LONDON - Wednesday, November 2nd 2016 [ME NewsWire]
As NFV and SDN make network infrastructure ever more dynamic, legacy approaches to network inventory are unable to provide the very complete end-to-end information required to truly assure services, requiring new technologies and new notions of the role of inventories.
"Legacy network inventories were designed to address the challenges of legacy networks", said Leo Zancani, Ontology Systems CTO, “but now networks are becoming much more dynamic, and CSP’s ability to evolve their infrastructure and services cannot be limited by the time to roll out new inventory functionality. Assurance functions do still need a reliable, up-to-date view of what’s involved in the delivery of a service though - so a lighter, more agile approach is essential.”
The Catalyst will show how Ontology Systems’ product, Intelligent 360 for Network Operators, uses graph-data and semantic modelling to provide an agile way to combine data from sources such as legacy OSS, network discovery, orchestrators, SDN controllers and virtualisation management to provide an understanding of how physical and virtual resources depend on each other to deliver a service.
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Ontology Systems uses graph-data and semantic modelling to create an end-to-end dynamic view of the network topology and services. This swift, low-risk, flexible approach delivers an up to date picture of difficult and fragmented network, OSS and BSS data.
Founded in 2006 and headquartered in London, UK, Ontology customers include Telenor, T-Mobile, BT, Level 3, Three UK, Vodacom, MBNL, BskyB, Vodafone, Neotel, Internet Solutions and Telkom SA.
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