The evolution of ODA
How to use ODA
The real power of ODA is unleashed when users combine all of its various assets into creating solutions that solve real-world bussiness problems. Watch the video from Andy Tiller, TM Forum's VP of Product and Services explaining 'How to succeed with ODA'.
To discover more about how to combine ODA assets can be found in the step by step guides of the Playbooks and Toolkits or for further insperation, by investigating some of our member use cases in the 'How to use ODA using Open APIs' (IG1228) document.
Improve your skills through Training and Accreditation
Further your knowledge base or certify your current Open API implementations. TM Forum is here to support our members become more efficient and productive.
TM Forum training equips you with the essential know-how to revamp telecom operations, systems, and services using Open Digital Architecture (ODA) industry standards.
Staying ahead in the telecoms' fast-paced digital landscape requires the expertise to execute IT and network transformation seamlessly. Our training provides a clear roadmap to ensure you can leverage industry best practices to achieve this efficiently.
Independently verify and certify how well your business processes, information models or Open APIs align with the defined industry standards.
Companies who achieve Conformance Certification for their products and solutions can formally demonstrate their conformance with supporting evidence.
ODA Component Directory
Welcome to the ODA Component Directory, a place for buyers to find software providers of Open Digital Architecture components. ODA components are the software building blocks of a cloud native digital service provider’s network and IT systems, designed for plug-and-play interoperability in a standardized deployment environment (the ODA canvas). ODA component specifications are under active development by the TM Forum member community.
The ODA Component Directory, based on functional mappings of TM Forum members’ commercial software products to v6 of the ODA Component Inventory (published in December 2022). We recommend viewing the ODA Component Directory with a Chrome browser.