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5G的雲端本機運算

Cloud-Native Computing in 5G Networks

出版商 ABI Research 商品編碼 915634
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 32 Pages
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5G的雲端本機運算 Cloud-Native Computing in 5G Networks
出版日期: 2019年11月07日內容資訊: 英文 32 Pages
簡介

本報告含括5G的雲端本機運算,提供雲端本機技術主要的價值命題,雲端工具,由軟體及DevOps手法所見的telco網路的演進,支撐MSP的營運的軟體中心架構的轉移的基礎設施、網路化軟體定義供應商等相關分析。

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 建議

第3章 雲端本機運算

  • 教訓
  • 雲端本機的價值命題

第4章 雲端本機技術概要

  • VM及容器
  • 微服務架構
  • 狀態最佳化設計
  • 服務網格
  • 網路服務網膜
  • 分散共享資料等級
  • 持續的整合 (CI) / 持續的輸送

第5章 5G網路架構的演進

  • 從VFN到CNF的演變
  • 分散網路的特徵
  • Telco SLA vs. IT SLA

第6章 5G TELCO (通訊業者)的服務必要條件

  • Telco等級的必要條件
  • Telco等級的功能

第7章 對應5G的TELCO的雲端

  • 虛擬化 vs. Telco雲端用雲端本機
  • 5G要素及雲端本機同等物
  • Telco的公共雲端

第8章 商業上檢討事項

  • 從Intramodal過渡到Intermodeal競爭
  • 演變到水平的平台方法

第9章 雲端本機運算的預測

  • 調查手法

第10章 供應商的簡介

  • Canonical
  • Mavenir
  • VMware

本調查提及企業

  • Amazon AWS
  • AT&T
  • Canonical
  • Ericsson
  • Google
  • Mavenir
  • Microsoft
  • Netcracker
  • Nokia
  • Openwave (an Enea company)
  • Telefonica
  • VMware
  • Vodafone
  • ZTE
目錄
Product Code: AN-4898

Actionable Benefits

  • Determine telco-grade service requirements in order for equipment, infrastructure and software vendors to engineer interoperable and scalable cloud-native products.
  • Identify optimal deployment strategies for MSPs wishing to implement cloud native tools and methodologies in their existing operations and internal processes.
  • Understand additional strategies that vendors can use to find new growth in the face of new innovative entrants in the market.

Critical Questions Answered

  • What are key value propositions of cloud native technologies?
  • How are telco networks evolving in light of cloud tools, software and DevOps methodologies?
  • Who are some of the infrastructure and network software vendors that are helping MSPs transition their operations to software-centric architectures?
  • What are some of the questions MSPs are asking before they adopt new products based on cloud-native computing principles?

Research Highlights

  • In-depth analysis of the technology features of cloud native tooling.
  • Overview of telco-grade application requirements that must be met by cloud native frameworks.
  • Insight into the competitive landscape that will result from modular architectures and a 'well-served' telecoms market.

Who Should Read This?

  • Solution architects within MSPs and vendors who are responsible to design and build next-generation virtualized and cloudified networks.
  • Chief Strategy Officer and Chief Marketing Officers from independent (network) software providers to understand how to plan and market their products respectively.
  • Network equipment vendors, MSPs and system integrators who need to understand the changing competitive landscape and the role they are expected to play in it.

Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2. RECOMMENDATIONS

3. CLOUD-NATIVE COMPUTING: A WEBSCALE VIEW

  • 3.1. Lessons Learned
  • 3.2. Cloud-Native Value Propositions

4. CLOUD-NATIVE TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW

  • 4.1. VMs and Containers
  • 4.2. Microservice Architecture
  • 4.3. State-Optimized Design
  • 4.4. Service Mesh (Istio)
  • 4.5. Network Service Mesh
  • 4.6. Distributed Shared Data Layer
  • 4.7. Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery

5. 5G NETWORK ARCHITECTURE EVOLUTION

  • 5.1. Evolving from VNFs to CNFs
  • 5.2. Properties of Distributed Networks
  • 5.3. Telco SLA versus IT SLA

6. 5G TELCO GRADE SERVICE REQUIREMENTS

  • 6.1. Telco-Grade Requirements
  • 6.2. Telco-Grade Features

7. A 5G-READY TELCO CLOUD

  • 7.1. Virtualization versus Cloud-Native for Telco Cloud
  • 7.2. 5G Elements and Cloud-Native Equivalients
  • 7.3. The Public Cloud in Telcos

8. COMMERCIAL CONSIDERATIONS

  • 8.1. A Transition from Intramodal to Intermodeal Competition
  • 8.2. The Evolution to a Horizontal Platform Approach

9. FORECAST FOR CLOUD-NATIVE COMPUTING

  • 9.1. Methodology

10. VENDOR PROFILES

  • 10.1. Canonical
  • 10.2. Mavenir
  • 10.3. VMware

Companies Mentioned

  • Amazon AWS
  • AT&T
  • Canonical
  • Ericsson
  • Google
  • Mavenir
  • Microsoft
  • Netcracker
  • Nokia
  • Openwave (an Enea company)
  • Telefonica
  • VMware
  • Vodafone
  • ZTE