Service Orchestration Architecture (SOA) is a set of principles for the development of enterprise systems like enterprise resources planning (ERP) software, project planning, and customer relationship management software.
SDN and NFV provide flexibility to Telecom companies that need customized network services to expand their markets. The challenge is working with different components and deploying services efficiently at the same time. Service Orchestration is what makes it possible by automation and standardization.
Ethernet Service Distribution is still a big potential revenue source. But what is the role of orchestration in providing automation for Ethernet services?
Lifecycle Service Orchestration (LSO) standardizes service definitions and high-level ways of deploying them. Learn more about LSO and how providers and users can benefit.
Read the webinar Q&A transcript (and additional questions) from our recent webinar Unrestricted Access: How Orchestration Platforms Really Work.
Check out the top questions asked by operators in our recent Intraway webinar on adding orchestration to a multi-vendor network.
Are you planning to go to The Future of Cable Business Services 2017? Take a look at this blog post and learn all you need to know before you get to New York City.
Alan Breznick from Light Reading and Steve Marsh, Intraway’s North America CTO, discuss the role of automation and orchestration to empower operators’ digital transformation.