OPEN-O is an open source project backed by the Linux Foundation that enables telecommunications and cable operators to effectively deliver end-to- end services across Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) Infrastructure, as well as Software Defined Network (SDN) and legacy network services.
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|Category||NFV Orchestration, Management, including Service Orchestration|
|Managment and Orchestration Functions||NFV Orchestrator|
OPEN-O is a Linux Foundation Collaborative Project focused on building an open source, carrier grade orchestration platform. OPEN–O is positioned in the services layer to create and manage any service over any network. The OPEN-O architecture is compliant with the ETSI NFV Architectural Framework and Management and Orchestration (MANO), and has adopted standard service modeling languages YANG and TOSCA to ensure commonality and flexibility.
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Among the multiple open source MANO projects, OPEN-O is hoping to distinguish itself for going beyond network management and orchestration to tackle end-to-end service delivery, across both legacy and virtualized networks. OPEN-O Release 1.0, called “SUN,” ushers in a new era of open orchestration, bridging the gap between virtualized functions and connectivity services for brownfield environments for both residential and enterprise virtualized customer premises equipment (vCPE) use cases.
|Industry Standards Participation||OpenStack Foundation|
|Linux Foundation Projects||ONAP|
|Supported VIMs||OpenStack and VMware vRealize/vCAC/vCD|
|NFVI or VNF Integration||OPEN-O supports multiple virtual infrastructure managers, or VIMs, including open source versions such as OpenStack, but also VMWare, or other VIMs needed by specific member projects. It also includes VNF managers as well as controllers and network management systems.|