5G Core redefines how data is represented, collected, stored and used. The main points that are going to influence the data processing needs are:
1. Consolidation of data layers to store both structured data and unstructured data
2. REST API based interface for service composition
3. Software enabled and virtualized network functions
4. Request/Response model of interaction
5. Subscribe/Notify model of interaction
6. Cloud native, container compatibility
7. Security - policy-based and role-based
These requirements need a data platform that goes beyond the simple data storage needs.
5G Core requires a platform that can ingest event data, store for querying, process for decision making, send out notifications conditionally (anomalous behavior, network load distribution, policy enforcement, billing and accounting) and integrate with machine learning technologies to leverage insights generated to make the decision-making increasingly more intelligent.
Join us for a webinar, featuring experts from VoltDB and Openet, in which we’ll dig deep into the data requirements of 5G Core and how you can address them going into 2019 and beyond.
Seeta Somagani is a Solutions Architect at VoltDB working primarily with Telco, Media, Retail, AdTech and Manufacturing industries. Seeta brings 15 years of experience building applications in a variety of industries and likes attending tech meetups in NYC, Philly and NJ area. He lives in central New Jersey and loves to travel anytime.
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Derek Hosty leads Openet’s Cloud and Data Solutions division. Derek joined Openet from Telenor where he was Technology Director for Data and Analytics Strategy. In Openet, Derek manages the company’s solutions portfolio covering cloud, data management, analytics and artificial intelligence (AI). Derek previously held several senior positions as part of the strategy, product and sales teams.
George is a freelance technology journalist. He has covered the telecoms market since 1999 and contributes to Global Telecoms Business, The Mobile Network, VanillaPlus and Wireless magazines in addition to producing content on behalf of operators, vendors and creative agencies.