Mobile edge computing delivers cloud computing at the edge of the cellular network to drive services quality and innovation. The ability for CSPs and ISVs to effectively develop, deliver, and deploy MEC services on a given platform directly correlates with the availability and maturity of associated tools and test environment. Dronava is a hyper-connected, web-scale network reference design for the 5G mobile network, suitable for use as a test and development socket for cloud applications developed for MEC platforms with tools such as the Intel NEV SDK. With Dronava, developers can drive the application with real traffics from the network edge to the EPC core, and if need be, connect with services in the core network in order to fully characterize the functionalities, latency, and throughput of the platform and application.Teranium is an integrated development environment that simplifies the development, packaging, and deployment/management of cloud applications. Teranium can be utilized to develop and deploy MEC applications on a number of platforms. Together with Dronava, Teranium helps to reduce complexity and improve efficiency in the ability of CSPs and ISVs to adopt and deploy MEC-base services.