Cloud-native is an approach to building and running applications that fully leverages the benefits of the cloud computing model to develop and utilize scalable applications in modern, dynamic cloud environments. The Cloud Native program within the Intel® Network Builders University approaches key cloud-native principles of microservices, containers, continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD), and dynamic cloud-based management in order to educate and empower communication services providers to build their 5G network with cloud-native designs.
In this course, Intel Principal Engineer Petar Torre provides a deeper understanding of how cloud native technologies empower organizations to build and run scalable applications. Understand how virtual data centers improve agility. Learn how to plan for hybrid and multi-cloud environments and discover how Intel supports closing the gaps in cloud native for service providers, and delivers platforms that enable flexibility, agility and performance optimization that are foundational in modern network deployment.
This training introduces Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) and provides the industry definition of cloud native. Learn about the landscape of CNCF projects and their categorization. This training features 26 key projects which involve telecommunication service providers.
In this course, Dana Nehama, Director of Product Management Network Cloud and Petar Torre, Principle Engineer at Intel Corporation, discuss the cloud native requirements and testing activities that Intel has been driving with partners and the CNCF community.
The link between core business strategy and cloud strategy is critical. This training provides telecom planners and architects with an analysis that guides decision making for workload placement based on network deployment model.
In this course, Intel Product Manager, Heqing Zhu, and Platform Architect, David Lu, provide an in-depth overview of using Intel® Security Libraries for Data Center (Intel® SecL-DC) to build an end to end platform security solution with a Kubernetes cluster.
This course is part of the Network Transformation Experience Kit and Container Experience Kit video series. In this course M Jay, DPDK/NFV Platform Application Engineer at Intel, provides an overview of container Bare Metal Reference Architecture (BMRA). He will begin with a review of the architecture before discussing the technology and plug-ins available. He then discusses automation and the use of the Ansible playbook before providing references to verify the BMRA components are running as expected.