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ソートリーダーシップカウンシル:オープンソース、オートメーションは仮想化への道を緩和しない

Thought Leadership Council: Open Source, Automation Not Easing Path to Virtualization

発行 Heavy Reading 商品コード 681304
出版日 ページ情報 英文 11 Pages
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ソートリーダーシップカウンシル:オープンソース、オートメーションは仮想化への道を緩和しない Thought Leadership Council: Open Source, Automation Not Easing Path to Virtualization
出版日: 2018年08月03日 ページ情報: 英文 11 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、通信会社向けビリングベンダーとそのCSP顧客が直面する課題とその対応について調査し、ビリングベンダー市場とその参入企業の構造、OTT企業との競合を含めて主な課題の評価、新たなデジタルサービス、5GおよびIoTへの対応、仮想化とクラウドの役割、ビリングシステムの普及とコンバージェンス、および新しい多様な提携の登場、および主要なビリングベンダー7社のプロファイルなどについてまとめています。

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第2章 仮想化への見解

  • 図表1:ネットワークおよびサービスオートメーションに対する貴社の態度は?
  • 図表2:物理・仮想資源の双方を含むサービスのオーケストレーションを自動化する方法とは?
  • 図表3:貴社において、仮想化ネットワークを収益化する方法はどの段階で決定しているか?

第3章 セキュリティの吟味

  • 図表4:オープンソースおよびセキュリティオートメーションの展開に対する貴社の態度は?
  • 図表5:貴社における完全に自動化された、ポリシー主導のセキュリティ施行モデルの実施はいつになるか?

第4章 エッジの調査

  • 図表6:貴社がMECを実行するのはいつになると予測されるか?
  • 図表7:貴社において以下の領域でMECはどれぼど重要か?
  • 図表8:貴社において以下のリソースをエッジへ展開する予定は?
  • 図表9:以下のリソースをエッジへ近づけることについて、貴社はどの程度の懸念を抱いているのか?
  • 仮想化・エッジへのリソース移動の結果としての分散型リソースの管理において貴社が直面する最大の経営上の課題は何か?

用語

目次

The message from service providers participating in the survey for this month's Thought Leadership Council (TLC) is clear: They're on the road to virtualization, but it's neither a certain path nor one that is necessarily being made easier to traverse through automation.

The overwhelming majority of communications service providers (CSPs) admit they're uncertain how they'll automate the orchestration of services with both physical and virtual resources. Nevertheless, of all available options to do so, none of the CSPs on this month's panel have plans to incorporate Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP) or Open Source MANO (OSM).

Panelists were almost equally divided in their attitudes toward open source and security automation. About 40 percent of CSPs say their companies consider open source and the deployment of security automation critical for ensuring the interoperability of automated solutions from best-of-breed vendors. The same number of CSPs say it's important, but not critical, to integrate open-source solutions for first-wave commercial deployments. However, the remaining panelists say deploying security automation isn't important at all because mass adoption of open source won't occur for several years.

The focus group covered in Thought Leadership Council: Open Source, Automation Not Easing Path to Virtualization was asked 10 questions about virtualization, security and multi-access edge computing (MEC) in relation to automation. The results clearly indicate that CSPs are frustrated with certain aspects of automation, especially as it relates to open source, but are continuing to develop plans for virtualization.

TLC members were asked about their company's attitudes toward network and service automation. Results are shown in the following excerpt. Almost half of panelists, 46 percent, said they can't keep up with the overwhelming number of competing open-source and standards initiatives. Just more than 30 percent of TLC members believe that no single organization can develop something upon which the entire industry can agree.

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Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARU

  • Key Findings
  • About the Thought Leadership Council

2. VIEWS ON VIRTUALIZATION

  • Figure 1: What is your company's attitude toward network and service automation?
  • Figure 2: How will you automate the orchestration of services that include both physical and virtual resources?
  • Figure 3: At what stage is your company in determining how to monetize its virtualized network?

3. SUSSING OUT SECURITY

  • Figure 4: What is your company's attitude toward open source and the deployment of security automation?
  • Figure 5: When does your company expect to implement a fully automated, policy-driven security enforcement model?

4. EXAMINING THE EDGE

  • Figure 6: When does your company expect to implement MEC?
  • Figure 7: How important is MEC to the following areas within your company?
  • Figure 8: When does your company plan to deploy the following resources to the edge?
  • Figure 9: What level of concern will your company feel about moving the following resources closer to the edge?
  • What are the biggest operational challenges your company faces for managing distributed resources as a result of virtualization and resources moving to the edge?

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