The 5G PCF platform acts as the policy management function of the 5G control plane. It’s also one of the 5G core network elements providing quality of service and network policies.
Two main issues remain: Dissatisfaction by vendors with the technical approach being taken by the Defense Department, and if Pentagon personnel moves represent a conflict of interest.
Open source and containers found themselves at the center of M&A activity this year.
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for December 21, 2018: AT&T launches 5G, GE spins off Digital and IoT division, and AWS fires back at Oracle claims.
Oracle had previously tried to create its own SD-WAN technology, but it couldn’t get it to market fast enough for its customers.
AWS argues that it has a “direct and substantial economic interests at stake.” It says Oracle’s conflict-of-interest accusations are “meritless.”
Oracle’s lawsuit alleges conflicts of interest and says two people involved in the procurement process have close ties to Amazon Web Services.
The anti-botnet guide provides best practices for service providers, enterprises, and software and device manufacturers.
Kurian spent 22 years at Oracle before abruptly resigning last month. Reports quickly surfaced saying that Kurian clashed with CTO Larry Ellison over Oracle’s cloud strategy.
Cloud service providers have come to realize the importance of high-quality network connectivity to ensure a happy end user, says IHS Markit analyst Cliff Grossner.
The company’s got about a year to turn around its Oracle cloud business if it’s going to meet its lofty goals.
Oracle co-CEO Mark Hurd predicted that by 2025 all cloud apps will include artificial intelligence. And likely because of this AI strategy, the company reached a deal to acquire DataFox and its cloud-based AI data engine.
The company's new cloud architecture features "impenetrable barriers" that block threats and autonomous robots that find threats and kill them, said CTO Larry Ellison.
The move provides enterprises that are overwhelmed by available options with the choice of tested, open source tools that can be used to construct cloud-native-based applications.
The virtualization giant controls 21.7 percent of the $4 billion of the market. Microsoft ranks No. 2.