This Intel®-Qosmos Solution Brief explains how the Enea Qosmos NFV probe, running on Intel® Xeon® processors, provides real-time, high-granularity data for traffic going through virtual and physical infrastructure, enabling high-performance NFV network troubleshooting.
Ensure a high-quality user experience in your network by using predictive analytics for response times combined with other network indicators. Proactively and automatically improve the quality, performance and availability of your network services to enable them to run continuously within your defined SLA’s.
In order to increase profitability and compete effectively, especially against cloud service providers and over-the-top (OTT) services companies, communications service providers are looking to reduce costs, simplify customer infrastructure, and increase service agility. One way to achieve this is through support of virtual customer premise equipment (vCPE) as a new service delivery architecture. With vCPE, the carrier installs basic customer premise equipment (CPE) at the subscriber site, and delivers more advanced CPE service functions from a data center in a central office, point of presence (PoP) or other central location.
This Intel® Network Builders solution brief, written in partnership with Qosmos, covers how network equipment, platform, middleware, and software suppliers can use service classification to build an application-aware NFV Infrastructure for vCPE Services.
This Intel®-Qosmos Application Note explains how Qosmos DPI-based IP classification technology, running on hypervisor-hosted platforms based on Intel® Xeon® processors, enables dynamic service chaining according to Layer 7 policies and rules.