Monthly Archives: April 2014

More on the Webinar and ExperiaSphere Q&A Process

We’re heading into our second round of briefings on the new ExperiaSphere model, and I want to let everyone know how the later rounds are going to work, as well as how I’m going to handle Q&A.  I want to … Continue reading

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Next Round of ExperiaSphere Webinars

Our first group of webinars on our ExperiaSphere open-source-driven approach to orchestration and management for the cloud, SDN, and NFV have been fully subscribed so please don’t send us any other applications.  We are scheduling our next round for the … Continue reading

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Some Structural Insights and a Progress Report

If I’m to have any hope of creating an open architecture for management and orchestration that satisfies the carriers’ goals for SDN, NFV, and the cloud, then I clearly have to start with what those goals are.  The Virtuous Trio, … Continue reading

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CloudNFV Transitions

Ben Franklin said, in describing the challenges of reaching a consensus on the wording of the Declaration of Independence, that it was hard to get “13 clocks to chime at the same time”.  That notion fits the challenges of managing … Continue reading

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What To Expect from the “New ExperiaSphere”

If you’re reading this you probably read my personal CIMI Corporation blog, and if you do then you know how important I think a single model for orchestration, operationalization, and management of SDN, NFV, the cloud, and legacy infrastructure is … Continue reading

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