Telco Demos With Juju: DataArt

James Donner

on 29 January 2016

Telecom operators currently need months to deploy new value added services to production. Not any more! Take a look into how DataArt is using Juju, Docker and other Webscale technologies and applying them to the telecom world. You can deploy a telecom solution in minutes, auto-scale it and change services even while a live audience is using them.

In this demo from TADsummit, watch Michael Lazar from DataArt demonstrate a teleconference on demand service that’s able to seamlessly scale on demand. As demand increases, you’ll see how new instances can be added and environments can be scaled up. The loads simulated in this demonstration include 2 million SMS messages as well as inviting the audience to dial into the conference call.

In addition to using the parameters of Juju charms to configure scaling, it’s able to reclaim resources when they’re no longer necessary. This not only allows companies to businesses to maximize their resources, but provide a return on investment.

Ready to see for yourself? You can also try this demo at home by grabbing the Juju bundle here.

We’ll also be at Mobile World Congress showing all of these exciting solutions in action and more. Get more information here!

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