What DevOps Isn’t!

  • Jan. 28, 2020
  • in SDN .

Future virtual networks will bring the much-needed business agility, network agility and service agility to telcos. But this raises a question: Are telcos’ operational structures, processes and operation teams ready to handle such agility?vAnd if not, what do telcos need to meet such challenges?

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