[VoiceOps] Virtualized SBC

Matthew Crocker matthew at corp.crocker.com
Thu Apr 7 11:07:17 EDT 2016

“in the cloud”  can also mean a private cloud.  You don’t have to use Amazon/MS/Google/Cisco/… to benefit from ‘cloud’ technology.

The point is, decoupling from hardware a set of services that can then be spun up quickly to meet on demand need.   Spinning up a Broadworks media server to handle a flood of conference calling is not an easy task.   It can be and will be in the future though.


Matthew Crocker
President - Crocker Communications, Inc.
Managing Partner - Crocker Telecommunications, LLC
E: matthew at corp.crocker.com
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> On Apr 7, 2016, at 11:04 AM, Fred Posner <fred at palner.com> wrote:
> On 04/07/2016 10:56 AM, Matthew Crocker wrote:
>> NFV is all about containers and micro services.   It is unix all over
>> again but in the cloud.  Small containerized functions that do a
>> specific task.  Spun up in the cloud and linked together by an
>> orchestration overlay.  Personally I think it is a good thing
> "in the cloud" is like fingernails on a chalkboard.
> Building anything that is only cloud based, for your independent
> business, is like building a solution for nest using resolv.
> Fred Posner
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