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Title: Diseño de un sistema de aprovisionamiento automático de redes (Zero Touch Provisioning)
Author: Esteban Oleaga, Iñigo
Director: Vilajosana i Guillén, Xavier
Tutor: López Vicario, José
Keywords: NetOps
ZTP
automation
networks
Issue Date: Jun-2019
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: For years now, there are several automation and orchestration tools in the market focused on server farm environments, where it makes sense to manage multiple servers in a way that avoids having to go machine by machine making configurations. However, until now, the use of these tools to manage enterprise network environments has not been justified. The truth is that business networks are increasingly more complex and involve having a high number of devices that must be provisioned. This need has caused the telecommunications engineers to think about the way in which these devices are managed and to think about solutions focused on the automation of telecommunications networks. The networking enviroment is full of repetitive configurations that are usually made by hand whenever the need arises. The philosophy that drives automation and orchestration is that it is worth investing more time in engineering than in applying the same configurations over and over again. Today there are several solutions focused on the automation of server environments such as Chef, Puppet or Ansible. Some of these solutions have already begun to take certain steps towards network automation. The main objective of the project would be, precisely, to analyze the available solutions for the automation of networks and to design a solution that could be useful in business environments.
Language: Spanish
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/94886
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