Category: Cloud-Native

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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 [...]

What Is a Cloud-Native Network Function?

March 04, 2022
A cloud-native network function (CNF), also known as container(ized) network function, is a network function designed to run inside containers, which are standardized units of software that bundle code so applications can run seamlessly across different computing environments.  CNFs are the latest advancement in the “softwarization” of network functions. What is a Network Function? A [...]

Volt Active Data and Amazon EBS – Optimal use of IO devices

April 03, 2017

Volt Active Data is now available ‘by the hour’ on Amazon EC2. To get best results and optimal TCO from your Volt Active Data cloud instances, users need to understand how Volt Active Data handles IO, which we’ll discuss below. At the close of this blog, we’ll also review available IO options. Why would an […]

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