Virtualization technologies, Cloud (private or public), “Software-defined whatever” not only bring simplicity and flexibility to systems and communications management, but also require the full automation of company IT systems.
Whether due to startup costs, lack of scalability, or because it hasn´t been specifically designed for small businesses, up to now, it hasn´t been clear how SMEs could benefit from SD-WAN technology.
It needs to stop being a cost center and start taking an active role in the business with a significant impact on the organizational´s results.
The idea behind Microservices has been with the software industry and developers for about six to seven years now, and it´s definitely a current buzz term which is being heard more and more in the industry.
Over the last year colleagues have written blog posts on digital transformation and the new technologies within the telecommunications industry that are accompanying this phenomenon. However, I would like to take a step back and look at the digital transformation from a more business perspective.
Some have classified the digital transformation as the Fourth Industrial Revolution, where the markets, both clients and suppliers, are experiencing huge changes with the introduction of digital technology.