The Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP) open source group is presumably putting the finishing touches on its first code release — Amsterdam. The group has said it will release Amsterdam before the end of the year. The inaugural release will integrate the original Open-O and ECOMP code bases into a common orchestration platform.
We wondered how the integration was going and, specifically, whether AT&T was working collaboratively within the project.
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