How CSE Unlocks Enterprise Modernization with standard-based automation & public cloud
Our team at Computer Solutions East is primarily offering conventional managed networking services for telco and business services. However, in response to business demands and accelerated growth, the company aims to enrich its portfolio by providing innovative managed networking services such as wide-scale, WAN optimization, security, UTM, and other highly versatile and scalable cloud-based network services.
One thing about growing beyond conventional networking networks. Taking any preliminary steps is another. And then having the vision of fully supporting an open, standard-based, cloud-powered service and network automation framework to speed up new creative services.
CSE operates within the scope of cloud-based network services and provides global coverage and high performance. The standard-based automation work towards delivering content connectivity that supports clients worldwide regardless of geographical boundaries. Enterprise also chose to get hold of cloud managed services provider that landmarks the deployment to integrate software-defined automation. The 212 MHz G.fast fiber extension technology is available in every region globally, making it easier for CSE experts to replicate the solution. The challenging task is to deploy fiber to any home within the enterprise environment using the G.fast.
Businesses are trying to modernize and turn their network infrastructure into a practical, scalable, virtualized platform that enables it to deliver ‘intelligent networking’ and value-added services rapidly and efficiently. To speed up the market and to offer and monetize a new range of services effectively, CSE opted to simplify and automate the management process for service life cycles. CSE also provides the features network automation platform on the Microsoft Azure public cloud to support this transformation. Our managed services’ essential purpose is to implement a framework to coordinate and control SD-WAN and other virtual network services, utilizing the flexible architecture of Azure.
It is also critical to consider the cost and complexity of cloud implementation, which can be resolved by software-defined access. It allows total flexibility, zero-touch provisioning, improved quality assurance, and streamlined control of the resulting hybrid GPON-G.fast and traditional virtual network.
And this is key: allowing operators to migrate their operations seamlessly to the cloud, adding value incrementally while retaining control over existing network services. The vendor-agnostic platform is at the core of any cloud-based network service. It lets any broadband operator map out how free, even customizable, APIs can obtain a full and rich collection of automation capabilities. The cloud technology models also consider the business’s ability to automate all SDN native, disaggregated, and conventional access networks while benefiting from the advanced functionality. It is done so to prevent high upfront capital expenses or fork-lifting of entire systems.
The automation platform’s openness and modularity were crucial for enabling rapid and comfortable support for an incremental set of managed networking services offerings over time. At the same time, it enables the introduction and delivery of new network services – whether based on physical, virtual, or cloud functions – with a much lower impact on network management systems and costs. Yet, there was no end to the CSE’s creative strategy. The businesses deployed an SD-WAN solution and associated virtual network functions on the Microsoft Azure public cloud to cut time to market and minimize CAPEX costs. This made it possible for CSE to benefit from a highly agile and scalable infrastructure, thus accelerating the time-to-market of its virtual network services under management. Such an approach helps them quickly identify, launch, fulfill, operate, and ensure new products that integrate organic capabilities (e.g., connectivity) with ecosystem components, thus simplifying the complexities of operations, thereby maximizing their value, role, and ability to provide their customers with modern services.
It always uses the service and network automation approach that leverages cloud service modeling practices and Open APIs that help managed networking services orchestration. All in conjunction with public cloud infrastructure will allow service providers such as CSE to become agile and deliver new virtual and cloud networks that are programmable and software-driven.