The importance of service orchestration in support of wireless software (SDN, NFV, cloud) advances
- Wednesday, May 6, 2015 - 2:00-3:00pm New York/ 7:00-8:00pm London
As mobile operators begin to rollout NFV, SDN and cloud platforms, there is a growing need for centralized orchestration in order to help automate information flow between the platforms and for on-boarding of services. This is also known as management and orchestration (MANO). This report will look at how service orchestration fits into the cloud, SDN and NFV space; what specific orchestration functions and vendor solutions mobile carriers will need to look for; and what challenges the eco-system is facing in terms of moving forward with deployable service orchestration platforms that can fit the needs of cloud, NFV and SDN.
What you will learn:
The need for service orchestration as mobile operators increasingly turn to virtualized services. What goes into service orchestration platforms and taking a look into how those platforms are developing. Also, the importance or need to have a single orchestration platform to handle both SDN and NFV deployments.
Who should attend:
- Those in charge of carrier virtualization plans.
- Vendors looking to gain insight into the current market for orchestration platforms from analyst and carrier perspectives in order to gauge market plans.
- Employees attempting to bolster their telecom virtualization knowledge base, with a focus on orchestration platforms.