Software Defined Networking with Windows Server, System Center and Windows Azure

For this event we will be hosting Rajeev Nagar & Ravi Rao from Microsoft

About Rajeev Nagar

Rajeev Nagar oversees the Datacenter Networking & Platform team in the Operating Systems Group at Microsoft, responsible for infrastructural networking & connectivity technologies for Microsoft operating system platforms, devices, and services (Datacenter/Cloud). Past responsibilities have included strategic, business, & technological leadership for storage, clustering, and high-availability solutions within Microsoft Windows. Prior to Microsoft, Rajeev was founding-CEO and CTO of Kuokoa Networks, Inc., focused on storage networking solutions for enterprises, and founder/CEO of NTCS, Inc., delivering file-systems, storage, and security solutions for Windows based deployments. Rajeev has also held technical leadership positions with Hewlett-Packard, and Transarc Co. (IBM). Rajeev’s credits include multiple patents and publications, including a book on developing file systems. Rajeev holds a BE in Computer Engineering, MS in Computer Sc. (UCF), and a MBA (UC, Berkeley).

About Ravi Rao

Ravi Rao is a Principal Program Manager Lead on datacenter networking at Microsoft. In his role, he contributes to the overall Software Defined Networking strategy, including technologies such as the virtual switch, network virtualization, hardware accelerations and the TCP/IP stack. Previously, he worked on peer to peer protocols, WAN optimization solutions and networking APIs. Ravi has more than 20 awarded patents. He graduated with an MS in Computer Science from Michigan State University specializing in distributed systems.

Synopsis

MSFT operates very large datacenters worldwide. Lessons learnt from these large-scale deployments are delivered through Windows Server 2012 R2 and System Center 2012 R2, for private and hybrid cloud deployments. Ravi and Rajeev will walk you through SDN specific technologies shipping today as part of the Windows platform. This will include:

– The Hyper-V Extensible vSwitch as the policy edge of the network

– Hyper-V Network Virtualization as the overlay networking solution

– Windows Gateways providing the bridge between networks, including Windows Azure

– Using OMI for configuring the underlay network

– Using System Center Virtual Machine Manager as a centralized network controller

When Mar 26th 2014

Where Symantec Building E, 350 Ellis Street, Mountain View, CA

RSVP @ http://www.meetup.com/openvswitch/

Slides @ Microsoft SDN

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