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The Future of OSS and Orchestration
May 2017

There has been a lot attention directed to future OSS (Operation Support Systems) and Network and Service Orchestration Systems. Some argue that OSS will evolve to encompass the orchestration function, while others argue that orchestration will take over the functions now performed by OSS. We will examine the current situation with OSS in Telcos and how orchestration interacts with them. The analysis will show that, most likely, neither of these extreme positions is correct. The way the human body works is a good model that shows the synergistic relationship between them.


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