Categoría: OSM

Canonical at KubeCon EU 2020: our first virtual KubeCon experience

Another great KubeCon has recently come to an end – which is nothing less than what we expected. After all, that’s why Canonical and Ubuntu have been consistently present at KubeCon & CloudNativeCon EU, to connect with the community. This year, we showcased Canonical’s conformant, interoperable, multi-cloud Kubernetes through our two Kubernetes distributions – Charmed […]

Charmed OSM Release EIGHT available from Canonical

Canonical is proud to announce the general availability of OSM release EIGHT images in it’s Charmed OSM distribution. As of Release SEVEN, OSM is able to orchestrate containerised network functions (CNFs) leveraging Kubernetes as the underlying infrastructure for next-generation 5G services. Release EIGHT follows the same direction and brings new features that allow for the […]

OSM#9 Hackfest: the highlights

Canonical concluded its participation in the 9th OSM Hackfest with a renewed sense of fellowship with the Open Source MANO (OSM) community and great pride in the collaborative work that enabled an end-to-end mobile network orchestration demo using OSM’s model-driven capabilities to onboard network services. Following the successful organisation of the previous hackfest in Madrid […]

Simplify NFV adoption – Charmed OSM and Managed Apps

Charmed OSM and Managed Apps let telecom operators accelerate adoption of NFV. This is needed because the way we consume data has changed. We want data at a cheaper price with faster speeds and in larger quantities. To meet the challenge, telecom operators are changing the underlying network infrastructure that delivers data. Software-defined networking (SDN) […]

Charmed OSM release SEVEN: Container network functions

Canonical is proud to announce the general availability of OSM release SEVEN images in Charmed OSM distribution. OSM release SEVEN introduces a range of exciting features, such as the ability to deploy container network functions on Kubernetes with K8s charms, and several improvements which enhance Open Source MANO (OSM) across various areas. To learn more […]