Service providers could save, on average, the equivalent of their entire capital budget through orchestration according to some.
This is just from greater operational efficiency, without taking into account the increased agility it could deliver. Yet orchestrating services end to end across virtualized and physical infrastructure, including partners’ networks, is proving to be one of the most difficult operational challenges for communications service providers and their suppliers. This report looks at where orchestration happens in network operators’ environments and how to address the challenges.
This report looks at:
- How service providers define orchestration
- Where orchestration happens
- Why automation is necessary
- What the business drivers are
- How service providers are implementing orchestration
- What the most important architectural considerations or steps are
- What the role is for open source and standards
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