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Sdxcentral | November 06, 2019

VMware added security services, unveiled a beta program for two of its new Kubernetes products, and previewed Project Maestro, a telco cloud orchestrator, today at VMworld Europe. All three of these advance the bigger stories that VMware has been pushing around its new security business, Kubernetes focus, and telco cloud. Earlier this year VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger said that telco cloud and 5G represent a “great opportunity to participate in an enormous market.” At the time he said about 60 service providers use VMware technology to build their telco cloud. Today’s Project Maestro announcement aims to help service providers accelerate time to market for new virtual network functions (VNFs) and cloud services enabled by 5G and edge computing. It provides a unified approach to modeling, onboarding, orchestrating, and managing VNFs and services.

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