Network Orchestration

The Network Automation and Orchestration market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 19.5% to reach USD27 billion by 2025. Network orchestration aids a firm in providing its clients with maximum services while cutting expenses. Alongside the rise in the adoption of cloud services, server virtualization and data centers consolidation, the demands of a more streamlined network has fairly increased.  

Network orchestration refers to the automated arrangement, coordination, and management of network resources, virtual network infrastructure and services using software tools and application programming interfaces (APIs). 

The primary goal of network orchestration is to streamline network operations, reduce operational costs, and improve network agility and efficiency by automating routine tasks such as provisioning, configuration, and scaling. This can be achieved through the use of software-defined networking (SDN) technologies and network function virtualization (NFV) that enable the creation of a programmable, flexible, and scalable network infrastructure. 

Some of the benefits of network orchestration include:  

  • Faster service delivery,  
  • Reduced downtime,  
  • Improved network performance and availability,  
  • Better resource utilization. 

 It also enables network administrators to manage and monitor network resources and services from a central location, making it easier to identify and troubleshoot network issues. Overall, network orchestration plays a critical role in enabling organizations to deliver reliable and scalable network services that meet the needs of their customers and users. 

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