk, lower management costs, and stay protected in the future.

Joakim Sundberg

Session 5
15:10 - 16:00
Cloud - Hybrid DC / VE

What's next for your Data Centre? Power Your Evolution with Physical and Virtual ADCs. 'Transform to the Cloud'

There’s no doubt application delivery and network infrastructures are going down the software defined road.  But if “software-defined everything” is the end vision, what does the path from physical to pure virtual look like?  And what implications does this transition have for IT leaders?  In this session, we’ll map out the evolution of the data centre.  We will focus on the first (and arguably the longest) phase of the transition: hybrid (physical plus virtual), highlighting key use cases where the addition of virtual application delivery elements to physical appliances makes the network more secure, reliable, and efficient.

Jeppe Koefoed /
Wim Zandee


Technical and Service Provider Breakouts

Session Time
Session FocusTitle and Overview
Speaker



Session 1
16:10 - 17:00
Synthesis

Technical  overview of SDAS and F5's Reference Architectures

Technical overview of Synthesis, Software Defined Application Services and F5's Security, Cloud and Mobility Reference Architectures

Steve Allie

Session 1
16:10 - 17:00

Security

Multi Layer DDoS  Mitigation - The 269 new Mitigation Details in the DDoS Protection Reference Architecture

Distributed Denial-of-Service attacks are top of mind for organisations in 2014. Attackers are exploiting amplification techniques for volumetric attacks while also increasing the sophistication of their application level attacks. Organisations must focus on designing the right DDoS protection architecture to effectively mitigate sophisticated multi-layer attacks.  In this session you will learn how the right architecture can mitigate modern DDoS attacks, from ICMP fragmentation grenades to the latest in SSL brute force key exchange attacks.  We’ll also review some key customer tools including a DDoS Best Practices guide and the DDoS Survival Handbook which provide critical guidance to simplify and ensure successful deployment of your architecture.

Joakim Sunberg

Session 1
16:10 - 17:00

Enterprise / Core

Scale your DNS Infrastructure to Ensure App and Service Availability

DNS traffic has grown over 100% in the last 5 years.  This increase in volume is largely attributed to the rollout of new services and applications to support the growing mobile lifestyle. In order to meet growing DNS demands, organisations often increase DNS capacity by adding more servers, in turn increasing costs.  DNS also continues to be a target for attacks, degrading DNS performance, causing outages or worse, directing browsers/visitors to malicious impersonators.  Learn how to architect intelligent DNS solutions that helps scale your DNS infrastructure, improve performance, mitigate attacks, and reduce data centre costs.

Nigel Ashworth

Session 1
16:10 - 17:00

Cloud / Core

F5 Management Solution - BIG-IQ Technical Deep Dive

A key pillar of F5’s Synthesis architecture, BIG-IQ is an intelligent framework for managing and orchestrating the delivery of application services both locally and in public and private clouds.  With a live demo, you’ll see how BIG-IQ manages and orchestrates application delivery and how you can manage BIG-IP devices across your enterprise.  Orchestration of application delivery in Amazon AWS, OpenStack and VMware NSX will be covered, as will management of F5’s ASM and AFM security devices.

Nicolas Menant

Session 1
16:10 - 17:00

Service Provider

Open Stack, SDN

This session looks at OpenStack - a popular choice to manage compute, storage, and networking resources in private and public cloud environments – in the service provider environment.  With F5’s focus on development of Layer 4-7 application services to augment existing SDN solutions, attend to see an overview of how F5 integrates with these technologies and architectures.

Christian Koenning

Session 2
11:30 - 12:20

Cloud

Cloud Migration / Bursting / Orchestration

Successful cloud computing depends on integrating application services across data centres seamlessly without impact to user experience.  F5’s Cloud Migration solution does this and more, optimising application delivery services across traditional and cloud architectures.  Join us for a technical review on how F5's Cloud Migration solution automates and orchestrates the deployment of application delivery services across both traditional and cloud infrastructures. Whether an organisation is adopting a public, private, or hybrid cloud, F5 simplifies the optimisation of business applications, ensuring that they’re fast, secure, and available—wherever they are. Find out how BIG-IQ Cloud integrates with existing cloud management and orchestration engines to streamline overall application deployment. See the demo on how F5's iApps® Templates and self-service model can rapidly provision application delivery services, enabling new applications to be made available to users in minutes instead of weeks.

Gary Newe /
Vincent Lavergne

Session 2
11:30 - 12:20

Security

Prevent Application and Malware attacks with F5 WebSafe and Mobilesafe

This session examines WebSafe’s  ability to detect web fraud by monitoring the integrity of the session data that the application expects to see between itself and the browser. This method isn’t vulnerable to ‘zero-day’ threats: malware variants, new proxy/masking techniques, or fraudulent activity originating from devices, locations or users who haven’t yet accumulated digital fraud fingerprints.

Alfredo Vistola

Session 2
11:30 - 12:20


VMware  and F5 - Joint Solution

 VMware and F5 - Technical Solution

F5’s and VMware have a strategic alliance around VDI and End User computing. In this session we will cover how F5 integrates in to the VMware infrastructure and the benefits of deploying F5’s application services..

