Telco Cloud Ops

Telco CloudOps and DevOps can coexist to support different ways for the digital transformation, acceleration moving from the traditional approach of Telco Ops to disruptive terms through innovative uses inside the Telco industry. These upsetting ways to handle Operations requires different skillsets on the following technologies:

  • Automation
  • Software Defined everything
  • IaaS
  • PaaS
  • Containerization
  • Server-less
  • Cloud security
  • Multi-cloud
  • Self-service
  • Backup and DRP strategies
  • Cloud native monitoring tools

For a Cloud Operating model in the Telco approach, it is important to identify

  • Cloud maturity
  • Organizational culture
  • Cloud Strategy
  • Staff riding the change
  • Organizational barrier
Virtualization

Before the use of virtualization in Telco, integration of nodes included separate physical hardware installation, configuration, validation, and testing, taking time and often multiple resources.

With virtualization, the physical tasks are removed, and applications can be configured, deployed, and tested with minimal effort using automation tools, allowing for more efficient and seamless integration of services for faster deployment.

Public Cloud

Public cloud is a model where computing services are offered by third-party providers over the public internet, making them available to anyone who wants to use them. Cloud providers typically use a "pay-as-you-go " model, allowing cost reduction if it is correctly used, or unexpected operating expenses if the client is not familiar with pricing models.