Disaggregation, DevOps and Edge Clouds Applied in Carrier Infrastructures"
With Access 4.0, Deutsche Telekom plans to replace conventional telco infrastructures with software-driven, open, disaggregated, microservice-based, highly automated network functions.
With this talk, we give an overview over some useful technologies, architectures, software development principles and operational conventions for a carrier edge cloud.
We provide an overview over software-defined networking, Git workflows for large teams, DevOps processes, containers, container managers / Kubernetes, and how to build and operate an edge cloud.
Leonhard Nobach is a software engineer at Deutsche Telekom, where he is responsible for integration and development of the Kubernetes-based edge cloud platform in Access 4.0. Before he joined Deutsche Telekom, Leo worked as a Ph.D. student at the Multimedia Communications Lab, TU Darmstadt, where his major research topics have been in the area of virtualization performance, data plane and packet switching hardware and software, NFV hardware acceleration, and software-defined networks. During his work as a Ph.D. student, Leo also worked as an intern at Nokia Bell Labs in Stuttgart. Leo received a Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering and information technology in 2018, and holds a master's degree in computer science, both from TU Darmstadt. He also has certified industry experience as a network engineer, and is active in the open-source software community.