OPEN-O

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Overview

OPEN-O is seeking to offer network operators an incremental path to transform their networks, and OSS/BSS, through adoption of SDN and NFV without scrapping the vast investments in existing equipment and technologies.

OPEN-O Architecture

The OPEN-O Architecture (shown in the Figure below), enables operators to orchestrate end-to- end composite services, leveraging virtualized (and physical network functions), and SDN and legacy connectivity services. The model-driven service framework uses standard modeling languages including TOSCA and YANG, and a modular approach to integrate with MANO building blocks (such as VIMs and VNFMs), along with Connectivity Services Management, including SDN Controllers, EMS’ and NMS’.

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OPEN-O Project Latest News

The Linux Foundation Announces Merger of Open Source ECOMP and OPEN-O to Form New Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP) Project

My Role in OPEN-O

Focus on Design and Develop NFV-O Module of OPEN-O

Focus on Design and Develop NFV-O Module of OPEN-O