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Work item: Y.3MO
Status: Under study 
Approval process: AAP
Type of work item: Recommendation
Version: New
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Equivalent number: -
Timing: 2020-03 (High priority)
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Subject/title: Requirements and Architectural Framework of Multi-layer, Multi-Domain, Multi-Technology Orchestration for SDN (3MO)
Summary: The scope of this Recommendation is to address requirements and architectural aspects of multi-layer, multi-domain, and multi-technology orchestration in large-scale SDN networks. Multi-layer, multi-domain, and multi-technology orchestration function addresses the following aspects: - To support orchestration of multiple layers of SDN networks orchestrators. For example, orchestration among packet SDN network and underlying transport SDN network orchestrators - To support orchestration of multiple domain orchestrators. For example, orchestration among cloud data center SDN network, access SDN network, and core SDN network domains orchestrators - To support orchestration of multiple technology orchestrators. For example, orchestration among wireless & wireline access SDN network, mobile fronthaul/backhaul SDN network, mobile core SDN network, fixed core SDN network technologies orchestrators To address such issues, this Recommendation specifies high-level and functional requirements, architectural framework, reference points, and procedures which enable orchestration of multi-layer, domain, and technology orchestrators for large-scale SDN networks. Note that orchestration of virtual functions and cloud compute resources are out of the scope of this Recommendation. However, our orchestration function can interwork with them cooperatively to achieve end-to-end service orchestration.
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