Tech Talk:

5G, Cloud, and the Edge: Mastering Software Delivery



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The potential of the computing edge is now available to enterprises. 5G rollouts, AI/data processing near end users, and enterprise wireless networks help “bring the cloud closer to the customer” and create a large number of possible new services, but also bring large technical hurdles.

To succeed, organizations must solve the software delivery and verification challenge. Listen to this tech talk between two industry leaders, Riad Hartani of Xona Partners and Gopal Dommety of OpsMx, to learn how to:

  • Unite multiple clouds
    How to manage the multiple clouds you will have in your infrastructure: private clouds, public clouds, and edge
  • Dance with the behemoths
    Cloud providers, telecom giants, 5G equipment manufacturers, AI/data-centric app providers, and new data center providers are fiercely competing. How should you use their rapidly changing offerings?
  • Reinvent software delivery
    Innovation is critical at the edge, so software delivery and verification must be redesigned for security, reliability, and speed

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Riad Hartani, PhD, Internet Technologist

Riad has been involved in a string of technology startups in the Silicon Valley, from initial venture capital funding to product engineering to global market growth, working with major venture capital firms and leading to successful exits. He co-founded Xona Partners, a technology advisory firm, and has been involved with some of the most advanced 5G mobile deployments, large scale data center builds, web scale platforms designs, deployments of data/AI solutions and satellite internet rollouts.
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Gopal Dommety, PhD, CEO of OpsMx

Gopal is the CEO of OpsMx. OpsMx was founded with the dream of delivering applications with no human intervention - via its Continuous Delivery and Continuous Verification Platform. Previously he was CEO of N42 and held senior roles at Cisco. Gopal studied Computer Science at IIT (Kharagpur), Finance & Public Policy at Stanford University, and obtained Ph.D in Large Scale Distributed Systems from Ohio State University. He was awarded 61 US Patents and designed widely deployed Internet Protocols.