Cloud Native for Telco

A cloud-native strategy allows service providers to accelerate both the development and deployment of new services by enabling practices such as DevOps and continuous deployment and integration (CD/CI) while the ability to rapidly scale up or scale down those services allows for resource utilization to be optimized in real-time, in response to traffic spikes and one-time events.

  • Panel Discussion: Security in the 5G Era

    Panel Discussion: Security in the 5G Era

    5G is coming on fast. The carriers are already well down the implementation path. Are you (and your factory) ready for it, particularly when it comes to securing that network?

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  • Wind River Joins Cloud Native Computing Foundation as Silver Member

    Wind River Joins Cloud Native Computing Foundation as Silver Member

    Wind River has joined Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) as a Silver member to support the advancement of cloud native computing architectures and technologies such as containers for...

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  • Crunching Enterprise Containers for Industrial IoT

    Crunching Enterprise Containers for Industrial IoT

    In a world trending toward agile software practices and cloud-native development, containerization has become a handy tool in the enterprise development toolbox. Technologies like Docker allow...

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  • Implementing Service Portability at the Edge with Open Source

    Implementing Service Portability at the Edge with Open Source

    A primer on why a cloud native, open source strategy is critical for the telecommunications network edge.

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  • Co-existing with containers: Cloud Native solutions don’t need a greenfield

    Co-existing with containers: Cloud Native solutions don’t need a greenfield

    Containers are widely regarded as the next big thing in telco virtualization technology, but what about the service providers who have already deployed VM-based solutions? Some...

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  • Cloud Native for Telco: Making IT Technology Feasible at the Network Edge

    Cloud Native for Telco: Making IT Technology Feasible at the Network Edge

    The term cloud native has come to dominate telco industry discussions around network transformation. Communications service providers (CSPs) are realizing that the cloudbased networking practices...

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  • Bringing the Benefits of Linux Containers to Operational Technology

    Bringing the Benefits of Linux Containers to Operational Technology

    Linux container technology was introduced more than a decade ago and has recently jumped in adoption in IT environments. However, the OT (operational technology) environments, typically made up of...

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  • TOP OPTIONS FOR TRANSITIONING TO CONTAINERS AT TELCO EDGE

    TOP OPTIONS FOR TRANSITIONING TO CONTAINERS AT TELCO EDGE

    Top options for transitioning to containers at the telco edge: OPTION #1: Containers in virtual machines (VMs) | OPTION #2: Bare metal containers in VM architecture | OPTION #3...

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  • Cloud Native for Telco: What It Is, and Why You Need It56:42

    Cloud Native for Telco: What It Is, and Why You Need It

    This on-demand web seminar explores some of the key drivers moving the industry toward cloudification, including: Benefits of adopting a cloud native strategy, Unique challenges to implementing...

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  • BUILDING THE 5G EDGE WITH OPEN SOURCE AND CONTAINERS

    BUILDING THE 5G EDGE WITH OPEN SOURCE AND CONTAINERS

    5G brings new and updated use cases in vRAN, MEC, uCPE, transportation, healthcare, and Industry 4.0. These disparate use cases share common elements, including the need for low latency, high...

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  • Containers and VMs Now Equally Important as Service Providers Explore Cloud-Native Deployments

    Containers and VMs Now Equally Important as Service Providers Explore Cloud-Native Deployments

    “Cloudification” has become a hot topic recently at telecom conferences and in conversations with service providers. In this post we’ll provide some observations on the business...

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