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The LFN is hosting a half-day workshop at the Big Communications Event  
<https://tmt.knect365.com/big-communications-event/>(BCE) in Austin, Texas on 
Monday, May 14. The focus will be on open source and automation (see full 
abstract below). We are looking to include a presentation on ONAP, 
specifically, that touches on VNF onboarding, closed-loop automation, and how 
ONAP integrates with other projects to solve real-world problems.

If you are planning to attend BCE and are interested in joining the workshop as 
a speaker on behalf of ONAP, please contact Jill Lovato 
(jlov...@linuxfoundation.org <mailto:jlov...@linuxfoundation.org> (cc'd) 
Alternatively, if you are aware of a colleague or other community member who 
may be able to present, please also let us know.  

Many thanks in advance.

LFN & Open Source Network Automation: A Cross-Stack Approach
As service providers strive to reduce costs, drive innovation and increase 
network capacity, they are exploring the ways white box initiatives, cloud 
native application, virtualization, open source and SDN can be combined with 
data analytics to further network automation processes. Enabling automation is 
crucial to improving efficiency and eliminating human errors and manual process 
delays. As the industry moves forward, operators face a range of both 
opportunities ( faster e.g., faster time to market, increased resiliency)  and 
challenges (e.g., aligning the ecosystem and new technical paradigms). The 
newly-formed LF Networking structure harmonizes innovative groups of developers 
from a range of backgrounds and continues its strong relationships with other 
projects in the networking ecosystem. This workshop will specifically examine 
LFN’s collaborative approach to enabling automation across the networking 

Jill Lovato
Senior PR Manager 
The Linux Foundation
jlov...@linuxfoundation.org <mailto:jlov...@linuxfoundation.org> 
Skype: jill.lovato1
Phone: +1.503.703.8268

Best Regards, 

Kenny Paul, Technical Program Manager, The Linux Foundation
kp...@linuxfoundation.org, 510.766.5945
San Francisco Bay Area, Pacific Time Zone

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