Dana is product management director for Cloud Networks at Intel. She has deep technical experience in the wireless and telecom networking arenas and collaborates with communities on technology initiatives such as SDN/NFV, cloud native, LTE, WiMAX, VoIP, DOCSIS and more.
With core network infrastructure on a rapid path to becoming fully virtualized with cloud native practices, it’s critical for systems developers to be able to efficiently design, produce and deploy reliable applications and services from myriad software, networking and hardware components.
I’ve been developing networking products for the telecommunications sector for most of my career, starting in Israel and then immigrating to the United States two decades ago. I’ve always had a systems engineering perspective and a passion for helping service providers better understand how they can more easily consume the latest technologies to build their applications and services.
In my most recent role, I was faced with the challenge of how to help communication service providers (CoSPs) accelerate the design and deployment of applications and services running on virtualized, multi-vendor solutions tailored for their unique operating environments. These service providers want to take advantage of the latest-generation platforms and open source software innovations.
Collaborating with the CNCF Continue reading