Schrödinger’s cat or stone soup, pick your favorite ONAP analogy.
Articles from the SDxCentral Research and Analyst team providing unique business and technology insights into cutting-edge SDx (software-defined everything) trends, including our perspectives on SDN, NFV, Cloud, DevOps, Security and IoT.
Just when you thought the waters were safe ...
Edge, the new overhyped term for MWC 2020.
Can applying NFV and SDN principles to a telco organization yield better results?
Will the NFV legacy trip up telcos’ leapfrog into containers?
The never-ending and quixotic quest for the universal networking fabric.
Is curated open-source still open source?
Expect network connectivity between clouds to get more complicated.
Try as you might, there’s no avoiding 5G (real and fake), IoT, SD-WAN, or AI.
In 2019 SD-WAN solutions will converge toward a universal archetype.
A collaborative approach from service providers might yield better results than one that seeks to disempower the vendors.
Service meshes could displace many L4-7 networking functions. But will they?
DPDK has extended its reach beyond packet processing and could be a universal API for other acceleration functions needed for effective NFV.
Achieving standard, commodity uCPEs will be a longer journey than anticipated.
To succeed in SD-WAN, service providers will need to transform their organization and improve their selling skills. Can they do it?