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Enterprise Networking Planet : ONAP Releases First Project Code from Open-Source Networking Effort

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Just over a month ago, the Linux Foundation announced the merger of the ECMOP and Open-O projects to form the new Open Network Automation Project (ONAP). At the ONS 2017 event today, ONAP is now releasing its first code.

The ECOMP project was all based on code developed and used by AT&T. ECOMP, which is an acronym for Enhanced Control, Orchestration, Management and Policy, was only a standalone Linux Foundation project for a few short weeks before merging with Open-O.

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Light Reading: Reliance Jio joins ONAP

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The Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP) Project today announced that Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited (Jio) has joined as a Platinum member. The addition of Jio, a top telecommunications, digital platform and services provider in India, to a project that has brought together open source community members and industry leaders from Asia, Europe and North America serves to further differentiate ONAP as the fastest-growing open networking initiative. Jio’s membership demonstrates the company’s commitment to work with open source communities to help drive innovation across the telecommunication industry, including software-defined networks (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV).

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Light Reading: MANO Marriage: ECOMP, Open-O Converge as ONAP

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OPEN-O and ECOMP, two significant open source MANO efforts, are merging into a single entity under the Linux Foundation banner.

The new group, Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP), will include the major service providers from each group plus a significant vendor population, taking the best of what each has to offer into a combined architecture. (See OPEN-O, ECOMP Combine to Create ONAP.)

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