NFV continues to gain prominence in both the telecom industry and enterprises. ONAP is a recent network automation open source project that has resulted from the merger of AT&T’s OpenECOMP and the Open-O MANO projects, promising to revolutionize how network services are deployed and managed by automating service orchestration, lifecycle management, ongoing monitoring, and corrective actions.

In this webinar, we will look what is involved in its first release, code-named Amsterdam, including the ONAP project as a whole and a high-level overview of its projects. Suitable for both practitioners and decision makers, this webinar will cover:

  • An overview of the Linux Foundation ONAP project
  • An introduction to the architectural philosophy of ONAP
  • An overview of the 30 projects that constitute the upcoming Amsterdam release
  • A look at how ONAP can improve network automation

Original Broadcast: November 2017


  • Amar Kapadia, NFV Strategy Orchestrator, Aarna Networks
  • Madhu Nunna, Sr. Product Manager, NFV, Mirantis
  • Nick Chase, Head of Content, Mirantis

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