July 28, 2021

Service Orchestration Builds a Future of Collaboration

Effective service orchestration must support full-lifecycle automation and E2E system integration for 5G networks.

Networks are exponentially increasing in size and diversity as the popularity of partner ecosystems, public cloud environments, microservices infrastructure and container-based applications continues to grow. Multivendor systems now include physical, virtual and cloud-native resources with multicloud hosting. Full-lifecycle automation and E2E system integration can accommodate the diversity of hybrid resources across different cloud platforms by rapidly constructing, provisioning, assuring and operating services with maximum reliability and usability.

Full-lifecycle automation and E2E integration require service orchestration to harness the growing availability and power of 5G networks and multicloud platforms. Effective service orchestration must include:

Intent-Based Orchestration
Executing business intent with preconfigured service models is essential for managing the growing complexity and scale of networks and delivering on-demand digital services.

Cloud-Native Architecture
A microservices architecture and container-based components will help operators flexibly adapt different cloud environments to their individual requirements as companies continue migrating to public and hybrid clouds.

A Partner Ecosystem and Open Standards
Operators must avoid the traditional pitfalls of legacy systems, such as vendor lock-in, with open APIs and standard service models to simplify the integration and automation of multivendor networks and services.

Read more about service orchestration and Netcracker’s sole leadership position in GlobalData’s competitive landscape report





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