How would you rate your organizations adoption of NFV?

Discussion created by hausmus Employee on Jul 13, 2017
Latest reply on Aug 21, 2017 by hausmus


Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) is an evolving network approach that enables the replacement of expensive dedicated hardware devices such as routers, firewalls and load balancers with software-based network appliances that run as virtual machines on industry-standard servers.

Learn more about NFV.



What does NFV mean to you, in your roles as Network Engineers and Operations? What are you most looking forward to the adoption of NFV? Here are a few additional questions to kickstart the conversation, but we invite you to share what NFV means to you - your views, experiences, outlook, and even, questions on the approach. 


  • How would you rate your organizations adoption of NFV?
  • What do you see, or have you seen, as the business benefits of NFV? 
  • What is your preferred way to learn more about NFV (i.e. online courses, webinars, articles, ask the expert sessions, etc.)?