August 14, 2017

Telecom Microservices Orchestration

  • Luong D.
  • Mongazon-Cazavet B.
  • Outtagarts A.
  • Thieu H.

The introduction of microservices in cloud infrastructure provides modularity, flexible with distributed software components. In telecom, the Network Function Virtualization (NFV) approach enable running an application as a collection of small components and microservices that share an operating system (OS) or distributed platform across many servers in cloud. In this paper, we present a microservice platform that targets the flexibility of telecom networks and the automation of its deployment. The demo shows that we can apply the IT approach for telecom in order to accelerate industry adoption and reduce time deployment of network services.

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