SNO 7.3.5 What's New recorded presentation provides overview of various features delivered in this release.
This page provides overview of Oracle Communications Order and Service Management, Data sheet, white papers and links to related products & solutions.
This page provides overview of Service and Network Orchestration, Data sheet, white papers and some of the key use case demonstrations.
This page lists down all the tutorials and demonstrations for OSM 7.3
This page lists down all the tutorials and demonstrations for OSM 7.2.4
This page lists down all the tutorials and demonstrations for OSM 22.214.171.124
SNO 7.3.5 What's New presentation provides overview of various features delivered in this release.
This tutorial is intended to illustrate the standard implementation sequence and mechanics of implementing a service within a Service and Network Orchestration (SNO) solution. It illustrates a complete implementation cycle of a very simple service using the Rapid Service Design methodology.
The exercise starts with the definition of a Conceptual Model, then proceeds to capturing and detailing the Conceptual Model using Design Studio. This model is then used to drive the realization of application-specific technical catalog metadata. Simple readiness data is configured, then the application-specific catalog metadata is deployed to a run-time environment to provide a working implementation for the new service. As a final step, Service Orders are executed for the new service, resulting in actual network configuration being applied.
A series of informal sessions which explore the details of a Broadband Internet service example provided as a reference implementation for Oracle’s Service and Network Orchestration (SNO) solution. These sessions explore the assumptions and principles underlying the Broadband Internet Conceptual Model, examine Technical Catalog details and how they control the run-time behavior of the SNO solutions, and look at the run-time processing of Broadband Internet orders within a SNO solution.
Oracle Communications IP Service Activator automates service activation and enables network management on large-scale multi-vendor IP networks. IP Service Activator generates a detailed model of the managed network and the features supported by the devices in that network which enables you to react in real time to new service and customer demands.
Oracle Communications Configuration Management works with IPSA to control network operations for multi-vendor networks. With Configuration Management, you can automate configuration management practices, such as network discovery, archiving, auditing, and activation.
Support page for Oracle Communications Unified Inventory Management (UIM)
Oracle Communications Unified Inventory Management (UIM) is a standards-based telecommunications inventory management application that enables you to model and manage customers, services, and resources. UIM supports complex business relationships and provides full life-cycle management of services and resources.
Support page for Oracle Communications IP Service Activator
These documents are included in the full RI download package, but may also be obtained here if you prefer to read about the solution and the Reference Implementation before downloading all of the software artifacts