LSO Hackathon with AT&T, Cisco, and Ericsson
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TelecomTV's panel discussion at MEF 16 on the MEF’s 3rd LSO Hackathon, explaining the importance of the Hackathon work in accelerating the development of Lifecycle Service Orchestration standards and seeing them delivered in open source projects. A key goal of the LSO Hackathon is to test out early implementations of developing LSO specifications and to provide feedback to the standardisation process about what does and does not work before standards are finalised. This is key part of MEF’s more agile specification development process that has been implemented over the past year. This MEF16 Hackathon included development activity related to East-West APIs supporting interoperable services between operators. Two specific Hackathon projects included serviceability and ordering.
- Andy Mayer, Domain 2.0 Integration, AT&T
- Dawn Kaplan, Solution Architect-OSS/BSS Product Services, Ericsson
- Donald Hunter, Principal Engineer, Chief Technology Office, Cisco
Filmed at: MEF 16, Baltimore, USA, 8 November 2016