- An open-source platform, hosted by The Linux Foundation
- Policy-driven orchestration and automation of physical and virtual network functions
The Open Network Automation Platform is a project hosted by The Linux Foundation that aims to automate the entire network.
ONAP is a platform above the infrastructure layer of a network, which automates it entirely. The platform allows operators and end-users to connect products & services throughout the infrastructure, deploy VNFs and scale the network in an automated manner.
ONAP, as a platform, can handle the complete lifecycle of a network, including onboarding, orchestration, control, inventory, policy & more. It aims to become an industry standard for network platform automation. ONAP has significant momentum, which PANTHEON.tech is proud to be part of.