Scott Raynovich of the Rayno Report and Jennifer Faulkner from Oracle explore sustainable Orchestration systems in SDN and NFV environments in this exciting webinar on lifecycle service orchestration.
Video: Oracle LSO Webinar – Orchestration in an SDN and NFV World
In this Oracle LSO webinar, Oracle‘s Jennifer Faulkner and the Rayno Report‘s Scott Raynovich analyzed and discussed the changes taking place in the the lifecycle service orchestration market. Key findings from the Rayno Report, a report involving more than fifty service providers around the world, were discussed.
This Oracle LSO webinar will further enrich your knowledge about the potential and the opportunities created by LSO in software-defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV) friendly environments. The presentation focuses on the adoption of lifecycle service orchestration by service providers who aim to achieve optimal orchestration and modernized back office operations.
The presenters evaluate current strategies service providers are implementing to steer data center service portfolios towards more dynamic solutions. Given the regulatory requirements of this industry, lifecycle service orchestration’s key architectural components as outlined by the MEF Service Operations Committee is also a central topic of discussion. The emerging role, applicability, and alignment of contemporary standards is also discussed and contrasted with the current views on how LSO can be applied to transition to SDN and NFV systems.
In the end, IT solutions are really about the customer experience. Discover how LSO can facilitate that experience and also learn what potential pitfalls could come out of a LSO integration. If you were not able to attend this webinar, you will find all the assets from the event below. Read the full Q&A here and immerse into the world of lifecycle service orchestration.
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