An Introduction to ONAP
ONAP, a Linux Foundation project, automates service deployment, lifecycle management, ongoing monitoring and service assurance. Join us as we overview ONAP, the architecture and more.
Software defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV) promise to be the basis of next generation communications service provider (CSP) and enterprise networks. 5G, multi-access edge computing (MEC), enterprise connectivity and IOT will heavily rely on these new technologies. ONAP is an open source network automation project that promises to revolutionize the deployment and management of SDN and NFV services. ONAP, a Linux Foundation project, automates service deployment, lifecycle management, ongoing monitoring and service assurance. With its first release code-named “Amsterdam” available, end-users can try out ONAP and vendors can integrate their products with it.
In this webinar, aimed at decision makers and practitioners, you will learn about:
- Overview of ONAP
- ONAP architecture
- Various sub-projects
- Blueprints available
- How to get involved
Duration: 1 hour
Register for this webinar and learn about ONAP and how NFV deployments will look in the future