NFV Service Design & Operations: Saving the Sorcerer’s Apprentice

| August 27, 2018

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In Goethe's Sorcerer's Apprentice, popularized by Disney's Fantasia, the wizard's assistant tires of his manual chores and uses magic to automate them – with disastrous consequences. With network functions virtualization (NFV), operations teams are also looking for automation, and the acronym soup of NFV can often resemble wizardry (or gobbledygook). To avoid drowning in a sea of alarms and bug-ridden services (and acronyms), communications service providers (CSPs) need new tools that take the best from the DevOps world of enterprise IT and add functionality that caters to the more complex environment of network services.

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