There are many advantages to developing and deploying a containerized 5G network function with common microservices, however finding a methodology to model the capacity of a 5G network function comprised of multiple containerized microservices can be tricky.

This webinar discusses the use of known queueing theories and steady state modelling to understand the capacity of each microservice, thus being able to determine the capacity of a 5G network function.

Topics to be highlighted include:
  • Capacity Modelling Formula for a Micro-services container
  • Capacity Modelling Formula for a 5G Network Function
  • Steady State Modeling per Container
  • Capacity Modelling with Highly Available Deployments

Featured Speakers

Rob Heldenbrand

Senior Solution Architect, Communications and Media Solutions
Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Rob Heldenbrand is a Senior Solution Architect in the Communications and Media Solutions (CMS) organization of Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Rob has been with HPE for 30 years providing telecommunication solutions for mobile operators where his responsibilities have ranged from software design, software architecture, requirements gathering, standards compliance, customer engagements, capacity modelling, and security aspects of HPE’s legacy network products and 5G products. Rob has been an HPE delegate to telecommunication standards bodies such as TR45.2, 3GPP2, OMA, 3GPP Working Group 5, and currently serves as HPE’s delegate to 3GPP Working Group 3.

Declan O’Boyle

Wireless Solution Architect
Intel Network and Custom Logic Group

Declan O’Boyle is a Wireless Solution Architect in the Network and Custom Logic Group of Intel. Since 2012, he has been demonstrating the viability and value of virtualization for the Radio Access Network. Working in collaboration with service providers and telecom equipment manufacturers, he is developing flexible solutions that address the various next generation RAN deployments. Declan received an Master of Science in Telecommunications Engineering from Queen’s University Belfast and worked as design and systems engineer in Tellabs and other start-up telecoms companies prior to joining Intel in 2009.

Sue Rudd

Director, Networks and Service Platforms
Strategy Analytics

At Strategy Analytics Sue Rudd, Director Networks and Service Platforms, focuses on new opportunities for SDN/NFV, 5G, Network Slicing, Edge Services, Video Delivery Optimization and Telco Cloud as well as Service Assurance, SON for HetNets, Small Cells and Wi-Fi /Mobile Interoperability etc.


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