Will 5G Break the Cloud?
As 5G emerges from initial coverage deployments into adolescence, the urgency to identify new revenue opportunities has intensified. Gaming, AR/VR, video content and security surveillance headline an array of hot prospects under consideration. Delivering the performance and latency to power these next-gen services will require 5G to fully embrace its cloud architecture and will also place unprecedented demands on an array of telco, public/private and edge clouds.
Join Justin van der Lande, Applications Research Director for Analysys Mason's Telecoms Software and Networks Group; Aloke Tusnial, Vice President of Cloud Solutions for Spirent; and Stephen Douglas, Head of Market Strategy for Spirent, as they explore the complex intersection of 5G and cloud technologies and answer the question: Will 5G break the cloud?
This Light Reading webinar covers:
How performance and latency requirements for new 5G services will stress telco, public/private and edge clouds
What it means for 5G to go cloud-native and the major testing headaches it brings
Why visibility across different types of clouds is so critical for 5G and what failure to address it could mean
How the move to edge services exacerbates this visibility challenge
New test and assurance techniques and CICD practices to improve visibility and ensure the cloud delivers the performance 5G needs