The first field deployment and trial in Orange production networks of an automation framework powered by ONAP is here!


DT has introduced a vendor-independent SMO using ONAP open source as the foundation for service automation across all network domains!


Honolulu is Here!


The Certified ONAP Professional (COP) Exam Is Here

The Certified ONAP Professional exam from The Linux Foundation and LF Networking demonstrates you have the ability to onboard Virtual Network Functions (VNFs), design and deploy network services, and configure VNFs.


ONAP is a comprehensive platform for orchestration, management, and automation of network and edge computing services for network operators, cloud providers, and enterprises. Real-time, policy-driven orchestration and automation of physical and virtual network functions enables rapid automation of new services and complete lifecycle management critical for 5G and next-generation networks.

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May 11, 2021 in Announcement

ONAP, The De Facto Open Network Automation Platform, Goes Cloud-Native in Honolulu

ONAP’s Honolulu release adds even more cloud native and modular capabilities, and robust  integration with O-RAN ONAP is an Instrumental component of Linux Foundation Networking’s 5G Super Blueprint, enabling orchestration,…
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December 8, 2020 in Blog

ONAP Guilin brings 5G open source automation for network slicing and O-RAN integration paving the way for cloud native architectures for telecom

By Ranny Haiby, Samsung The ONAP community is excited to announce reaching a significant milestone – the general availability of Guilin, the 7th ONAP release. Named after the Chinese city…
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June 18, 2020 in Announcement

ONAP’s 6th Release, ‘Frankfurt,’ Available Now – Most Comprehensive, Secure and Collaborative Software to Accelerate 5G Deployments

Rich feature set including End-to-end 5G network slicing, security and deployment-ready automation anchored in Frankfurt Collaborative and diverse contributions for 27 sub-projects, across 34 organizations and 400+ developers, and accelerated…
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