5G Network API-Driven Network Slicing using Azure Kubernetes Service
Tharunika Sridhar
Command-line interface (CLI), APIs, ultra-reliable low-latency communications (URLLC).
For many years, the command-line interface (CLI) has been the dominant networking standard. Nonetheless, the proliferation of smart devices and the prevalence of big data have contributed to the expansion and complexity of global networks, presenting management challenges. The telecom sector is already leveraging cloud technology to provide customers with distinctive offerings beyond network connectivity which includes software defined networking and network function visualization. Unfortunately, the CLI approach was not designed to cope with this scale, resulting in arduous tasks and an elevated risk of human errors. Therefore, network APIs emerged as a solution, empowering engineers to manage network resources, QoS and enable complex telecom concepts like dynamically managing network slices, while minimizing errors efficiently. The use of 5G APIs enables implementation of programmable networks, introducing innovative concepts such as automation and scripting. In this paper we will study one of the future key concepts of integrating 5G APIs with AKS to understand the benefits in network resource utilization. With the integration of APIs, network engineers will be capable of streamlining management processes and harness the power of automation even in a highly scalable network deployment environment.
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Unique Paper ID: 164622

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 12

Page(s): 2136 - 2140
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