OCB: Introduction to Cloud-Native Network Functions for OpenShift - Paul Lancaster (Red Hat)

OCB: Introduction to Cloud-Native Network Functions for OpenShift - Paul Lancaster (Red Hat)

Cloud-native network functions (CNF) are network functions designed and implemented to run inside containers. In this briefing, Red Hat's Paul Lancaster will give an introduction to CNFs and discuss how to ensure your containerized network architecture components can be designed, implemented, and supported with Red Hat OpenShift.

Cloud-native network functions (CNF) are network functions designed and implemented to run inside containers. Containerization of network architecture components makes it possible to run a variety of services on the same cluster and more easily on-board already decomposed applications, while dynamically directing network traffic to correct pods. In this briefing, Red Hat's Paul Lancaster will give an introduction to CNFs and discuss how to ensure your containerized network architecture components can be designed, implemented, and supported with Red Hat OpenShift.

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