Market Research Report
vNGN-OSS: An Architectural Framework for Virtual Network Management and Orchestration
|Published by||Analysys Mason||Product code||339557|
|Published||Content info||35 slides
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|vNGN-OSS: An Architectural Framework for Virtual Network Management and Orchestration|
|Published: September 10, 2015||Content info: 35 slides||
"The success of CSPs in the digital economy depends on them deploying a network architecture that can dynamically and holistically manage physical and virtual resources to support service innovation at scale."
Network equipment providers (NEPs) are trying to develop their network management systems (NMS) to encompass the new needs of network function virtualisation (NFV) and software-defined networking (SDN) while maintaining physical infrastructure management, and are seeking best practices and guidelines. This report provides a network orchestration framework to help NEPs navigate the evolution from NMS/EMS to the new network orchestration space, and uses the new taxonomy to track the market and its associated vendors.
KEY CAPABILITIES OF A VIRTUAL NEXT-GENERATION NETWORK OSS (VNGN-OSS)
ARCHITECTURE TO MANAGE MULTI-VENDOR HYBRID NETWORKS
Shanthi Ravindran (Senior Analyst) is a member of Analysys Mason's Telecoms Software research team, focusing on OSS, BSS and SDP for Asia-Pacific customers. She leads the Network Orchestration programme. Shanthi has more than 20 years of experience at Tier 1 infrastructure vendors, working on design, deployment and operations of wireless and broadband networks for operators across the Asia-Pacific region, starting with the first GSM and CDMA networks in Malaysia and Singapore, and continuing on through to 3G and 4G networks.
Dana Cooperson (Research Director) is the research director for Analysys Mason's network-focused software research programmes. Her area of expertise is intelligent fixed and mobile network infrastructure. Her goal is to help customers strengthen their link in the communications value chain while evolving their business operations to benefit from, rather than be threatened by, shifts in the market. The key network infrastructure trends Dana focuses on include the integration of communications and IT assets and the drive towards software-controlled, virtual networking.
Glen Ragoonanan (Principal Analyst) is the lead analyst for Analysys Mason's Infrastructure Solutions, Service Delivery Platforms and Software-Controlled Networking research programmes. He joined Analysys Mason in 2008 and has worked as a consultant on projects on next-generation IT and telecoms networks, systems and technologies for incumbents, new entrants, private companies, regulators and public-sector clients. His primary areas of specialisation include operations and business support systems (OSS/BSS) solution architecture and integration for business process re-engineering, business process optimisation, business continuity planning, procurement and outsourcing operations and strategies.