Cisco Adds Layering To Network Services Orchestrator Technology
Neworking giant Cisco took advantage of the Mobile World Congress (MWC 2017) event in Barcelona this week to announce a new feature for its Network Services Orchestrator (NSO) technology. The feature, known as Layered Services Architecture (LSA), is designed to increase horizontal scalability and performance on the company’s service orchestration platform.
The goal of LSA is to give providers the ability to manage as many as 1 million devices connected to a single network at once, according to the company.
“As service providers look towards demands of cloud-scale networking, their legacy management tools and process are stretched to a breaking point of scalability and complexity,” the company said in a statement. “Cisco NSO with LSA gives service providers the capability to manage over one million devices in their networks.”