Tuesday, 21 November 2017

Storage-as-a-Service – the foundation to operator cloud transformations

Huawei Technologies
Wednesday 01 March 17

Cloud computing is having a heavy impact on all industries. As a result, service requirements of telecom operators have undergone several changes. Possibly the most noticeable is the need for agile application deployments. Operators need to be able to deploy whatever application they need in a very short rollout period if not right away. The numerous types of applications also add to the burden on storage. Systems must be able to handle a menagerie of taskings, data classes, and utilities. So, what are the immediate benefits of cloud computing? Users no longer have to build up their computing and storage resources brick by brick and at huge upfront cost followed by substantial continued expenditure into day…

Cloud computing is having a heavy impact on all industries. As a result, service requirements of telecom operators have undergone several changes. Possibly the most noticeable is the need for agile application deployments. Operators need to be able to deploy whatever application they need in a very short rollout period if not right away. The numerous types of applications also add to the burden on storage. Systems must be able to handle a menagerie of taskings, data classes, and utilities. So, what are the immediate benefits of cloud computing? Users no longer have to build up their computing and storage resources brick by brick and at huge upfront cost followed by substantial continued expenditure into day…

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