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December 11-13  - Santa Clara, CA
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Wednesday, December 13 • 3:30pm - 4:15pm
Management of Cloud Native VNFs with ONAP

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Cloud Native is a term that describes the patterns of organizations, architectures and technologies that consistently, reliably and at scale take full advantage of the possibilities of the cloud to support cloud-oriented business models. In this paradigm the Cloud Native Applications are developed specifically for deployment in and being managed by cloud environments, delivering on the characteristics associated with cloud. They are container packaged, dynamically managed and micro-service oriented, resulting in better reuse, simplified and cost effective operations and improved efficiency, agility and maintainability. Virtual Network functions are taking their first steps towards Cloud Native Architecture and this poses several interesting challenges for automation platforms like ONAP. The VNFs would now be composing of several microservices each of which can be individually lifecycle managed. Container orchestration platforms like Kubernetes have powerful orchestration capabilities which would takes away most of the burden from higher level orchestrator. The Cloud Native Ecosystem has rich set of solutions for monitoring and optimizing a cloud native deployment which are becoming de-facto standards very fast. In this talk we discuss the implications of Cloud Native VNFs on ONAP and some suggestions on how should the ONAP architecture be evolved to be ready for Cloud Native VNFs.

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Munish Agarwal

Technology Specialist, Ericsson
Is a Senior Specialist in implementation architecture for operation and business support systems. Has 19 years' experience in telecommunications working with product development, common platforms and architecture evolution. Has had hands on experience with Mediation, Rating, Order... Read More →



Wednesday December 13, 2017 3:30pm - 4:15pm
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