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How should carriers approach cloud-native testing for Standalone 5G?

Testing and deployment at cloud scale needs cloud-style automation and orchestration. There’s already been gallons of ink spilled in service of lecturing Communication Service Providers (CSPs) on the importance of adopting cloud-native business processes and technology as they pivot to the introduction of 5G Standalone...

What is a Virtual Private Cloud?

A Virtual Private Cloud can help enterprises leverage public cloud economy of scale while keeping corporate data secure.

What is serverless computing?

Serverless Computing promises cost-effective cloud service delivery Serverless computing takes the guesswork out of managing cloud infrastructure. This lets app developers focus on writing code, not managing the servers the code runs on. Serverless computing promises more cost-effective management of the underlying hardware that enables...

What is a Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB)?

Cloud Access Security Brokers (CASBs) are foundational components of cloud-centric corporate cybersecurity solutions like SSE and SASE.

What is Security Service Edge (SSE)?

Gartner's recently-coined Secure Service Edge (SSE) describes the cloud security of SASE without wide area network (WAN).

How to develop a 5G ecosystem in the telco cloud era

Developing a 5G ecosystem requires CSPs to rethink their relationships with stakeholders and look for new opportunities, said this panel.

Three cybersecurity considerations in the 5G era

A panel of telecom cybersecurity experts discuss the issues affecting carriers as they implement 5G Core networks.

How is OSS/BSS evolving with the move to telco cloud?

5G drives monetization opportunities for telcos, but taking advantage of them demands an OSS/BSS rethink, say these experts.

How to transition from non-standalone 5G to standalone 5G

A panel of carriers and stakeholders discusses transitioning from Non-Standalone 5G (5G NSA) to Standalone 5G (5G SA).

How can 5G operators make the most of telco cloud? (Part 2)

With telco cloud, "It's no longer a technology conversation" Operators are, at varying speeds, embracing the scale, speed and economics of telco cloud as they look to make the most of 5G network investments. In the first part of this piece, we heard loud and...

How can 5G operators make the most of telco cloud? (Part 1)

Telco cloud is all about people, process and technology—but mostly about people One of the key messages from expert presenters at Arden Media’s recent Telco Cloud Forum was, perhaps not surprisingly, that people are key to success. While the move to cloud-native network operations is...

Three fundamentals of a cloud-native infrastructure strategy

BT's chief network architect Neil McRae offered some Kubernetes tips for telcos making the cloud-native migration for essential network apps.

What is the role of DevOps in telco cloud success?

DevOps: A cornerstone of cloud computing, but still novel to many network operators. Orange, KORE, and WGTwo share their experiences.

5G, the hybrid cloud, and hybrid work

5G sits at intersection of two major business trends: the enterprise pivot to hybrid cloud, and the labor trend towards hybrid work.

What is 5G bare-metal cloud infrastructure?

5G bare-metal infrastructure helps CSPs and hyperscalers deliver and manage predictable performance at the edge.

What is Zero Trust Network Access?

Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) is an information security approach that restricts user access to only what the user needs.

What is Firewall as a Service?

Firewall as a Service (FWaaS) is an essential part of Secure Access Service Edge (SASE), cloud-based network security.

How is 5G shaping the metaverse?

To get the metaverse to work for everyone, 5G needs to change. The metaverse can help make 5G work for everyone, too.

What is edge federation?

Edge federation is a standards-driven effort to enable seamless handoff between edge computing architectures.

What is Secure Access Service Edge (SASE)?

Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) has emerged out of necessity to respond to changes in enterprise security, forced by cloud adoption.

What is Disruption as a Service?

Disruption is a Service is a state of mind positioned for success in the on-demand cloud services market, says Rakuten.

How can telcos tap into the $400 billion XaaS opportunity?

Bain & Company thinks XaaS, or Anything as a Service, is a $400 billion opportunity waiting for telcos by 2025.

How is E2E orchestration key to fulfilling the promise of 5G?

Network slicing is a primary feature of Standalone 5G but E2E orchestration of the network and services presents challenges Operators are facing challenges along multiple vectors with the complementary yet distinct transitions to Standalone 5G, disaggregated network systems, and cloud-native operations. At the same time,...

Is XaaS the future of cloud computing?

Public cloud spending is on the rise, led by Anything as a Service (XaaS) segments. Is this the inevitable future of cloud computing?

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