Big Data & Distributed Systems in Telco:Cassandra, Kafka, Elastic Stack, Microservices, Kubernetes.
Ready to dive into the dynamic world of telecom? Let’s explore the software architectures that enabled the huge success of GSM/3G/4G. You will find out how open source technologies created in the era of web-scale giants will enable the future VoLTE/5G software architectures: big data, scalable public and private clouds, distributed systems and microservices, loose coupling, eventual consistency, container engines (K8s), CI/CT/CD.
how to achieve high throughput and low latency with microservices architectures,
the web-scale IT era that Kubernetes is ushering in,
all accompanied with industry trends and real-life use cases that may help you in your own projects.
ALEXANDRU CRISTU – Solution Architect
Software development professional with over 15 years of experience, leader of complex projects, being able to quickly translate customer requirements into clear and simple architectures resulting in concise and maintainable software.
25+ years of experience in technology and telecom, supporting telcos throughout the 2G to 5G evolution
1,000+ projects successfully delivered to more than 100 global clients such as:
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Date: Thursday, 12 December 2019
Time: 4.00pm EET/ 3.00pm CET
Where: online presentation via Webex
Duration: 1 hour
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