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March 26-29, 2018 - Los Angeles, CA
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Wednesday, March 28 • 12:15pm - 1:05pm
How to Build KDDI “Kaizen” Hands-On Lab ~TERAKOYA~ Toward 5G Networks - Hajime Miyamoto & Yuki Kasuya, KDDI

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To introduce the 5G network, telco must employ several technologies such as NFV/MEC/vRAN. These are based on OSS. In KDDI, we have experienced a major change from the support & maintenance phase through developing the OSS based NFV environment. We realize that skillful OSS engineers are the key to this change.

How do we secure OSS engineers? KDDI’s solution is education, not recruitment. According to our strategy, we have launched an OSS hands-on lab named “Terakoya” which features (1) learning VIM/NFVI through building and troubleshooting, and (2) CI/CD platform for Kaizen using Rancher/Jenkins and etc. Documents and codes are maintained by participants through the full CI/CD process. We have 100+ yearly alumni who are Level 3 LPI-Japan classified. In this session, you can learn the benefits of educating existing members and how to build labs that yield agility/flexibility/dynamicity.

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Yuki Kasuya

Research Engineer, KDDI
Yuki Kasuya has been engaged in research on infrastructure management in KDDI Research. He is currently investigating the infrastructure operation for NFV, especially, virtual switch acceleration, VIM and NFVI. He also works as a technical advisor for KDDI’s cloud platform with... Read More →
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Hajime Miyamoto

Cloud Architect, KDDI
Hajime Miyamoto is a cloud architect at KDDI in Japan. He has worked in enterprise business unit as a developer and operator of IaaS and virtual private network service for over a decade. In this engineering experience, he leads a development for public IT cloud based on many open... Read More →


Wednesday March 28, 2018 12:15pm - 1:05pm
Wilshire Grand Ballroom III

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