What’s new in the ETSI MEC Sandbox

Presented by

Bob Gazda – MEC Sandbox Task Force Lead; Senior Director & Michel Roy – MEC Sandbox Architect; InterDigital R&I

About this talk

The ETSI MEC Sandbox is an interactive environment that enables edge application developers to learn and experiment with MEC Service APIs from anywhere in the world. This pioneering tool was launched by the ISG MEC group in January of 2021, complimenting other developer resources such as the ETSI Forge MEC OpenAPI specifications and the MEC Developer Wiki. With an emulated edge network set in Monaco, the Sandbox originally included implementations of the Radio Network Information Service (MEC012), the Location Service (MEC013), and the WLAN Access Information Service (MEC028). Recently, a team of experts has introduced additional MEC services and capabilities into the Sandbox, such as the MEC Application and Service Enablement APIs (MEC011), the Application Mobility Service (MEC021), and MEC platforms that are geographically distributed within the MEC Sandbox’s emulated edge network. This webinar will re-introduce developers to the MEC Sandbox by demonstrating these new capabilities. Via hands-on examples, experts will show where to find and access the MEC Sandbox, how to create a MEC Application instance, as well as how to advertise and discover a MEC Service. The experts also be available to take audience questions.
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