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Coming Soon: Containers and Telcos - Ready to tango?

Publication Month : February 2019   |   Report Code : CONT19   |   Pages : 100

Containers are of a relatively recent vintage by themselves. Docker had its initial release only in 2013. While Docker is considered to be the harbinger of containers, the technology received a shot in the arm only with the availability of Kubernetes, developed initially by Google. There is a near unanimity ...

Containers are of a relatively recent vintage by themselves. Docker had its initial release only in 2013. While Docker is considered to be the harbinger of containers, the technology received a shot in the arm only with the availability of Kubernetes, developed initially by Google. There is a near unanimity of opinion that Kubernetes elegantly addressed the vexing issue of container orchestration and helped in unleashing their versatility.

Telecom stakeholders have been quick to latch on to them. Telcos are by and large cautiously optimistic about virtualizing their network elements. It has been a gradual progress on that front. Their comfort-level with VM-based VNFs is on the ascent, albeit with multiple caveats about QoS and scalability.

In these uncertain yet exciting times, Insight Research quantfies the market for containers in the telco environment. The report will address the following pressing issues from the telco perspective: What is the market size for containers in telco environment? Are containers really that simple? What do tier1, tier2 and other telcos think about containers? How can vendors assuage telco apprehensions? 

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