The Amsterdam release provides a unified architecture which includes production-proven code from OpenECOMP and Open-O to provide design-time and run-time environments within a single, policy-driven service orchestration platform. Common, vendor-agnostic models allow users to quickly design and implement new services using best-of-breed components, even within existing brownfield environments.
Real-time inventory and analytics support monitoring, end-to-end troubleshooting, and closed-loop feedback to ensure SLAs as well as rapid optimisation of service design and implementations. Additionally, ONAP is able to manage and orchestrate both virtualised and physical network functions.
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