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Report: What is Domain Orchestration and Why Do You Need It?

A white paper by Analysys Mason highlights the need for domain orchestration amidst growing digital demands as well as Netcracker’s unique approach.

Increasingly complex network and service environments are driving service providers to evolve and enable more automated operations. This is becoming more of a priority as the digital ecosystem expands and networks and services face new resource demands and pressures. Innovative operators are now pursuing domain orchestration as a means to address these objectives.

Download Domain Orchestration Prepares the Way for a Digital Network and Operations Platform (DNOP) White Paper

Domain orchestration represents a new approach to step-by-step evolution, allowing service providers to orchestrate and automate various operations at a time via “domains,” which can be defined by network layers, specific services or other parameters. Typically, this approach means bringing together operations support systems (OSS), orchestration and control functions, thus eliminating silos and making way to automate domains piecemeal, eventually leading to an end-to-end automated ecosystem.

This white paper by Analysys Mason dives into how to enable domain orchestration and what the benefits of the strategy will mean for service providers. The report also highlights Netcracker’s unique approach to domain orchestration, which opens opportunities to increase cost efficiency, deliver new digital services and grow revenue.

Click here to read the white paper