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Wednesday, November 8
 

2:00pm PST

Behavior Driven Approach for realizing a Zero-Touch CORD

CORD's vision is to bring datacenter economics and agility to the Telco Central Office, that cloud providers like Amazon and Google enjoy today. CORD provides a complete POD architecture to host the telco workloads, it is scalable, it is agile. Aricent brings new ideas on service provisioning and service activation based on innovative workload behavior driven approach for zero touch provisioning and operation.  In other words, CORD needs a single-pane-window for rapid service introduction on top of XaaS Operating System (XOS), the model-based control plane of CORD.

Behavior Driven Development (BDD) approach provides natural language interface for zero-touch service introduction into CORD. With BDD, application is specified by describing how its "Behavior" should appear to the end user. Behaviors are “executable-specifications” expressed in plain text human readable-language like English. BDD helps the business and technology teams to collaborate and define their shared understanding of the application behaviors in a domain-independent language, thus making it very easy for rapidly introducing new service in CORD without bothering about the nitty-gritties of the low-level CORD architecture.

BDD along with Artificial Intelligence techniques like NLP (Natural Language Processing) and ML (machine-learning) based predictive-analytics modelling, will play a key role in CORD and provide a master orchestration layer on top of R-CORD, M-CORD, E-CORD & A-CORD for creating a complete zero-touch ecosystem for introduction of new services with speed and agility through a single-pane window.


Speakers
avatar for Subhankar Pal

Subhankar Pal

Director Technology, Aricent
Subhankar Pal is Director Technology in Aricent, a global design and engineering company, and has 17 years of professional experience in IT & Telecommunication industry. In Aricent he is part of technology office. His responsibilities include technology consulting, solution creation... Read More →


Wednesday November 8, 2017 2:00pm - 3:00pm PST
Room 101

3:00pm PST

Hands On: Developing and On-Boarding Services in CORD (1st session)
This is one of three identical hands on sessions about CORD services.  Seating in this session is intentionally kept at a certain size so that the core team can provide assistance to all attendees.  This same session is being run three times during the event so that people will be able to attend if one of the other sessions is full.

Abstract: This is a hands-on tutorial that gives attendees a chance to develop and on-board a CORD service. Starting with an installed configuration (on a virtual POD), attendees will first explore the deployed dashboards and containers. They will next write a model and synchronizer for a simple VNF, and then walk through the steps required to instantiate the service on the POD. Time permitting, attendees will also make simple modifications to other services running on the POD, working through common development loops in the process.


Wednesday November 8, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm PST
Room 101

4:15pm PST

Hands On: Developing and On-Boarding Services in CORD (1st session continued)
This is one of three identical hands on sessions about CORD services.  Seating in this session is intentionally kept at a certain size so that the core team can provide assistance to all attendees.  This same session is being run three times during the event so that people will be able to attend if one of the other sessions is full.

Abstract: This is a hands-on tutorial that gives attendees a chance to develop and on-board a CORD service. Starting with an installed configuration (on a virtual POD), attendees will first explore the deployed dashboards and containers. They will next write a model and synchronizer for a simple VNF, and then walk through the steps required to instantiate the service on the POD. Time permitting, attendees will also make simple modifications to other services running on the POD, working through common development loops in the process.


Wednesday November 8, 2017 4:15pm - 5:00pm PST
Room 101
 
Thursday, November 9
 

10:00am PST

Hands On: Developing and On-Boarding Services in CORD (2nd session)
This is one of three identical hands on sessions about CORD services.  Seating in this session is intentionally kept at a certain size so that the core team can provide assistance to all attendees.  This same session is being run three times during the event so that people will be able to attend if one of the other sessions is full.

Abstract: This is a hands-on tutorial that gives attendees a chance to develop and on-board a CORD service. Starting with an installed configuration (on a virtual POD), attendees will first explore the deployed dashboards and containers. They will next write a model and synchronizer for a simple VNF, and then walk through the steps required to instantiate the service on the POD. Time permitting, attendees will also make simple modifications to other services running on the POD, working through common development loops in the process.


Thursday November 9, 2017 10:00am - 10:45am PST
Room 101

11:15am PST

Hands On: Developing and On-Boarding Services in CORD (2nd session continued)
This is one of three identical hands on sessions about CORD services.  Seating in this session is intentionally kept at a certain size so that the core team can provide assistance to all attendees.  This same session is being run three times during the event so that people will be able to attend if one of the other sessions is full.

Abstract: This is a hands-on tutorial that gives attendees a chance to develop and on-board a CORD service. Starting with an installed configuration (on a virtual POD), attendees will first explore the deployed dashboards and containers. They will next write a model and synchronizer for a simple VNF, and then walk through the steps required to instantiate the service on the POD. Time permitting, attendees will also make simple modifications to other services running on the POD, working through common development loops in the process.


Thursday November 9, 2017 11:15am - 12:00pm PST
Room 101

2:00pm PST

Hands On: Developing and On-Boarding Services in CORD (3rd session)
This is one of three identical hands on sessions about CORD services.  Seating in this session is intentionally kept at a certain size so that the core team can provide assistance to all attendees.  This same session is being run three times during the event so that people will be able to attend if one of the other sessions is full.

Abstract: This is a hands-on tutorial that gives attendees a chance to develop and on-board a CORD service. Starting with an installed configuration (on a virtual POD), attendees will first explore the deployed dashboards and containers. They will next write a model and synchronizer for a simple VNF, and then walk through the steps required to instantiate the service on the POD. Time permitting, attendees will also make simple modifications to other services running on the POD, working through common development loops in the process.


Thursday November 9, 2017 2:00pm - 4:00pm PST
Room 101