Both companies were focused on infrastructure, and yet there was very little overlap in their product lines.
The modern service provider is embracing technologies that were once used only by enterprise IT.
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“If you asked me five years ago if I would be talking about open source I would have said you were crazy,” said Amy Wheelus, VP of Network Cloud at AT&T.
For Airship, the most pressing issue is minimizing the impact on network operations during more frequent update cycles.
The company has also built its own servers and plans to open source them. It's midway through its re-platforming project with the goal of making its infrastructure more homogenous.
Serverless Inc. CEO Austen Collins said that the open source community has accounted for 90 percent of contributions to the Serverless Framework.
OpenStack’s Rocky Release makes it easier to deploy containers on bare metal.
CTO Thomas Di Giacomo said the company plans to invest more into its operations including a focus on acquisitions.
Dell said edge products and services represent a massive opportunity, and VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger outlined his company’s telco strategy.
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.
The open source private cloud platform allows users to change their infrastructure to best suit individual workloads.
The Apache 2.0-licensed project brings openness to access networks, so they can interoperate.
The Linux Foundation-hosted project is opening up its seed code that initially was contributed by AT&T.
The capacity is correlated with consumption-based pricing, which service providers have been wanting for a long time.