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Diego Lopez, Head of Technology Exploration and Standards, Telefónica
Two of the main big trends driving CSP transformation are automation and the move to being cloud native. It’s agreed that it is vital to automate service provisioning and dramatically reduce times, but where are we today, what’s the current status? With so much discussion at the moment about the need for the industry to consolidate around one single orchestration platform, it’s coming down essentially to ONAP vs OSM (open source MANO). But is it really as simple as that? Meanwhile, Zero Touch provisioning looks more difficult than we might have originally thought, and with machine learning expected to play an important part in autonomous networking, what still needs to be done to create a self-service adaptive network?
Filmed at SDN NFV World Congress, The Hague, Netherlands, October 2018