News

News

  • Release 2019.1
    We have just released version 2019.1 of the Inmanta Orchestrator. The most exciting new feature is the separation of repairing the infrastructure and deploying changes. Up till now, both processes were always performed. This ensured that when a deploy finished, the entire infrastructure was in the […]
  • Join Inmanta at MWC19
    Visit Inmanta at MWC19 in Barcelona MWC19 is where over 100,000 of the tech industry’s innovators and influencers will gather to explore how Intelligent Connectivity driven by 5G and AI will shape the future of our digital experiences, our industry, and our world. Extensive automation and […]
  • Inmanta and Eurofiber PoC Showcase at MEF18Eurofiber & Inmanta showcase innovative solution for end-to-end network orchestration of E-LAN at MEF18
    Los Angeles, October 29, 2018 – Eurofiber, the largest open network provider in the Benelux region, and Inmanta, the KU Leuven University spin-off, will be demonstrating their joint Proof of Concept (POC) for LSO network interoperability in the USA this week. The POC, involving automated delivery […]

Technical news

  • Release 2019.1
    We have just released version 2019.1 of the Inmanta Orchestrator. The most exciting new feature is the separation of repairing the infrastructure and deploying changes. Up till now, both processes were always performed. This ensured that when a deploy finished, the entire infrastructure was in the […]
  • The Twin Peaks model by Nuseibeh (http://oro.open.ac.uk/2213/1/00910904.pdf)Software architecture is key for SDN/NFV adoption
    The last few weeks I’ve read several articles stating that telecom operators are losing their initial rush of excitement about SDN and NFV. Reality is catching up the nice promises. There are several causes for this, but in this post I’ll focus on a specific one that I have been […]
  • OpenvSwitchService chaining with NSH and Open vSwitch
    Service chaining is a hot topic in the SDN/NFV world. Service chaining is a simple concept but it requires many moving parts. Most SDN solutions use their own technology for chaining network services. The challenge in service chaining is knowing where in the chain a function is located and where […]