At the edge of next-gen revenue creation: 5G, MEC, and IoT virtualized service delivery

IHS Inc.

Operator networks are changing in significant ways. The edge is the natural target for new revenue creation from end-user services and applications that are based on edge-located virtualized elements of mobile infrastructure and powerful compute capabilities for multi-access edge compute (MEC). Service providers must make critical architectural decisions to optimize network hardware/software infrastructure for the high-capacity, low-latency traffic demands of 5G, IoT, and an array of edge-based applications.
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Filmed during Mobile World Congress 2016 in Barcelona, Spain, Commscope shows a solution designed to dynamically manage small cell traffic through virtualization.


Infrastructure as Code: Terraform for VMware Practitioners


Join Turbonomic’s Technology Evangelist, Eric Wright as he explores how you can make the most out of an Infrastructure-as-Code approach using Terraform. Hear real customer experiences from the field which will speed up the success in your journey to adopting better IT Ops provisioning practices.
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The Ultimate Application Monitoring Guide for Kubernetes

Just when you thought everything was better. Kubernetes orchestration was supposed to be the answer to the application resource nightmare, but it hasn’t worked out that way. Even more visibility challenges, constantly changing applications, and super-frequent update schedules all contribute to a miserable time monitoring application performance in orchestrated environments. But all is not lost – there is a way to effectively manage the performance of orchestrated, containerized applications. It’s more than just newer monitoring agents – it’s a whole new monitoring attitude, and it begins with complete automation. Join our live webinar to learn the absolute necessities when it comes to monitoring these critical orchestrated applications.
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Desktop Virtualization Everything you Ever Wanted to Know

The global pandemic has very well changed the very DNA of our work culture. As more and more organizations make the shift to cloud, virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) is ushering in a work from home -friendly scenario. While this is making the lives of many IT admins easier, with the reduced dependencies on infrastructure.
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Combat Zombie VMs and Reduce VM Sprawl in Your Datacenter

5 Nine

Inability to control VM growth in your datacenter due to VM sprawl can result in security vulnerabilities, performance bottlenecks and potential revenue loss. And without the right combination of tools, techniques, and know-how, Zombie VMs virtual machines that were previously created for a specific purpose but presently do not have a clear-cut utility) could potentially hurt your entire infrastructure.
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