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PoC#1: 5G Network Slices Creation, Autonomic Management & E2E Orchestration, with Closed-Loop (Autonomic) Service Assurance for the Slices: IoT (Smart Insurance) Use Case

PoC team members

  • Orange
  • NTT Communications
  • Verizon
  • TIM (Telecom Italia)
  • Cellwize
  • Altran Germany
  • Huawei
  • ASOCS
  • QualityCloud
  • Incelligent
  • Big Switch Networks
  • IPv6 Forum

Main contact

Tayeb Ben Meriem, tayeb.benmeriem@orange.com

Downloads

Pre Demos Materials and Reports

ETSI GANA Model in 5G Network Slicing PoC: 5G Network Slices Creation, Autonomic & Cognitive Management & E2E Orchestration; with Closed-Loop (Autonomic) Service Assurance for the IoT (Smart Insurance) Use Case

Démos Materials and Reports

Demo 1: November 2017

Demo 2: February 2018

Demo 3: April 2019

PoC#1 Report on APIs: May 2019

White Papers

ETSI GANA Model in 5G Network Slicing PoC White Paper #1:   C-SON Evolution for 5G, Hybrid SON Mappings to the ETSI GANA Model, and achieving E2E Autonomic (Closed-Loop) Service Assurance for 5G Network Slices by Cross-Domain Federated GANA Knowledge Planes: October 2018

ETSI GANA Model in 5G Network Slicing PoC White Paper #2:  ONAP Mappings to the ETSI GANA Model; Using ONAP Components to Implement GANA Knowledge Planes and Advancing ONAP for Implementing ETSI GANA Standard’s Requirements; and C-SON – ONAP Architecture: February 2019


ETSI GANA Model in 5G Network Slicing PoC White Paper #3: Programmable Traffic Monitoring Fabrics that enable On-Demand Monitoring and Feeding of Knowledge into the ETSI GANA Knowledge Plane for Autonomic Service Assurance of 5G Network Slices; and Orchestrated Service Monitoring in NFV/Clouds: January 2019


ETSI GANA Model in 5G Network Slicing PoC White Paper #4: ETSI GANA as Multi-Layer Artificial Intelligence (AI) Framework for Implementing AI Models for Autonomic Management & Control (AMC) of Networks and Services; and Intent-Based Networking (IBN) via GANA Knowledge Planes (KPs): September 2019