5G networks evolution is tightly bounded with the need to support vertical industries network performance and operating requirements. Such an objective is associated with a set of challenges related mainly to the provision of frameworks that can tackle aspects related to the various 5G stakeholders (e.g. software developers, application/service providers, telecom/infrastructure providers), without imposing strict requirements on their collaboration terms. Towards this direction, in the current manuscript, we detail a novel holistic framework tackling the overall lifecycle of 5G-ready applications design, development, deployment and orchestration over application-aware network slices. Separation of concerns among the related stakeholders per layer of the proposed architecture regards one of the basic considered principles.

Separation of concerns among application and network services orchestration in a 5G ecosystem

R. Bruschi;F. Davoli;
2018

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5G networks evolution is tightly bounded with the need to support vertical industries network performance and operating requirements. Such an objective is associated with a set of challenges related mainly to the provision of frameworks that can tackle aspects related to the various 5G stakeholders (e.g. software developers, application/service providers, telecom/infrastructure providers), without imposing strict requirements on their collaboration terms. Towards this direction, in the current manuscript, we detail a novel holistic framework tackling the overall lifecycle of 5G-ready applications design, development, deployment and orchestration over application-aware network slices. Separation of concerns among the related stakeholders per layer of the proposed architecture regards one of the basic considered principles.
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