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Building the Network of the Future: Getting Smarter, Faster, and More Flexible with a Software Centric Approach
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Building the Network of the Future: Getting Smarter, Faster, and More Flexible with a Software Centric ApproachCRC Press has published Building the Network of the Future: Getting Smarter, Faster, and More Flexible with a Software Centric Approach. This book is based on the lessons learned from AT&Ts software transformation journey starting in 2012 when rampant traffic growth necessitated a change in network architecture and design.

Using new technologies such as NFV, SDN, Cloud, and Big Data, AT&Ts engineers outlined and implemented a radical network transformation program that dramatically reduced capital and operating expenditures. This book describes the transformation in substantial detail. The subject matter is of great interest to telecom professionals worldwide, as well as academic researchers looking to apply the latest techniques in computer science to solving telecoms big problems around scalability, resilience, and survivability.

Features include:
Discusses end-to-end network architecture, the various major parts of the all-IP network, and the transition path to software defined networking
Explains how network functions are implemented and how services deployed in the traditional way using physical network functions can be implemented using NFV
Covers the Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP)a software platform that delivers product/service independent capabilities for the design, creation, and lifecycle management of the virtualized environment for carrier-scale, real-time workloads.
Explores how to properly design a Big Data framework to collect, store, analyze, and implement the use of network data for optimizing network operations
Details how to leverage SDN and NFV to re-architect customer premise solutions through the introduction of a Universal Customer Premise Equipment (uCPE) hardware and software platform

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* Website: crcpress.com
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