[Openstack-operators] [Telco][NFV][infra] Review process of TelcoWG use cases

George Shuklin george.shuklin at gmail.com
Fri Feb 6 18:01:36 UTC 2015

On 02/06/2015 07:52 PM, Paul Belanger wrote:
>> I think it not really possible. If you talking about 'openstack' as
>> 'Openstack developers', may be. But for operators all telco stuff is just
>> completely foreign. I do not understand what they doing and I don't need
>> them for my job. Sorry.
> Interesting, I was actually talking for some friends about the
> business of 'telco' and OpenStack recently.  Like some operators have
> indicated, the world of 'telco' is foreign to them but since my
> background come from the VoIP / telco environment I can see where you
> are coming from.
> I'm going to look at your proposal, and see if I can make some
> comments.  But, I am personally interested in this topic, more as a
> FYI.
On second thought OS operators can have different background and 
specialization. I was to selfish, sorry. I came from DC/hosting area and 
still in it, and I assumed many guys here are the same - provide 
computational infrastructure for the hosting/applications. Some are more 
'enterprise', some more 'hosting multitenant', but mostly is 'how to 
manage virtualization'.

And telco, voip, it all like dark side of the moon. I'm better 
understand what programmers do than telcos. And it is interesting, 
because NOC's (networking guys, again, DC-style) are not telcos.

Anyway, sorry for been too rude.

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