A technical overview of the building blocks of TM Forum’s Open Digital Architecture (ODA).
ODA-compliant components are interoperable software building blocks that run service provider businesses, enabling the industry to invest in IT for new and differentiated services instead of maintaining customized legacy code and interfaces.
Open Digital Architecture is a blueprint for modular, cloud-based, open digital platforms that can be orchestrated using AI.
This multi-module training course is designed to provide attendees with all the basic concepts of ODA components and why TM Forum is developing them.
Duration: Self-paced / 1 day
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To provide an awareness of why the industry is moving to microservices based architectures, what this means, how this relates to our industry’s software deployments and why TM Forum members think it’s important. After attending this course, students will be able to understand the concept, the jargon, the business drivers, and the overall objectives of introducing and using ODA Components.
- Module 1 Introduction to the Open Digital Framework and ODA Components
- Module 2 The move to microservices & the ODA
- Module 3 The structure of ODA Components
- Module 4 ODA Components – models & interactions
- Module 5 Development & implementation challenges
- Module 6 Summary and next steps
Who should attend?
This course is suitable for:
- Software developers, Enterprise Architects, SOA Architects, Solutions Architects
- Project Managers, Business Analysts
- Anyone involved in managing or developing telecoms software
- Those that are not already directly involved in ODA component development or are starting to learn more details with the aim of developing the ODA components
A course attendance certificate is issued on satisfactory completion of the course. There is a knowledge certification exam also associated with the course material, which is part of the ODA Component Skill Path. Find out more here.