Using Network Orchestration to Build an Open, Elastic Edge

Presented by

Diego R. Lopez, Senior Technology Expert at Telefonica I+D, chair ETSI ISGs NFV and PDL

About this talk

The most promising use cases for edge computing, related to demanding network features and scenarios like industrial IoT, require to go beyond current network services, and support a much more dynamic way of consuming them. The traditional borders between local and wide area networks, between network segments, and between application and network services themselves tend to blur into a continuum of network services supporting user applications. Techniques like the emerging In-Network Computing paradigm require multi-dimensional openness (among computing environments, across network segments, along geographical areas and operators…) and have to rely on holistic network orchestration to achieve the promise of an elastic edge.

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