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Cloud-native Computing for Telcos: Definitions, Challenges and Opportunities
|Published by||Analysys Mason||Product code||581335|
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|Cloud-native Computing for Telcos: Definitions, Challenges and Opportunities|
|Published: November 20, 2017||Content info: 20 Slides||
"Telcos that intend to become true digital service providers must make adoption of cloud-native technologies a strategic priority."
Web-scale companies pioneered cloud-native computing as the fastest and most efficient way of developing and deploying software in the cloud. Communications service providers (CSPs) must also adopt cloud-native computing across their businesses if they aim to become digital service providers (DSPs).
DRIVERS OF DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR CSPS
John Abraham (Senior Analyst) is a senior analyst within Analysys Mason's Telecoms Software and Networks Research team. He leads our Revenue Management programme and our research into digital experience for monetisation platforms, as part of the Digital Experienceprogramme. John also contributes to our research into cloud-native architecture models, which is covered as part of the Software-Controlled Networking programme. John has been part of the telecoms industry since 2006, and joined Analysys Mason in early 2012. He has worked on a range of telco projects for operators in Africa, Europe, India and the Middle East. Before joining Analysys Mason, he worked forseveral years for a BSS vendor and before that for Dell Inc in India.
Caroline Chappell (Principal Analyst) is the lead analyst for Analysys Mason's Software-Controlled Networking research programme. Her research focuses on service provider adoption of cloud, and the application of cloud technologies to fixed and mobile networks. She is a leading exponent of SDN and NFV and the potential that these technologies have to enhance business agility and enable new revenue opportunities for service providers. Caroline investigates key cloud and network virtualisation challenges, and helps telecoms customers to devisestrategies that mitigate the disruptive effects of cloud and support a smooth transition to the era of software-controlled networks.