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Coming Soon: LSO and MANO - Conflict or Cohabitation?

Publication Month : March 2019   |   Report Code : LSOMANO19   |   Pages : 100

One can surmise that successful VNF orchestration powered by the NFVO and MANO completes the objectives of NFV successfully. Is this really true? VNF instantiation is only the beginning. Any new service should be backed by the operationalizing the necessary BSS and OSS services. In some situations, there is a lack ...

One can surmise that successful VNF orchestration powered by the NFVO and MANO completes the objectives of NFV successfully. Is this really true?

VNF instantiation is only the beginning. Any new service should be backed by the operationalizing the necessary BSS and OSS services. In some situations, there is a lack of synchronization between VNF and BSS/OSS framework largely due to the legacy-driven nature of the framework.

MEF has therefore introduced the concept of LSO that makes the legacy OSS/BSS interface effectively with NFV and SDN. LSO primarily aims to address the issue of interfacing legacy network elements with new-generation orchestration mechanisms. LSO vendors contend that LSOs are essential when networks are heterogenous (combination of PNFs and VNFs), which is the reality of the overwhelming majority of present-day carrier networks.

Are telcos buying the LSO argument? Do they think they are better off without LSO? Do they think that standalone LSO and MANO are exhaustive by themselves? Do they reckon they need both of them?

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