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Gabriel Brown
Gabriel Brown,
User Rank: Light Sabre
5/26/2017 | 6:12:54 AM
Re: Cloud Native vs Cloud Enabled
To be fair, he only had 15 minutes!

re: separate user and control and data structure

This possibly relates to "state efficient" networking. For example  in a mobile network, once a session is established there may no longer be a need for the P-GW (gateway) to maintain subscriber state information in memory. This can instead be held in a seperate data store more efficiently.

We had a good session on cloud native at BCE. AT&T's Doug Nassaur explained how using these techniques, you can, in effect, "beat" Moore's Law.
User Rank: Blogger
5/25/2017 | 6:26:47 PM
Cloud Native vs Cloud Enabled
I listened to Matt Beal's presentation and according to him the only difference between Cloud Native and Enabled is:

a) microservices running in containers

b) separate user and control and data structure

Breaking monolithic software into components is simple enough and most OSS/BSS vendors already claim to have done this. 

I don't know what he means by (b) though. 

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