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New SONATA blog post!

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In this blog post we talk about about the SONATA Self-service.

The demand for virtualized versions of the network functions has increased and that the support for automating the deployment of these services on virtualized or even containerized infrastructure is needed in order to meet this demand.

SONATA facilitates the management and orchestration of the deployed services and functions through the use of plugins called Service Specific Managers (SSMs) and Function Specific Managers (FSMs).

Would you like to know more about "Network service adaptation"? Read our latest blog post!

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The SDN revolution is shaking up the network infrastructure, but the complexity of the network services is growing up alongside though.

The new required characteristics of network services open new challenges and highlight the necessity of autonomous service adaptation. This adaptation must happen, not only at the application level (as in the IaaS context), but also at the network and network function levels. In the 5G vision, the service must continuously and automatically recomposed itself, as it needs to match the current or incoming context.

Last issue of SONATA Newsletter out!

We celebrate SONATA´s second anniversary with a new issue of the project newsletter. This issue provides an update of the main achievements of the project during its second year of life, from software releases to deliverables published or communication and dissemination activities.

Don´t miss it at the link bellow!

Remember that you can also subscribe our newsletter any time. We provide the link too!

Lipari Summer School on Network programmability: Emerging methodologies, technologies, and applications

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A few days ago, a Summer School on Network programmability, Emerging methodologies, technologies, and applications, took place in Lipari, Aeolian islands, Italy.

Goal of the summer school was to provide a comprehensive overview of the emerging methodologies and technologies for network programmability and their impact on modern application scenarios, as well as identify and address major open issues and challenges behind the current network softwarisation trend.

New project presentation available!

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A International Summer School on Latency Control for Internet of Services took place in Karlstad (Sweden) from the 26th to the 30th of June 2017.

The summer school schedule comprised frontal lectures, tutorials and hands-on sessions in Lab Rooms, in order to provide the students with an introduction to a variety of hot topics in this field and allow the students to gain concrete experience with selected methodologies and programming technologies.

July blog post is out!

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One of the important issues to be addressed in the new era of 5G service management is related to network and service monitoring. The existing monitoring tools today do not achieve to satisfy the requirements stemming from the services envisioned in the 5G landscape.

If you want to know how SONATA is addressing this, you have to read our new blog post "Addressing Network and Service Monitoring Challenges in the 5G landscape". Don´t miss it!

Don´t miss our short video on the SONATA BSS!

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If you like to know more about the SONATA BSS (Business Support System), watch the short video we just uploaded to the project YouTube channel.

This video shows the main functionalities of the SONATA BSS, as well as the latest updates performed. We hope it is of your interest!

Do not hesitate contact us if you have comments or if you would like to know more about it.

SONATA at the IEEE 5G Thessaloniki Summit last week

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The IEEE 5G Greece Summit is part of a successful series of 5G Summits that have been held since 2015 in America, Asia and Europe, and will contribute to continuous provision of a platform for the industry leaders, innovators, and researchers from the industry and academic community to collaborate and exchange ideas in this emerging technology that may help in driving the standards and rapid deployment.

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