Bringing NFV into Focus: OSS Plays a Big Role in Sharpening the Virtualization Picture

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In today’s impression of Network Function Virtualization (NFV) architecture—despite suppliers’ and standards bodies’ best efforts at creating management and orchestration frameworks—there are gaps in the spaces where service quality management, assurance, customer experience management, analytics, and orchestration should meet.

This report examines some emerging concepts, solutions, and standards for addressing these shortcomings, including the data flow and service modeling capabilities of technologies such as Kafka and TOSCA. The report also highlights the strategy behind a new OSS portfolio by Accanto Systems, designed to fill the gaps between policy and orchestration, and between service quality and customer experience.

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Bringing NFV into Focus: OSS Plays a Big Role in Sharpening the Virtualization PictureSPIE 2016 #45 - December 16/2016IntroductionNFV Has Come a Long Way - MANO Not So MuchThe Metamorphosis: Makes OSS/BSS More NFVesqueFrom Kafka to Puccini (TOSCA)Accanto Re-architects Its Portfolio to Meet the NFV ChallengeKnitting new SOCsA Micro-Point about MicroservicesStratecast - The Last WordAbout ODAMAbout StratecastAbout Frost & Sullivan




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