Optiva has opted for Google Anthos as the Kubernetes platform for private and public cloud deployments.
By taking advantage of the Anthos environment, which is used on-premise in private clouds to help facilitate a move to the public cloud, telcos can accelerate their OSS/BSS migration to the public cloud. The move to the public cloud and Google Cloud Platform (GCP) offers telcos total cost of ownership (TCO) savings of up to 80%.
“We are excited that GCP is making it even easier for telcos to start their journey to the public cloud. With Anthos, telcos can now utilize GKE for on-premise and private cloud deployments,” said Danielle Royston, CEO of Optiva.
Additionally, Anthos is offered as a managed service by Google and is based on Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) which enables consistency between public cloud and private cloud environments. The general availability of Anthos was announced at a Google event by Thomas Kurian, CEO of Google Cloud. Optiva’s end-to-end converged OSS/BSS solution, Optiva Charging Engine, was selected as the enterprise application to demonstrate Anthos in a sold-out session presented with Arctiq.
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