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SDN Domain Controller Framework

The Altran SDN Domain Controller Framework is a game-changer for network developers delivering greater efficiency and agility, reducing OPEX and increases customer satisfaction.

The Altran SDN Domain Controller Framework harnesses the capabilities of SDN controllers, such as ONOS and Open Daylight, to build the necessary service management components and applications, including path management, circuit management, fault management and configuration management. Using an abstraction layer, the Altran software architecture works with both open-source and proprietary controllers and can be integrated easily and rapidly using the northbound interfaces provided by most controllers. The support for established and industry-standard southbound interfaces such as Netconf and Openflow allows deployment with multivendor network infrastructure.

By reusing the powerful features already built into open-source controllers, the framework focuses on automating the regular, time-consuming tasks of service provisioning and device provisioning, thus reducing order to cash times from weeks to days, thereby reducing OPEX, and simultaneously increasing customer satisfaction.

Product Features

Altran Framework supports the following features

  • Network topology discovery
  • Intent-based service provisioning
  • Support for flexible service models
  • Easy integration with service orchestrators
  • Support for standard interfaces such as Netconf and Openflow towards network elements
  • Dynamic Topology support
  • Service protection
  • Dual homing
  • Alarm Management
  • Dynamic bandwidth management
  • Bandwidth calendaring
  • Network event logging
  • Management GUI

Product Benefits

The Altran SDN Domain Controller Framework:

  • Brings the power of SDN to several network segments including carrier, datacenter, enterprise, transport and utility networks
  • Improves network efficiency, programmability and agility
  • Harnesses SDN controllers like ONOS and Open Daylight
  • Builds the necessary service management components/applications, including path management, circuit management, fault management and configuration management
  • Can be integrated easily and rapidly using the North Bound Interfaces provided by most controllers
  • Works with both open source and proprietary controllers
  • Automate the time-consuming tasks of service provisioning and device provisioning
  • Reduces order-to-cash times from weeks to days, thereby reducing OPEX and increasing customer satisfaction
  • Provides REST APIs for integration with end to end service orchestrators or OSS/BSS platforms, as well as a GUI for human use
  • Supports established, industry-standard southbound interfaces such as Netconf and Openflow and allows deployment with multivendor network infrastructure
  • Is integrated with ONOS and Open Daylight controllers in different environments, and supports integration on other SDN controller platforms

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