Kubernetes and the Containers – A Look Under the Hood

​Kubernetes is a container orchestration engine that was originally designed by Google. (Google has been using it for 10 years) and is now maintained by Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). It has been used to run Google’s massive systems. Kubernetes is also described as a vendor-agnostic cluster and container management tool, open-sourced by Google in 2014. .
Kubernetes and the Containers – A Look Under the Hood

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Achieving Better NFV Performance & Flexibility with FPGA-Based Platform

This article explains how FPGAs can be useful in network functions virtualization (NFV) platform to achieve better performance and flexibility. FPGAs are used to speed up processing of network packets for variety of network functions/ applications like Intrusion detection, firewall, packet parsing, content based
Achieving Better NFV Performance & Flexibility with FPGA-Based Platform

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What is the Status of Containers and Microservices in Enterprises and Telecom

This article covers what are containers and microservices; what are the use cases of containers and microservices in enterprises and telecommunication sectors and evaluation of usability of containers for IT infrastructure. Article also focuses on recent development of containers in network functions ..
What is the Status of Containers and Microservices in Enterprises and Telecom

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[Infographic] Decoding Containers

Containerization is an operating system level virtualization for deploying and running distributed applications without launching entire virtual machine for each application. Therefore it is considered as next revolution in IT infrastructure. Containers have its own benefits like reduction in CAPEX, faster time to market for new services ..
[Infographic] Decoding Containers
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Basics of Virtual Network Functions (VNFs) & Challenges

This article is focused on basics of VNFs: what are virtual network functions (VNFs), architecture of virtual network functions (VNFs), what are the basic components (VNFC and VNF Descriptors (VNFD)), challenges with current VNF development and onboarding to NFV environment and how cloud native VNFs can help overcome the challenges.
Basics of Virtual Network Functions (VNFs) & Challenges

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vSphere Web Client Plugin – Quality Assurance

vSphere Web Client is a program that is designed to manage the VMware vCenter™ server through a browser. It allows an administrator to connect to a Server (vCenter server) system and manage the vSphere environment. Each storage vendor develops their own vSphere web client plugin which allows their customer to manage their storage efficiently through
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[Infographic] DevOps Adoption: Trends & Facts

Get access to our inforgraphic on DevOps Adoption: Trends & Facts. DevOp is software engineering culture and practice that aims at unifying software development & operation. It focuses on shortening development cycles, increasing deployment frequency and more dependable releases bringing in close alignment with business objectives.
[Infographic] DevOps Adoption: Trends & Facts
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Basics of vCenter Plugin Automation

vCenter plugins are additional features of the vCenter web client that aid in the management of vendor specific operations (on Storage, Networking and virtualization). These plugins are developed by third party developers to provide a vendor specific user interface in vCenter. For example, a Storage vendor can extend the vCenter web client interface
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Automation of NFV Infrastructure Deployment & Performance Enhancement Parameters

Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV) are vital technology innovations invented in last few years. Both of these technologies are collectively revolutionizing the current IT and telecom network infrastructure by enabling telco operators to make use of virtual machines in place of network equipment and further program the
Automation of NFV Infrastructure Deployment & Performance Enhancement Parameters

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Strength of vSphere Version for UI Development

Version 5.0 of vSphere supported Flex/Flash for UI (developed VCP on client side). The HTML Bridge was added to the SDK in version 5.5.1. It allows you to develop UI plugins with HTML and Javascript instead of Flex. The HTML bridge has been tested on Windows and Mac OS, with the browsers currently supported by vSphere 6.0, i.e. IE 10, 11 and Chrome and
Strength of vSphere Version for UI Development

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