I'm back with a new episode of TeleGeography Explains the Internet.
In the hot seat this time: Nokia's Paul Unbehagen. Paul has a deep history in the networking world, so he approaches his role at Nokia—NE Americas CTO—from the perspective of a network engineer.
Although our main topics this week are enterprise cloud and right-sizing cloud utilization, we use those as a springboard into many topics circling the state of the network in 2023.
We touch on the history of the enterprise’s move into the cloud and why some companies have reevaluated their cloud strategy in recent years.
As it so often does, the geography of the cloud comes up, along with Paul’s take on location and design in the cloud. This brings us to the edge—not only what it means and where it is, but some of the new and exciting use cases of what edge computing facilitates.
Embedded in that conversation is also 5G and how mobile can push the network into being a central part of the business. And we can’t resist bringing up AI/ML.
Paul and I had a great time waxing philosophical about how networks and cloud have changed and what it could mean for the future.
From This Episode
- The price of managed cloud services
- X celebrates 60% savings from cloud exit
- Read @XEng post
- Episode 509 | Why 4G Is Still Relevant for Enterprise Connectivity
- Episode 508 | How Geography Influences Network Security
- Episode 505 | It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's Super Cloud
- Episode 402 | Data Centers and the Opportunity at the Edge
Greg is Senior Manager, Enterprise Research at TeleGeography. He's spent the last decade and a half at TeleGeography developing many of our pricing products and reports about enterprise networks. He is a frequent speaker at conferences about corporate wide area networks and enterprise telecom services. He also hosts our podcast, TeleGeography Explains the Internet.