What is Cloud-Native Architecture Most resources emphasize microservices in cloud-native architecture. They are critical for a DevOps pipeline where teams work on small parts of an app.
What are Cloud-Native Applications? Cloud-native apps often are microservices in containers. To make apps like that meant a change in production from legacy apps. Read on for more detail.
What is Cloud Native? Definition Cloud native is a descriptor of applications and services built specifically for the cloud, but is also a way to build those apps and services.
Container Basics Today’s container technology is an evolution of early Unix capabilities, with a similarity of containers sharing an OS. Learn more about containers basics.
Understanding the Kubernetes Monitoring Process It's common to monitor two layers, host and applications. When it comes to Kubernetes monitoring, the two center items that need visibility include pods and the container cluster itself.
Defining 5G Architecture Cutting-edge technologies and a redesigned wireless network architecture will be the foundation of the 5G architecture.
What Is Edge Computing? The definition of what is multi-access edge computing (MEC) is essentially a cloud-based IT service environment at the edge of the network. Learn more here:
Microservices Architecture in the Telco Cloud A microservices architecture in the telco cloud can be used for more agile software development and deployment models that reduce costs.
What is Software-Defined WAN (or SD-WAN or SDWAN)? Software-Defined WAN (SD-WAN or SDWAN) technology connects data centers and branch offices to deliver economical and easier-to-manage WAN technologies.
What’s in an NFV Cloud? The NFV Cloud aims to simplify how cloud and communications service providers deploy network services on standard hardware often with open source software
What's NFV Software? Discover the business benefits of using NFV software, what companies you can get it from, and why it can be trusted by reading this article.
What is NFV MANO? NFV MANO, a working group of ETSI ISG NFV, focuses on reducing chaos and increasing network functions virtualization management and orchestration.