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Pablo Manuel García

Pablo Manuel García

As a physicist, I started my career at the Nuclear Physics Group in the Universidad Complutense de Madrid where I became interested in the technical part of the work, linked to computational physics and Linux systems management.
In 2012 I left the academic world and I started working for BlueTC as an external consultant in Ericsson R&D. There I began to develop my activity mainly as a Python developer of automation systems and testing facilities for continuous integration. In December 2014 I joined BlueTC's Solutions area, where I started working on projects related to Openstack, NFV/SDN and integrating analytics solutions with traditional monitoring environments.

The DevOps paradigm is really cool. Everyone wants to deploy their environments with Puppet on top of OpenStack. It brings reproducibility and scalability at a tremendous speed. This is simply awesome and undoubtedly the way to go forward.

Almost nobody will discuss the benefits of adopting a standard DevOps paradigm, but this implies a major shift in mindset for most companies, especially Telcos, which have a high moment of inertia. In this article we will describe a success story based on our experience with customers.

 

Are traditional monitoring solutions ready for the software defined world (SDN/NFV) and the Internet of things (IoT)? Not always, in our opinion. In many cases they are not ready for the increasing flow of data originating from such a heterogeneous range of sources, in such diverse formats and through so many and diverse protocols.