I developed Gerty, sponsored by Swiss taxpayer money:

It allows you to execute jobs on routers, and these jobs can also be
service activation.
At the moment it's mostly used for collecting data from the network
via SNMP and SSH.

Also there's a database that can store all service information and its
relationship to physical hardware. but it lacks documentation.
Data model:
Hierarchical object database:
Perl client library:
Web GUI for data entry:

Also there's an integration of the above with monitoring systems and
data display.

lots of stuff to play around :)

just my 2 cents :)

On Fri, Apr 13, 2018 at 11:44 AM, Matthias Hertzog <m.hert...@mhs.ch> wrote:
> Hi folks!
> Not really network related, but provisioning-related, which is somehow
> network related as well... :-)
> What kind of OSS/BSS systems are you using in your companies?
> Self-developed? Purchased?
> I need these informations for internal use only, without any names. If you
> don't want to answer publicly, feel tree to e-mail me.
> To show openness in the topic: We use AGIS-OS at gga.ch (access services)
> and a self-developed solution at mhs.ch (hosting and access).
> Thanks & have a nice day,
> Matthias
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