Amdocs has reported its implementation of Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP) on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform.
This new improvement empowers administrators to convey virtual network administrations running on Azure, orchestrated and oversaw utilizing ONAP.
Amdocs and Microsoft will indicate how administrators can pick up an opportunity to-market and money saving advantages of open clouds with an exhibit of ONAP running on Azure this week at the Linux Foundation’s Open Network Summit in Los Angeles.
Amdocs is working with Microsoft to make the ONAP code accessible to the open source group in May 2018. Network administrators will then have the capacity to offer network administrations running on Azure as the essential cloud or as corresponding limit with respect to their private cloud to convey virtual network works that are overseen and orchestrated by ONAP.
“This undertaking is an initial phase in the development of ONAP to deal with a multi-cloud condition where network limit can be expended progressively over a mix of private and open clouds,” said Anthony Goonetilleke, Group President of Amdocs Technology. “It is a proof point demonstrating the business force behind ONAP while lessening the forthright venture to set out on a network virtualization technique. It is additionally additional confirmation of Amdocs and Microsoft’s responsibility regarding keep developing and advancing open source networking answers for quicken the selection of NFV.”
Yousef Khalidi, Corporate Vice President for Azure Networking, Microsoft Corp. stated, “The present next-gen administrators are tested by the intricacy and cost of building up their current network foundations and require new cloud administrations to empower speedier network virtualization. To address these issues, Amdocs and Microsoft are utilizing ONAP to control network benefits on Microsoft Azure — a coordinated arrangement that helps network administrators convey progressed virtual network functionality, while essentially and dependably computerizing tasks and diminishing costs utilizing open source technology and cloud based-administrations.”