The Open Network Automation Platform, a Linux Foundation project, has released ONAP Amsterdam, an open-source platform to enable network automation for carriers and service providers.
ONAP Amsterdam includes open-source software for orchestration and automation, as well as verified blueprints for two use cases. Carriers and service providers can download and deploy Amsterdam to automate their networks. Integrators and vendors can also build products and services around Amsterdam.
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