Michael Koyfman /
Garry Owen,  VMware              

Session 2
11:30 - 12:20


Programmability(T):
iCall, iControl, iRules use cases, on-demand

TMOS Deep Dive -The Secrets to Customisation and Automation

Get the most out of your BIG-IP with the near limitless capabilities of our programmable APIs. In this advanced sessions F5 experts will guide you through getting the most out of your F5 device’s programmatic features. Tools, tips, tricks of the trade and more will all be covered along with some advanced examples of iRules, iControl REST and iApps, as well as a healthy focus on Q&A. Bring your questions, problems to solve and curiosity, and learn just how far you can go with F5’s APIs.

Philippe Cloup /
Aaron Hooley

Session 2
11:30 - 12:20

Service Provider

GI Consolidation - Streamline to Save Money and Enhance Network Quality

Many vendors sell point products that meet specific functional requirements but contribute to device sprawl in the S/Gi network. The F5 solution offers a unified framework that delivers critical network services with massive scalability and performance, along with significant flexibility, extensibility, and NFV-readiness. Join F5's SP Solution Architect and learn how you can deploy fewer servers, simplify your network, and increase network availability with less risk of point product failures that can take down your entire S/Gi network.   

Bart Salaets

Session 3
12:20 - 13:10
Cisco and F5 - Joint Solution

 Cisco ACI/VMDC

Cisco is pushing the Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) and the Virtualized Multiservice Data Centre (VMDC).  In this session, learn how F5 integrates into the ACI automation framework to deliver software defined application services.

Nicolas Menant /
Cisco Solution Architect

Session 3
12:20 - 13:10
Security

Multi Layer DDoS  Mitigation - The 269 new Mitigation Details in the DDoS Protection Reference Architecture

Distributed Denial-of-Service attacks are top of mind for organisations in 2014. Attackers are exploiting amplification techniques for volumetric attacks while also increasing the sophistication of their application level attacks. Organisations must focus on designing the right DDoS protection architecture to effectively mitigate sophisticated multi-layer attacks.  In this session you will learn how the right architecture can mitigate modern DDoS attacks, from ICMP fragmentation grenades to the latest in SSL brute force key exchange attacks.  We’ll also review some key customer tools including a DDoS Best Practices guide and the DDoS Survival Handbook which provide critical guidance to simplify and ensure successful deployment of your architecture.

Joakim Sundberg

Session 3
12:20 - 13:10

Security

Protect your internal users on the Internet with Secure Web Gateway

Users need to use the Internet to do their jobs, but unfettered access opens up exposure to web-based threats, malware, misuse and lower productivity. This session examines how SWG’s explicit proxy, URL filtering, and application delivery functions - on one platform – means a simpler network, less management, and safer Internet access.  

Rich Bible

Session 3
12:20 - 13:10
Cloud

Cloud Migration / Bursting / Orchestration

Successful cloud computing depends on integrating application services across data centres seamlessly without impact to user experience.  F5’s Cloud Migration solution does this and more, optimising application delivery services across traditional and cloud architectures.  Join us for a technical review on how F5's Cloud Migration solution automates and orchestrates the deployment of application delivery services across both traditional and cloud infrastructures. Whether an organisation is adopting a public, private, or hybrid cloud, F5 simplifies the optimisation of business applications, ensuring that they’re fast, secure, and available—wherever they are. Find out how BIG-IQ Cloud integrates with existing cloud management and orchestration engines to streamline overall application deployment. See the demo on how F5's iApps® Templates and self-service model can rapidly provision application delivery services, enabling new applications to be made available to users in minutes instead of weeks.

Gary Newe /
Vincent Lavergne

Session 3
12:20 - 13:10
Service Provider

Traffic Steering / PEM - Monetise your Data Traffic with Context Awareness

With a wide range of policy enforcement capabilities, F5’s Policy Enforcement Manager (PEM) delivers the insight you need to understand subscriber behaviour and effectively manage and control your subscribers' traffic streams.  PEM provides the ability to inspect application content and enforce policies based on user or system defined criteria. Policies may rate-limit, drop, DSCP/TOS mark, and intelligently steer subscriber flows to value added services platforms to deliver new revenue models and optimise utilisation of VAS systems.  Understand how intelligent service chaining can be achieved, with a seamless evolution to an NFV/SDN architecture, and discover how PEM can be utilised to provide the foundation for a flexible and dynamic model to enhance subscribers' data experience while increasing revenue from previously hard to deliver services.

Bart Salaets

Session 4
14:20 - 15:10
Enterprise / Core

Scale your DNS Infrastructure to Ensure App and Service Availability

DNS traffic has grown over 100% in the last 5 years.  This increase in volume is largely attributed to the rollout of new services and applications to support the growing mobile lifestyle. In order to meet growing DNS demands, organisations often increase DNS capacity by adding more servers, in turn increasing costs.  DNS also continues to be a target for attacks, degrading DNS performance, causing outages or worse, directing browsers/visitors to malicious impersonators.  Learn how to architect intelligent DNS solutions that helps scale your DNS infrastructure, improve performance, mitigate attacks, and reduce data centre costs..

