Distributed Cloud Edge for Telcos with DP Ayyadevara and Krishna Garimella
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Stephanie Wong and Carter Morgan are back this week learning about Google’s Distributed Cloud Edge for telcos with guests Krishna Garimella and DP Ayyadevara. Launched last year, Google Distributed Cloud Edge has benefited companies across many industries. Today, our guests are here to elaborate on how telecommunications companies specifically are leveraging this powerful tool.
Because telcos deliver essential services, they tend to create detailed plans for their infrastructure in advance and stick with this setup for many years, DP tells us. Identifying the right tools for their project is vital, and Google has created and improved on many services to aid the telecommunications sector. Contact Center AI, for example, helps with customer service needs. Specifically, our guests elaborate on the modernization of telco networks through managed infrastructure offerings.
We learn more about Google Distributed Cloud Edge and the managed hardware and software stack that’s included. Container as a service for optimal network function is the first focus of Google in supporting telcos companies with Distributed Cloud and has been used for 5G rollouts. Google has been working behind the scenes to make Kubernetes more telco friendly as well, so that projects are more portable, scalable, and able to leverage Kubernetes benefits easily. Krishna gives us some great real-life examples of telecommunications companies using GDC Edge in areas like virtual broadband networks. In order to dedicate maximum resources to customer workloads, the team chose to keep the Kubernetes control plane in the cloud while worker nodes are at the edge. With superior security protection, minimal service disruption, and more, GDC Edge boasts fleet management as a core capability.
In order to continue satisfying telco’s needs, Google collaborates with many businesses to grow with changing customer needs.Krishna Garimella
Krishna is a technology evangelist who has worked with service providers across the globe in the network and media areas.DP Ayyadevara
DP is the Product Group Product Manager leading Telco Network Modernization products and solutions at Google Cloud.Cool things of the week
- Cloud TPU v4 records fastest training times on five MLPerf 2.0 benchmarks blog
- Show off your cloud skills by completing the #GoogleClout weekly challenge blog
- Distributed Cloud site
- Distributed Cloud Edge Documentation docs
- Contact Center AI site
- Kubernetes site
- Anthos site
- Nephio site
- BigQuery site
- Vertex AI site
Carter made a test for a video recap version of the recent pi episode.
Stephanie recently made a pi video as well and is working on an Alphafold video and the Cloud client library new reference docs homepage rollout.Hosts
Carter Morgan and Stephanie Wong