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Telecoms.com: “ETSI plots the obsolescence of mankind with new Working Group”

By Dave Duggal January 16, 2018 Originally posted on LinkedIn Don't blame me for the article title. Perhaps it was tongue-in-cheek click-bait, but we are in the early stages of a once in a generation transformation in Telecom. Anyone actually

By |16 January 2018|blog, Loosely-Coupled|0 Comments

Of Moonshots, virtualization and zero-touch automation

January 8, 2018, Originally published on LinkedIn If Network Function Virtualization (NFV) is a proverbial "moonshot" to enable Communication Service Providers to transform into more competitive and agile Digital Service Providers, we should take a page out of NASA's book,

By |08 January 2018|blog, Loosely-Coupled|0 Comments

EnterpriseWeb Onboards a Virtualization Vet

Ray Le Maistre, International Group Editor, Light Reading Posted: 12/14/2017 http://www.lightreading.com/nfv/nfv-mano/enterpriseweb-onboards-a-virtualization-vet/d/d-id/739052   EnterpriseWeb may not be a new name amongst those in the NFV, telco cloud and OSS communities, but 2018 could be the year when it becomes a much

By |18 December 2017|News|0 Comments

NFV-pioneer EnterpriseWeb Expands Management Team with Networking Industry Veteran and Open-Source Community Leader Marc Cohn

Cohn signs on as Vice President of Product Management GLENS FALLS, NY, December 14, 2017 – EnterpriseWeb® (www.enterpriseweb.com), a software company, which offers Cloud-native middleware for smart, connected and adaptable applications, announced today that Marc Cohn has joined the company as

By |14 December 2017|News|0 Comments

Orchestration, Zero-Touch Automation, and the Complex Distributed Systems Problem: Part 1

Guest Post by Tom Nolle It’s pretty common in software projects to have project goals evolve as the project develops, something called “scope creep”. It’s a good thing to recognize the need for change before a project is completed, but

By |04 December 2017|blog, Loosely-Coupled|0 Comments

EnterpriseWeb Uses Metadata for VNF Onboarding

Linda Hardesty, Managing Editor, SDxCentral Posted: November 22, 2017, 9:05 am PT https://www.sdxcentral.com/articles/news/enterpriseweb-uses-metadata-vnf-onboarding/2017/11/   EnterpriseWeb is a New York-based software company that uses metadata to simplify the onboarding of virtual network functions (VNFs). The company recently on-boarded two VNFs from different

By |22 November 2017|News|0 Comments

Webinar: Zero-Touch Automation the EnterpriseWeb way

How a Metamodel can accelerate VNF onboarding, enable rapid prototyping of Network Services, support “network-aware” orchestration, and automate lifecycle management Tuesday, November 28th at 12:00 Noon Eastern Time (9:00 Pacific Time, 18:00 CET) Registration Link: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/8577686419291325442 Caroline Chappell, Principal Analyst

By |19 November 2017|Events, News|0 Comments

TelecomTV interview: “Zero-Touch Automation”, Dave Duggal, founder and CEO, EnterpriseWeb

Guy Daniels at TelecomTV Interviewed Dave at the Layer 123 SDN/NFV World Congress on October 11th, 2017. http://www.telecomtv.com/articles/network-innovation/domain-driven-automation-for-zero-touch-nfv-16112 Domain driven automation for Zero-Touch NFV One of the limitations of NFV is that it is only five years old and still

By |30 October 2017|News|0 Comments

EnterpriseWeb wins Network Transformation Award at Layer 123 event

October 11th, 2017 - The Hague, The Netherlands In the Hague – At the Layer 123 Gala Awards Dinner, EnterpriseWeb received a Network Transformation Award for “Interoperability”.     Since the inception of the Network Function Virtualization movement in Telecom,

By |30 October 2017|News|0 Comments

EnterpriseWeb: Under the Hood with Tom Nolle

Guest Post by Tom Nolle Automating a network services lifecycle involves fielding thousands or tens of thousands of events, managing thousands of traditional network devices, and deploying and sustaining thousands of virtualized network functions (VNFs). VNF “onboarding” alone has presented

By |05 October 2017|blog, Loosely-Coupled|0 Comments