Federos NCX

Federos NCX key features

Federos NCX provides automated, scheduled business services, which enables service driven network change in a manner which is agnostic to the underlying technology. The key benefits for this approach are as follows:

Service agility

Reduce human error

Vendor agnostic, support a multi-vendor infrastructure

Differentiated Catalog based services

Highly scalable and Extensible

Provide a clear migration path to SDN* / NFV*

Federos NCX working across NFV/SDN

Federos NCX delivers programmability across the physical, hybrid and NFV/SDN enabled network, as follows:

Traditional Physical Architecture Physical & Virtual Hybrid SDN/NFV Enabled Network
Manual Process with Heavy Customisation Physical Architecture and few Virtual Services (ex: VDI) Semi-Elastic Deployments Programmable Infrastructure with all Virtual Services
Device-Centric Operations Service Centric Operations Completely Elastic
Requires manual provisioning Requires Service Chaining Application Centric Deployment

Primary Drivers for Federos NCX

  • Automation of Network as a Service achieving faster TTM (Time To Market) and innovation
  • Standards based and vendor agnostic;
  • Supports a phased approach towards NFV and SDN;
  • Suitable for high volume/frequency operations, reducing the risk of human error;
  • Enables a multi-tenant self-service model;
  • Define Service Catalogues and Service Chaining;
  • Provide an audit trail and compliance for change management, including rollback.

* Software Defined Networks (SDN) / Network Functions Visualisation (NFV)

Additional Federos Modules

All Federos Apps delivered within a Federos Module are able to be added to the same dashboard to provide a holistic view that dynamically displays related information across systems. click an integration logo below to view latest module information and features, and apps available

All registered trademarks are recognised and remain the property of the respective owners.

Federos NCX

The Federos NCX Module leverages the data modeling language Yet Another Next Generation (YANG), data models and RESTCONF API, to help define data to drive Network service Automation & Orchestration for the Data Centre, Campus, Branch, Mobile Backhaul & Mobile Packet Core.