OSM Release THIRTEEN overview

Presented by

Francisco-Javier Ramón Salguero, Gerardo García de Blas, Mark Beierl

About this talk

This webinar offers an overview of the recently announced ETSI Open Source MANO Release THIRTEEN, and a demonstration of some of its latest features. OSM Release THIRTEEN introduces a new scalable architecture for service assurance and closed-loop operations leveraging on cloud-native version of Apache Airflow and Prometheus. This architecture is prepared to cover the most demanding service assurance scenarios such as auto-healing and auto-scaling in large clouds and multiple edge sites. In addition, Release THIRTEEN includes significant improvements in other key areas such as new capabilities for NS deployment, improved execution environments, architectural evolution of LCM module, OSM air-gapped installation and some enhancements in OSM client. During the webinar, some of the main OSM participants will introduce the highlights of the new OSM release along with some demonstrations of the new capabilities and use cases that the OSM community has been working on during this cycle: - Francisco-Javier Ramón Salguero (Chair ETSI Open Source MANO | Telefónica) - Gerardo García de Blas (TSC Chair ETSI Open Source MANO | Telefónica) - Mark Beierl (TSC Member ETSI Open Source MANO | Canonical) Register to learn more!

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