The widespread deployment of cloud infrastructure has led IT teams to demand freedom of choice, but that might not always be what’s best for the organization as a whole.
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Borrowing from the astrological meaning, the Goldilocks Zone refers to the space where organizations have the right amount of resources and combination of components to support network life.
DoCoMo’s implementation runs on Ericsson-provided OpenStack-based virtualized infrastructure managers and includes VNFs from multiple vendors such as NEC, Nokia, and Fujitsu.
Following the Equifax breach, which exploited an open source framework library, many organizations increased their security postures, but that doesn't mean that open source is safe to use again.
During the last five years, the NFV market has been heating up, but in order to reach the next steps of innovation and growth the market must fill a number of technological gaps.
Telecom providers are increasingly using OpenStack for NFV, 5G, and IoT. The open source platform offers providers options to alleviate the burdens of migrating to the cloud.
Nitrogen includes support for Java 8 and is compliant with servlet 3.1.0.
What’s needed is an SDS solution that can accommodate all storage types.
The cornerstone of SDN is making the network’s control logic centralized and software-based.
Open source collaboration, persistent storage, and security were some themes to keep in mind.
There are questions that could derail the benefits of NFV/SDN that haven't been addressed.
2017 is shaping up as the year of TOSCA.
Openness is the true path of NFV.
DPI will not support agile application development.
It is expensive to have a security team, and not all open source projects can afford it.