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Mobile NFV Management Framework


Telecom operators worldwide are gearing up to invest significantly in software defined networking (SDN), virtualization hardware and data center equipment to build scalable and flexible networks.

Service providers and Enterprises require a solution that can help them manage operations from consulting to design and development to maintenance.

TCS Advantage

TCS’ Mobile NFV Management Framework introduces mobility and flexibility in critical operations management anytime, anywhere on the OpenStack or Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® OpenStack Platform.

Solutions We Offer

The framework monitors the use of resources (in data centers) and key performance indicators in the virtualized environment, facilitating lab infrastructure management. It offers capabilities to remotely enable and approve OpenStack business processes—vertical and horizontal scaling, and inter- and intra-data center virtual machine migration, to support the enterprise and its service providers. 
The framework allows DevOps and release management users to develop a virtual workspace for remote collaboration and continuous integration and development (CI/CD).


By choosing TCS' framework, you benefit from:

  • Access anytime, anywhere: The framework allows the execution of critical operations on the go
  • Remote management: It also allows the remote execution of OpenStack services with Nova APIs, promoting quick decision making for seamless migrations with third party tools
  • Customizable dashboards for OpenStack: The framework offers widgets-based user dashboards which can be easily configured
  • Flexibility: The offering includes an extendable framework which enables interoperability with open source, licensed, or third-party collaboration tools via representational state transfer (REST) APIs.


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