use cases

Providing service providers a testing ground for new NFV concepts and use cases, evaluating operational implications with our partners.


SD-WAN combined with NFV Orchestration enables service providers to significantly increase their offerings to business customers.

SD-WAN is the foundation of next generation enterprise connectivity. Service providers who wish to offer competitive SD-WAN services are overlaying value-added services which rely on the deployment of VNFs at the uCPE or the data center. Managing SD-WAN together with VNFs such as firewall, WAN optimization, URL filtering, anti DDoS etc, requires multi-domain, multi-vendor orchestration for end-to-end lifecycle management of VNFs and services.

Amdocs has partnered with a number of SD-WAN vendors to enable and support a wide range of use cases.

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Amdocs Cloud-Fusion optimizes hybrid cloud for business connectivity and cloud services

Orchestrates access to Microsoft Azure cloud services marketplace via secure telco networks to provide secure, reliable and economical cloud services for enterprises and SMBs, optimized for business critical applications & workloads.

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Enterprise connectivity and security services

Virtual customer premise equipment (vCPE).

Orchestrating a full service chaining of an end-to-end security service, typical to enterprise customers: firewall, network connectivity and VPN creation.

Pre-integrated, end-to-end solution for vCPE-based services

A first step to commercializing NFV through orchestration of end-to-end enterprise services with multi-domain service chaining for any network topology – hybrid networks with centralized and/or distributed vCPE.

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Virtual Mobile Core (vIMS) and Enterprise Voice Recording

Automatic end-to-end fulfillment of a call recording service triggered by a customer order via a self-service portal. The sizing of the IMS core network is automatically calculated according to the specific order parameters.

Dynamic core network

Evolved packet core (vEPC).

Expand network capacity to meet increasing demand (e.g. from new IOT services). Instantiate required network functions and operate it end-to-end: manage, monitor, dynamically scale and auto-heal.