In NFV for Dummies Chapter 3 Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) NFV for Dummies webinar series, Andreas Krichel, chief architect of OSS for NFV Program, walks us through network functions virtualization (NFV) use for operations support systems (OSS) and business support systems (BSS).
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HPE NFV for Dummies Chapter 3: Leveraging NFV for OSS/BSS Transformation
NFV for Dummies Chapter 3, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), Andreas Krichel, chief architect of OSS for NFV Program, walks us through network functions virtualization (NFV) use for operations support systems (OSS) and business support systems (BSS).
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Since its arrival on the scene, NFV has acted as an impetus to transform network management. In NFV for Dummies Chapter 3 we learn about the important of OSS interaction with cloud resource management systems, the necessary NFV resources that comprise the OSS/BSS infrastructure, and how this aligns with ETSI’s NFV management and orchestration (MANO) framework. Andreas also covers in NFV for Dummies Chapter 3:
- How NFV components manage resources and data with the Virtualized Infrastructure Manager
- Conducting end-to-end network services with the NFV Orchestrator
- Controlling and managing networks with software-defined networking (SDN)
If you haven’t already, take some time to view the other webinars in this exciting series. You can see the recorded presentations by clicking on the below links:
Chapter 1: What is NFV and Why Do CSPs Need It?
Chapter 2: NFV Components and NFV Infrastructure
Chapter 4: HPE’s Approach to NFV
Chapter 5: Considerations When Transforming to an NFV-Enabled CSP Infrastructure
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Further your education and learn about software-defined networking and how it interacts with NFV by viewing the SDN Journey series, also presented by HPE or check out more Dummies content on SDxCentral.
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