The Intel® Smart Edge Open toolkit is designed to foster open collaboration and application innovation at the edge. Intel® Smart Edge Open is a royalty free edge computing software toolkit that enables highly optimized and performant edge platforms to on-board and manage applications and network functions with cloud-like agility across any type of network. This training program is designed to help developers quickly integrate Intel® Smart Edge Open and engage with a worldwide ecosystem of hardware, software and solutions integrators to develop new 5G edge use cases and services.
Disclaimer: Note, several courses contained in this program give mention to OpenNESS. The name OpenNESS has been rebranded and categorized under the Intel® Smart Edge brand as Intel® Smart Edge Open.
In this course, Prakash Kartha, Segment Director, Edge Services, Network Platforms Group at Intel Corporation, provides an overview of Open Network Edge Services Software (OpenNESS) and its value proposition before diving into the various building blocks that form OpenNESS. He then details the types of distributions available and consumption models before providing guidance on how to get started developing with OpenNESS.
Discover the ease of developing and deploying commercial applications at the Edge using OpenNESS and Intel® Smart Edge. This overview provides a snapshot of how to use this portal and includes practical demonstrations from two of our partners, Actian and ClearBlade, showing how simple it is to install and set-up commercial applications using these tools.
In this course, Neal Oliver, Principal Engineer at Intel Corporation, discusses the architectural approach to edge computing adopted by OpenNESS. Neal then dives deeper into the OpenNESS architecture and provides a walkthrough from an operational and deployment point of view. He introduces the APIs that are available in OpenNESS and provides details on where to find additional information.
OpenNESS Example Application (1 Chapters)
In this course, Neal Oliver, Principal Engineer at Intel Corporation, discusses the structure of a representative edge computing application as it is implemented in OpenNESS. He then describes an OpenNESS flavor designed to support applications, such as the Smart City application, and shows how the components of the application are distributed on the OpenNESS edge node before briefly demonstrating what the app looks like in operation.
OpenNESS System Building Blocks (1 Chapters)
In this course, Neal Oliver, Principal Engineer at Intel Corporation, reviews the OpenNESS architecture from the point of view of the building blocks and how they fit together. He goes deeper into the reference configurations, or flavors, that they could support and then covers the four building blocks for deploying systems.
OpenNESS Platform Building Blocks (1 Chapters)
In this course, Neal Oliver, Principal Engineer at Intel Corporation, reviews the OpenNESS architecture from the point of view of the building blocks, how they fit together and various flavors, or reference configurations, that they could support. Neal discusses two different types of accelerators, the VCAC-A and the HDDL, explains how each type of device is used with OpenNESS and provides an example of how telemetry aware scheduling works with an accelerator.
OpenNESS Mobile Networking Building Blocks (1 Chapters)
In this course, Neal Oliver, Principal Engineer at Intel Corporation, reviews the 3GPP 5G network architecture, at a level sufficient to explain how the network and an OpenNESS Edge Platform fit together. He then shows the integration points with the Application Function (AF) and Network Exposure Function (NEF) reference implementations, and the Core Network Configuration Agent building blocks. Neal ends this session explaining how RAN and core systems can be implemented in the OpenNESS framework.
OpenNESS Devkits: Software Devkit for Azure Demo (1 Chapters)
In this course, Russel Callen, Platform Solution Architect at Intel Corporation, provides a demonstration of the OpenNESS Devkit for Azure. Russel walks through how to deploy the devkit from Github, shows the OpenNESS Kubernetes cluster, reviews the discovered node features and then deploys an edge application from the commercial application portal.