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Oracle Communications VoIP Orchestration Solution

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Oracle Communications VoIP Orchestration Solution

Introduction

As CSPs strive to increase their agility, move to virtualization and embrace digitalization, they are encountering hurdles presented by their existing systems and processes. The Oracle Communications Service and Network Orchestration solution surmounts these hurdles using an open, agile, model-driven approach that insulates IT systems from network complexity and accelerates CSPs’ concept-to-cash-to-care processes.

Voice over IP Orchestration Demonstration

The VoIP orchestration demonstration is a realization of self-service and on-demand delivery of services such as Carrier Ethernet across multiple sites with the addition of Value-Added services, in this case VoIP using virtual SBC (Session Border Controller) and CSM (Core Session Management).  The demonstration shows the following capabilities:

  • Self-serve ordering of a complex Carrier Ethernet product as if it were a simple IT service and addition of VoIP as value added service. Demonstrating Enterprise customer ordering experience from any device and from anywhere, while still integrated into critical service provider business management processes
  • VoIP orchestration – dynamic order decomposition and orchestration, leveraging end-to-end service design and automation across a multi-network and multi-vendor environment
  • Model-driven orchestration – Service components and behaviours defined using metadata-driven relationships and policies, with clearly-defined interfaces between product, service and network layers, supporting rapid implementation and evolution
  • Virtual network control layer leveraging SDN principles – abstracting complex MPLS and Metro Ethernet service implementations from the NFV orchestration layer leveraging service-to-resource abstractions

Optimized for Cross-Layer Orchestration

The Oracle Communications Service and Network Orchestration solution provides an open, multi-domain, cross-layer orchestration platform for service providers who are embracing digital services enabled by hybrid virtual and physical networks.

Figure 1: Oracle Communications Concept-to-Cash-to-Care solution highlighting its Service and Network Orchestration component

The solution’s modular capabilities include:

  • Integrated design environment across product, service and resource layers
  • Dynamic service orchestration covering all technologies and domains
  • Orchestration of physical and NFV-based networks across traditional and cloud-based infrastructure
  • Support for physical network build-out and readiness operations
  • Wide Area Network (WAN) control for MPLS and Metro Ethernet networks
  • Dynamic inventory, providing accurate, up-to-date details of services and resources, both physical and virtualized
  • Automated scaling and restoration of services via closed-loop automation, leveraging external assurance and analytics systems
  • Open APIs for streamlined integration with open source and third party components including assurance, network inventory, SDN controllers and partner gateways

The solution’s core design principles – modularity, extensibility and re-usability – enable faster time-to-market, leverage economies of scale and reduce ongoing maintenance costs.

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Johanne Mayer, Product Marketing Orchestration, Oracle Communications
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