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8/18/2019 | 11:05:00 AM
A spaghetti of information, which has lost its fork...
Wow... What a spaghetti of information, which has lost its fork...

1. Starting with Thelma & Louise --- It was their own choice and decision to jump of the cliff, in opposition to the article's suggestion that their jump was because they went off track. Their Jump was a culture-changer and shaped a whole generation of feminism. That is exactly the role of NFV – and VNFs, if we insist to stick to the movie as a relevant allegory. Even if NFV is a jump from the cliff (which it can't be as we have mass deployments all over), it would be the pioneer and door opener for  the cloud native and virtualization era in Telco, as Thelma and Louise were for a new wave of feminism. Without NFV, telco's would not be able to move to the next stage of real cloudification.

2.  NFV/MANO  is architecture and concepts. Is the purpose of this article to judge about technical choice that telcos have made between VM-based vs microservices-based implementations?  You don't need to be a technical visionary to understand that microservices and Dockers software based are better solutions. Telco Cloud/NFV is 5-7 years behind private cloud technology, but with their existing  knowledge, resources and funds, this is the only track telcos and vendors could have taken to begin evolving cloud native capabilities, which was at that time was far from being close to maturity. NFV/MANO NFV does not limit the implementation. Therefore, being "monolithic" is not a mandatory definition by design or standard, but due to the decision to adopt "old" technology, while private clouds are able to move much faster.

3. Even though today's NFV implementations are not so dynamic or "server-less", as in private clouds, they are definitely not Monolithic. Also, Private cloud integration today is not a walk in the park, and is a challenge to all developers from any market. Compared to this, Monolithic is not such a bad word.

4. NFV use cases have never been meant to replace or compete with private clouds, business wise. Any comparison is not relevant and adds to the spaghetti. There are overlaps in technology, but it's not related to the strategy and investments done previously in building private clouds.

Br,

Aviv Miller, Director

NFV PLM, ECI Telecom

 
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