Nigel Ashworth

Session 4
14:20 - 15:10
Core / Cloud

F5 Management Solution - BIG-IQ Technical Deep Dive

A key pillar of F5’s Synthesis architecture, BIG-IQ is an intelligent framework for managing and orchestrating the delivery of application services both locally and in public and private clouds.  With a live demo, you’ll see how BIG-IQ manages and orchestrates application delivery and how you can manage BIG-IP devices across your enterprise.  Orchestration of application delivery in Amazon AWS, OpenStack and VMware NSX will be covered, as will management of F5’s ASM and AFM security devices.

Nicolas Menant

Session 4
14:20 - 15:10
Security

Protect Your Internal Users on the Internet with Secure Web Gateway

Users need to use the Internet to do their jobs, but unfettered access opens up exposure to web-based threats, malware, misuse and lower productivity. This session examines how SWG’s explicit proxy, URL filtering, and application delivery functions - on one platform – means a simpler network, less management, and safer Internet access.

Richard Bible

Session 4
14:20 - 15:10
Cloud

Cloud Federation / SAML

With support for SAML 2.0, F5 now offers improved single sign-on (SSO) capabilities for web-based, VDI, and client/server applications—whether hosted in corporate data centres or the cloud. In addition, this session will cover how BIG-IP APM offers identity federation across multiple product instances within an organisation, reducing the number of passwords needed by users to access corporate applications.

Michael Koyfman

Session 4
14:20 - 15:10
Service Provider

Optimising TCP in today’s changing network environment

The need to juggle performance across wired, wireless and Wi-Fi networks is a challenge as each of these paths has very different characteristics when it comes to TCP.  Tuning the TCP stack to be optimized for the varying degrees of packet loss, latency and congestion on the different connection types is a challenge.   This session will cover tuning several aspects of your network and the underlying TCP stack to deliver an optimized application experience for all users.   Topics will include:
• Choosing the correct Congestion Control algorithm
• Optimizing TCP with techniques like TCP buffering and adjusting TCP window sizes
• Rate-based pacing to help multiple request/responses over a single connection
• Multipath TCP to automatically work around failures by leveraging Wi-Fi and 3G

Philippe Cloup

Session 5
15:10 - 16:00
Programmability(T):
iCall, iControl, iRules use cases, on-demand

TMOS Deep Dive -The Secrets to Customisation and Automation

Get the most out of your BIG-IP with the near limitless capabilities of our programmable APIs. In this advanced sessions F5 experts will guide you through getting the most out of your F5 device’s programmatic features. Tools, tips, tricks of the trade and more will all be covered along with some advanced examples of iRules, iControl REST and iApps, as well as a healthy focus on Q&A. Bring your questions, problems to solve and curiosity, and learn just how far you can go with F5’s APIs.

Philippe Cloup /
Aaron Hooley

Session 5
15:10 - 16:00
Cloud

Cloud Federation / SAML

With support for SAML 2.0, F5 now offers improved single sign-on (SSO) capabilities for web-based, VDI, and client/server applications—whether hosted in corporate data centres or the cloud. In addition, this session will cover how BIG-IP APM offers identity federation across multiple product instances within an organisation, reducing the number of passwords needed by users to access corporate applications.

Michael Koyfman

Session 5
15:10 - 16:00
Cloud

OpenStack, SDN

OpenStack  continues to be a popular choice for organisations to manage compute, storage, and networking resources in private and public cloud environments.  With F5’s focus on development of Layer 4-7 application services to augment existing SDN solutions, this session provides an overview of how F5 integrates with these technologies and architectures.

Christian Koenning

Session 5
15:10 - 16:00
Security

Prevent Application and Malware attacks with F5 WebSafe and MobileSafe

This session examines WebSafe’s  ability to detect web fraud by monitoring the integrity of the session data that the application expects to see between itself and the browser. This method isn’t vulnerable to ‘zero-day’ threats: malware variants, new proxy/masking techniques, or fraudulent activity originating from devices, locations or users who haven’t yet accumulated digital fraud fingerprints.

Alfredo Vistola

Session 5
15:10 - 16:00
Service Provider

LTE Roaming / DRA / Traffix

As 4G LTE deployments are happening across the region, communication service providers must manage the growing volume and complexity of diameter signalling among many new network elements.  This session explores how LTE network rollout can be made far more scalable using a centralised Diameter routing platform. The F5 Traffix Signalling Delivery Controller (SDC) manages Diameter signalling to ensure top performance and reliability so you can scale to support an unlimited number of subscribers. You’ll learn how to implement policy and charging rules and enforcement; enable network roaming; optimize online and offline charging with multiple vendors; and connect legacy and LTE systems. You’ll also hear how SDC can play an important role in the upcoming 2014 EU Data Roaming regulations.

Peter Nas




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