Category: Cloud/Edge

Top 4 Trends in MEC

Top 4 Trends in Multi-Access Edge Computing

August 17, 2022
Over the last few years, the market for multi-access edge computing (MEC) has changed considerably.  In 2020, just 7% of communications service providers (CSPs) had deployed MEC solutions commercially, according to a new report from TM Forum. Fast-forward to today, and more and more CSPs are investing in the edge—and even prioritizing such investments above [...]
5g orchestration: a critical enabler of new revenue streams q&a

5G Orchestration: A Critical Enabler of New Revenue Streams (Webinar Q&A)

August 04, 2022
This blog provides the Q&A from the Jun. 21 STL Partners and Volt Active Data webinar, “5G Orchestration: A Critical Enabler of New Revenue Streams”. Some of the webinar’s insights were based on a survey of 146 executives from telcos, vendors, and application providers across Europe, Asia Pacific, North America, and Latin America. We’ve also published [...]

How Telcos Can Decide Which Verticals to Target With Edge Computing

June 09, 2022
As telcos focus on unlocking the full value of 5G, leading operators are paying more and more attention to the edge. After all, edge computing promises to deliver transformative benefits to operators, enabling them to build next-generation applications for their customers. For example, instead of having to route data back to the core data center, [...]
bss application challenges blog

The 8 Challenges of Cloud-Native Deployments for BSS Applications

May 19, 2022
Cloud-native deployments have transformed software development. According to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s 2021 Annual Survey, 96% of organizations are using or evaluating Kubernetes. More specifically, 5.6 million developers are using Kubernetes, too — a 67%increase from just last year. Cloud-native architectures enable loosely coupled services to be scalable, manageable, and observable. When combined with [...]

New Gartner Paper Discusses How to Plan for IT Resiliency

October 07, 2021
Many enterprises strive to differentiate themselves from their competitors by providing jazzy new features and functionality. But it’s the businesses that are on 24 x 7 x 365 that get (and retain) the most customers, and they do this by having data centers and databases that can support always-on mission-critical applications.  To put it simply, [...]

Volt Active Data Partners With AWS to Bring Decision Intelligence to the Edge

September 23, 2021
Volt Active Data and AWS have partnered to make the Volt Active Data Platform available in AWS Wavelength, a new and already publicly available AWS Infrastructure offering optimized for mobile edge computing applications and designed to drive and enable ultra-low latency on 5G devices.  “We’re thrilled to offer the Volt Active Data Platform in AWS [...]

What is Streaming Data?

September 09, 2021
Streaming data is data that flows in continuously from highly distributed sources. These data streams are constantly feeding data that data platforms can use or act upon dynamically and in real time, without the need to download or batch it first.  Data streams come from a wide variety of sources and in many different formats, [...]

Do NoSQL databases need DBAs?

July 29, 2021
In last week’s blog I questioned the need for DBAs, concluding that yes, DBAs are still valuable in the current data platform environment due to: 1. the need for people who understand the pre-RDBMS database world, and 2. The need for data ‘curators’ to enable rational sharing of data between microservices and to ensure compliance [...]
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