Cataloging the Future for Hybrid Services: How Information & Data Models Pave the Road to Agility and Success

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The questions facing the industry’s operations and monetization teams are many: How do we update or replace existing information and data models? What system will act as the master controller of these models? How will the product, service and network asset descriptors used to create and deliver new services be managed and coordinated?A central catalog is one option. A service orchestrator is another. Or perhaps the network itself could serve such a need. This report will examine developments in the areas of information and data models, service creation and delivery, MANO and catalogs, in order to find the answer.

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Cataloging the Future for Hybrid Services: How Information & Data Models Pave the Road to Agility and SuccessOSSCS 18-01IntroductionThe Difference between Information and Data Models and Modeling ToolsETSI Get Needed Support from Many Organizations on Common Information Models—Perhaps Too MuchInformation Framework (SID) Still EvolvingForums Unite Behind APIs and Informational ModelsWhy New Modeling Languages Truly are the FutureYANG as a Common Information ModelIs There Still Room for a Single Point of Truth?Stratecast - The Last WordAbout ODAMAbout StratecastAbout Frost & Sullivan




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