With the increasing adoption of 5G, more TSPs (telecommunications service providers) are moving from their traditional infrastructure to NFV (network functions virtualisation) technology. One of the essential components of the NFV architecture is the MANO (management and orchestration) platform. Among various MANO solutions available on the market, OSM (open-source MANO) is now gaining momentum with various TSPs preparing to use it in production.
Join Tytus Kurek from Canonical and Ramon Armada from Altran for a presentation on the challenges related to OSM adoption and how those can be bypassed by using a production-grade distribution - Charmed OSM. Tytus will also show how to bootstrap a development stack for Charmed OSM in just a few minutes and what a real production stack looks like. Finally, we will discuss the role of the system integrator in the process of achieving a successful adoption and post-deployment phase.