Enabling Cloud Native Networks – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 705

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Rajesh Gadiyar, Vice President for the Data Platforms Group and Chief Technology Officer for the Network Platforms Group at Intel, joins Chip Chat for a primer on cloud native network functions.

Gadiyar helps to define and drive the next generation architectures, including key software elements, that are needed for future networks. In this interview, Gadiyar and host Allyson Klein discuss the need for cloud-native approaches in order to fully deliver new paradigms like 5G and edge computing. Gadiyar describes cloud native as “an approach to building and running applications and services that utilizes the best practices of the cloud computing delivery model” and as the natural the next phase of the industry’s network transformation journey. Though significant progress has been made in virtualizing many key applications across the network infrastructure, cloud native approaches will be key to addressing customer needs such as further infrastructure disaggregation, automation and automated application lifecycle management, and composable applications.

Gadiyar highlights benefits to cloud-native approaches, such as application agility and flexibility, accelerated development, and modularity that enables scale, as well as key Intel investments in hardware platforms, software platforms, and open source initiatives that are enabling the delivery of cloud native. Finally, Gadiyar shares excitement for the roll-out of 5G in the coming months and points to several key technical principles such as disaggregation, automation, scalability, resiliency and reliability, and a new software lifecycle, that can serve as guideposts to customers on their cloud native journeys.

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