Service Quality is Non-Virtual: Performance Metrics must be Real and Near Real-Time

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This report looks at some of the ways virtualization changes what CSPs must look for to gauge performance; and how they must view the character of their networks and services based on new metrics. While Stratecast has always blanched at the characterization, by some pontificators, of CSPs and their networks as dinosaurs in this industry, it might not be so wrong to think of traditional network management as Medieval when compared to the AI-driven processes of the near future.

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Service Quality is Non-Virtual: Performance Metrics must be Real and Near Real-TimeOSSCS 18-03IntroductionNFV Service Quality MetricsStriving for InteroperabilityOther Examples from the IndustryStratecast - The Last WordAbout ODAMAbout StratecastAbout Frost & Sullivan

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