OO for OSS/BSS: Rethinking OSS/BSS from an Object Oriented Perspective to Support Service Provider Strategic Priorities

OO for OSS/BSS: Rethinking OSS/BSS from an Object Oriented Perspective to Support Service Provider Strategic Priorities

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15-Sep-2006
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North America
Research Code: D563-00-16-00-00
SKU: IT02782-AP-MR_16145
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In this brief, we take a deeper dive into the idea that the OSS/BSS industry is inverting: it is moving away from functionally organized systems into those that are organized around data and – more meaningfully at the business level – objects. We give a brief taste of what it means for OSS/BSS to be object-oriented, and then list the top service provider strategic priorities among all operators today. We also describe how each strategic priority is served by an object-oriented perspective and describe this industry refocus through co-operative movements such as that defined by the TeleManagement Forum’s (TMF’s) SID model for telecommunications.

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Introduction

What Does it Mean for OSS/BSS to be Object-Oriented?

Object Oriented-Oriented OSS/BSS

How Object Modeling of Telecom Data Supports Service Provider Business Priorities

TMF’s Telecom Data Model – The SID

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In this brief, we take a deeper dive into the idea that the OSS/BSS industry is inverting: it is moving away from functionally organized systems into those that are organized around data and  more meaningfully at the business level  objects. We give a brief taste of what it means for OSS/BSS to be object-oriented, and then list the top service provider strategic priorities among all operators today. We also describe how each strategic priority is served by an object-oriented perspective and describe this industry refocus through co-operative movements such as that defined by the TeleManagement Forums (TMFs) SID model for telecommunications.
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