Developing service orchestration for more agile deployment

Guy Daniels
By Guy Daniels

Oct 10, 2016

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Jack Pugaczewski, Distinguished Architect, Centurylink; and Stephan Pelletier, Director of Product Management for Orchestration, Oracle

The MEF’s lifecycle services orchestration (LSO) work is becoming increasingly important to service providers as they look to offer more agile services, reduce costs and create new revenue opportunities. The LSO Presto Network Resources Provisioning APIs enable the interworking of open services, linking the work being done on OpenCS and OpenLSO. The industry is also now seeing more carrier-led developments in orchestration, particularly with MANO, as carriers look to take more control to drive interworking and standards.

Filmed at: MEF Annual Members Meeting, Boston, August 2016

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