Whether you want to run your service on a single device, clustered devices, or up into the cloud – find out how cloudification gives you the portability to run it wherever you want.
The platform integrates the VxWorks proprietary real-time operating system that first premiered in 1985, and Wind River Linux.
This eBrief takes a look at how open source projects including ONAP, CNCF, OpenStack, Kubernetes, Ceph and StarlingX come together to enable service portability at the edge.
The testing included work on the functional components of the Wind River virtualization platform, including interoperability with Open Source MANO (OSM) orchestration.
Jonathan Bryce, the executive director of the OpenStack Foundation, said that the scope of edge computing is extremely large, and StarlingX is needed to fill one of the spaces in the stack.
The deal ends Intel’s near decade of ownership of Wind River. The embedded software firm will keep its existing management team when it's independent.
The project launched last month uses source code from AT&T and is targeted at developing carrier-grade computing applications running in virtual machines and containers. The community expects to release code by mid-year.
Legacy M2M systems are becoming expensive to maintain.
Vendors jump on MEC, and ETSI creates a working group.
The problem is vast, but a few options are emerging.
There were big personnel changes at Cisco and Cumulus.
NTT will run EPC in its network with NFV technology, starting in March.
Placing an NFV bet on the virtual CPE.
A departure at Wind River tops this holiday-break edition of the Roundup.
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