Contrail Service Orchestration simplifies the design and implementation of custom network services, using an open framework that also delivers complete service life cycle management. The platform gives operators a network service design application, robust administration management and troubleshooting capabilities, and a customer portal to manage services using a single point-click experience that remains consistent across all deployment models within the Juniper Cloud CPE solution.
|Category||NFV Orchestration, Management, including Service Orchestration|
|Managment and Orchestration Functions||NFV Orchestrator|
Juniper’s Contrail Service Orchestration is purpose-built for openness including open protocols, data models, and APIs easily integrate into existing operations/business support systems (OSS/BSS) environments and onboard third-party VNFs. It is a completely customizable service on-boarding solution with customer-specific profiles allowing you to provide a personalized user experience and provides visibility into and control over hybrid WAN (MPLS and SD-WAN) traffic through the customer portal.
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In 2013, Orange Business Services conducted a survey found that many of those SMB customers were looking for greater agility from their network services. Orange Business Services chose to partner with Juniper because of its proven, open technology, a strong track record in delivering innovative virtualized networks. Orange Business Service’s new Easy Go Network is driven by MX Series 3D Universal Edge Routers, Contrail Controllers, and the vSRX virtual firewall.
|Industry Standards Participation||Broadband Forum, ETSI NFV ISG, OPNFV, MEF, OpenStack Foundation and Telecom Infrastructure Project (TIP)|
|Linux Foundation Projects||OpenDaylight and OpenSwitch|
|Supported VIMs||OpenStack and CloudStack|
|NFVI or VNF Integration||SDN control and Telco Cloud resource management environments are integrated with OpenStack via Contrail Cloud Platform. MANO is delivered with Contrail Service Orchestration built with open YANG data models. Openness also extends to an open ecosystem that easily on-boards third-party VNFs.|