Vancouver, BC
May 21-24, 2018

Event Details

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Artificial Intelligence driven Orchestration, Challenges and Opportunities

As Cloud and SDN technologies mature, small and large service providers around the world are developing their strategy for E2E Service Orchestration. This talk will share the journey of operationalizing service orchestration platform from developing evaluation criteria (open source/commercial vendors) to architectural considerations in chaos of multi-vendor, multi domain hybrid cloud ecosystem. We will share key learnings from ONAP PoCs using closed loop orchestration use-cases with real-time and AI/ML predictive analytics to drive policy decisions and express the desired state of ONAP policy engine.We will peek into telecom service providers’ future of automation and orchestration driven by AI and ML to optimize cloud/network resource management, enhance security, drive better customer experience creating new business opportunities towards future services landscape.


What can I expect to learn?

Architects, product owners and managers from Service Providers seeking guidance in developing strategy around E2E Service Orchestration. Audience are expected to develop insights on how to evaluate open source/commercial vendor solutions, how to plan PoCs and what can thy learn from ONAP. They will develop interest in ONAP Policy Engine and CLAMP project and how different closed-loop use-cases can help service providers improve resource management in data centers, security or drive better customer experience through predictive analytics using AI and machine learning.

Thursday, May 24, 9:50am-10:30am(UTC -5)
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
TELUS Communications Inc, Senior Architect, E2E Service Orchestration
Sana Tariq is a member of TELUS team acting as senior architectect for E2E Service Orchestration. Sana earned her doctoral degree in Computer Science specializing in optical communications, cloud computing, and software defined networking from University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL in 2014. She was awarded US Fulbright scholarship and CREOL fellowship.   Before joining TELUS, Sana... FULL PROFILE