Date / Time: Thursday, June 9, 2016, 10:00 a.m. NewYork/ 3:00 p.m. LondonOverview:
For many years telecommunications networks and services have been built by installing monolithic software applications running on either custom hardware or carefully selected and qualified off-the-shelf servers. But now, our industry is becoming increasingly comfortable with the concept of “moving to the cloud”. Virtualization and cloud orchestration technology are expected to simplify and expedite the introduction and scaling of services.
If we are to really get the most benefit from this new operating environment, we need to look hard at how traditional software has been structured. Simply porting applications “as is” to the cloud, only provides the most rudimentary of advantages. To really capitalize on the full potential of the cloud, we need to ensure applications are structured the right way.
This brings us to the adoption of a microservices architecture which refers to a style of application development where instead of the development of one large monolithic software system, components are created that are each designed to run relatively independently.
This webinar will outline the benefits of moving to a microservices architecture and will, using a Session Border Controller as an ideal use case, show how adoption of microservices enables a way to fully realize the potential scaling and flexibility that a cloud deployment offers.
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