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SlideshowSDOs Do-Si-Do in Dallas

Clearly a Thrilling Moment in Dallas
The engaging group led by MEF's Rami Yaron (left) included (L to R), Rick Schell, Open Cloud Compute; Thinh Nguyenphu, ETSI NFV ISG; James Kim, CableLabs; Pascal Menezes, ONF; and Ken Dilbeck, TM Forum.
The engaging group led by MEF's Rami Yaron (left) included (L to R), Rick Schell, Open Cloud Compute; Thinh Nguyenphu, ETSI NFV ISG; James Kim, CableLabs; Pascal Menezes, ONF; and Ken Dilbeck, TM Forum.

Ariella 11/23/2015 | 2:16:59 PM
Re: Do-Si-Do Got it, so a certain amount of vagueness doesn't have to hold things back.
cnwedit 11/23/2015 | 2:15:06 PM
Re: Do-Si-Do
No, but I don't think that's  priority as much as deciding whether - and how - to develop a common information model. Orchestration is likely to remain a generic term, whereas a CIM will have necessary specifics. 
Ariella 11/23/2015 | 1:12:52 PM
Re: Do-Si-Do Do you think it possible to reach agreement on what orchestration means going forward?
cnwedit 11/23/2015 | 9:21:57 AM
Re: Do-Si-Do There is likely to be much to report on this front - these folks are all very active and very serious about getting stuff done and pushing forward. 

I think there is general recognition that the standards pace of the past is meaningless today. 
DHagar 11/20/2015 | 6:45:16 PM
Re: Do-Si-Do Carol, great report on an important topic.  It sounds as if it is Do-No-Do - I like your analogy!

As you point out, the problem is you cannot create something new that fits the needed industry standard if your starting point is always where you are!  I believe it will require an industry-wide design and/or collaboration as you earlier pointed out.  (Note:  I believe you had identified a group that was advancing some promising standards?)

Not easy to do but greatly needed.  I look forward to your continued reporting.
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