Author: Dheeraj Remella

How to Drive an Action-Oriented Event-Driven Architecture

April 07, 2021

Recently Gartner issued a newly updated version of its foundational research report, Maturity Model For Event-Driven Architecture (EDA). We believe it is required reading for leaders of any real-time-sensitive digital business. The report presents the business benefits modern EDA provides beyond what is possible using connected APIs, as well as enables readers to assess where […]

Why Modern Telco Policies Require a Modern Data Platform

April 02, 2021

Directing Network Traffic with Telco Policies Imagine a crowded New York street. There are pedestrians shuffling along on the sidewalks, Ubers—yes, Lyfts and yellow cabs, too—jostling ahead, bicyclists weaving through gaps, and pizza delivery guys cursing the 30-minute-or-free guarantee. Suddenly, a wailing ambulance approaches. Instantly, the traffic slows and moves to the sides, opening up […]

Why Monetizing 5G Depends on Ultra-Reliable Low-Latency Decisions

March 25, 2021
Telco operators across the globe have been making heavy infrastructure investments to enable 5G rollouts. Boston Consulting Group anticipates that US communications service providers (CSPs) alone will spend more than $250 billion on these rollouts between 2020 and 2025. These investments are primarily geared toward serving the ever-increasing industrial and enterprise needs for connectivity. Doing [...]

Your Data Platform & The Five Things You Need to Support 5G BSS

February 03, 2021
Business support systems (BSS)—specifically, charging and policy functions—hold the key to monetizing 5G investments for telecommunications companies and their partners. However, for this key to unlock new revenue for communication service providers (CSPs), there are a couple of things that need to happen: BSS applications need to evolve to enable the agile creation and launch [...]
Changing definition of real-time

Changing Definition of Real-Time

June 26, 2020
A lot of the mainstream media coverage of 5G revolves around the potential benefits for the individual consumers, such as AR/VR gaming. But the truth of the matter is that as analysts have observed and projected, CSPs are acutely aware that the premium revenues are not going to be from individual subscribers but from enterprises [...]
Smart Stream Processing in the Age of 5G

Smart Stream Processing in the Age of 5G

May 17, 2019

In today’s digitally driven world, processing streaming data in real-time is a requirement for business success. The introduction of 5G networks will only increase the data volume and speed requirements that are already putting pressure on traditional data architectures.

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Scalable MicroService Architecture

July 10, 2018
Application State Management and Data-Driven Decision Making As the complexity of applications and systems increases, the size of the teams that work on these also increase. In these scenarios, having the system as a monolithic one inhibits the development team from being able to move forward at speed. This gave rise to the need for [...]

Key Considerations for a Modern Database to Operate at Scale

November 10, 2017

Modern applications have two primary needs: performance and ease of operations, both at scale. Performance The performance consists of two aspects: throughput and latency. Both are driven by applications becoming machine-driven i.e. API-driven. Humans will wait much longer than an API will since APIs have strict latency expectations due to timeouts. When you take a […]

Questions and Answers about Modern Database Architecture

November 03, 2017

VoltDB and DBTA teamed up to host a webinar in October titled “Architectural Considerations for a Modern Database to Operate at Scale”. We had a number excellent questions during that session, which are reproduced below. For those who missed the webinar, you may view it here in its entirety. Editor’s Note Unless otherwise noted, the […]

The role of a fast database in the NFV revolution

June 30, 2016

Innovation in the telecommunications industry has been led primarily by hardware vendors, offering differentiating capabilities to carriers. This has created an environment of vendor lock-in and staggered progress due to lack of agility. A side effect of this is equipment and infrastructure obsolescence at a rate that is not desirable for carriers. At the same […]

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