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NFV Reference Lab implements the reference network virtualisation architecture under standardisation at ETSI’s NFV ISG which provide a practical setup for homogeneous testing and operation of network virtualisation technologies. 

The NFV Reference Lab hosts an agnostic reference architecture available for:

  • Validation and certification of virtualised network functions that Telefónica intends to acquire or evaluate.
  • Validation and certification of NFV resource management modules (NFVO, VNFMs, etc.)

This approach grants the reliability and portability of the solutions under evaluation across operations in the target open multi-vendor environment. The reference lab is physically located in Madrid at TI+D/GCTO’s labs.

 

Open Source MANO (OSM) Collaboration

Open Source MANO has been created under the umbrella of ETSI in 2016 and it is an operator-led community to meet the requirements of production NFV networks such as a common Information Model (IM) that has been defined, implemented and released in open source software.

OSM’s project scope covers both Resource and Service Orchestration to allow automated deployment and interconnection of all components, both for NFV network scenarios and the management of Network Service Life Cycles.

Telefónica collaborates with this initiative since its launching, both presiding as contributing code through its OpenMANO project created under the NFV Reference Lab.

More information about OSM

 

OpenMANO

OpenMANO provides a highly functional framework pioneering the first open source NFV Orchestration and Management stack.

The orchestration stack is a key component of Telefónica’s NFV Reference Lab and has been released in the open community to keep its continuous functional evolution.

OpenMANO is available under Apache 2 License

View more details about OpenMANO

 

Demos, White Papers and conferences

Keynote Open Source MANO (OSM): accelerating NFV adoption with an Open Reference for orchestration, April 2015

Conference Learnings from Telefónica´s NFV Reference Lab April 2015

Webinar Introducing OSM – Open Source MANO for NFV April 2015

Conference Lowering Entry barriers with NFV Orchestration, Oct 2015

Conference Broadening the application of NFV intro new domains: IETF and 5G, Oct 2015

Tutorial NFV Workshop - Building a local development environment with OpenMANOJun 2015

Tutorial OpenMANO installation configuration and tips in Ubuntu Server 14.04 and CentOS 7.1, Jun 2015

Conference Architecting for e2e performanceMay 2015

Conference The Latest from Telefónica’s NFV Reference Lab & OpenMANO, May 2015

Tutorial NFV scenario creation and deployment with OpenManoApr 2015

Presentations (Training Course on NFV)  Presentaciones taller NFV

Demo “End-to-End Network Function Virtualization Architecture” at MWC 2015

Demo “NFV Reference Platform”  at SDN & Open Flow World Congress 2014

 

Partners and collaborations

Telefónica at Intel Network Builders

Telefónica is an ONF Member

 

Press Releases

Telefónica joins 22 service providers and solution vendors to create global Open Source MANO (OSM) Community Feb 2016

Telefonica Successfully Completes ZTE vIMS and vSBC Performance Test in Telefonica NFV Reference Lab Dec 2015

Telefónica NFV reference lab releases OpenMANO NFV orchestration stack Mar 2015

Telefónica awarded with Network Intelligence Awards 2015 at MWC by its NFV Reference Lab Mar 2015

Telefónica collaborates with Brocade, Cyan, Intel and Red Hat to showcase an orchestrated End-to-End Network Function Virtualization Architecture Mar 2015

Telefónica and NEC showcase first use case of automated deployment over NFV Platform on Intel-based Technologies  Oct 2014

Telefonica and Brocade Establish Benchmarks for NFV Deployment and Performance in Joint Reference Lab Tests. Aug 2014.

Telefónica to work with Red Hat and Intel to set the ground for next-generation telecommunications virtualized network services. May 2014.

Cyan Collaborates with Telefónica and Red Hat to Build Deterministic NFV Architecture. May 2014.