At the Operations Transformation Forum, Huawei released CloudVPN Integration Service Solution. This solution resolves problems in enterprise leased line services that have affected carriers, such as slow provisioning, lack of services, and difficult operation. By integrating a variety of value-added services, combining cloud, leased line, and value-added services, operators can provide enterprises with one-stop CloudVPN. The solution can quickly meet enterprise ICT service needs. It effectively helps carriers increase revenue in the enterprise leased line market and achieves commercial success in the B2B market.
Faster: service delivery from 30 days to minutes level
Provisioning an enterprise leased line in the traditional way requires an average of 30 days; this length of time could not been match the rapid development of enterprise services. With the Huawei CloudVPN Integration Service Solution, carriers can complete resource orchestration and pre-deployment within 15 minutes. The devices are plug-and-play and automatically configured so that users need only to connect power and network cables to access all services, from basic Internet access to complex VPN services. The CloudVPN Solution is an effective approach to the cloud-based network service model.
The CloudVPN Integration Service Solution provides accurate network planning, help carriers speed time to market for the new service over the well-designed overlay network architecture. This solution can accurately identify the network bandwidth bottlenecks based on enterprise service prospects and optimize networks accordingly to ensure service quality.
More Agile: ICT resources unify orchestration, helps enterprises obtain cloud and network resource on-demand and in real time
With Huawei's microservice-oriented cloud platform, carriers can use the Online Studio GUI to quickly create CloudVPN services in a self-service manner. The Automated Operations Platform automatically parses service model and template information for service deployment, enabling a DevOps process. Multi-vendor ICT resource orchestration allows enterprises to obtain cloud and network resources on demand and in real time, shortening the service provisioning time to minutes. ICT resource orchestration also facilitates the development of easy-to-call APIs, which can be embedded in the applications of every industry to enrich the service ecosystem of carriers.
Richer：“VPN+VAS” provide a rich selection of services, support B2B market revenue growth
Traditional operator VPN line can only provide a limited market space, line + value added services business model can help operators to increase new revenue sources In the Cloud Open Labs, Huawei through third party value-added service pre-integration, providing rich value-added services, with industry vendors such as Fortinet, Check Point, Citrix, Infoblox and others, provide a rich selection in load balancing, security, WAN acceleration and IPAM.
At the press conference, Huawei awarded “Huawei Technical Certificates” to 10 partner companies, indicating that their products had passed Huawei interconnection and interoperability testing. This also demonstrates the new level that Huawei has reached in multi-vendor integration as well as innovation in the open ICT ecosystem.
Bruce Xun, Vice-President, Global Technical Service Dept. and President of Consulting and IT Integration Services of Huawei, who consider that "As enterprises move towards big data, we see a trend toward moving ICT services to the cloud. Beside traditional enterprise leased line services Enterprise need more value-added service, such as security, load balance etc.", At the same time, he also said that, "Networks are the basis for connections. The value-added services built on these connections represent competitive strength." With this in mind, Huawei intends to build open platforms and integrate the capabilities of industry partners, thereby helping carriers transition from pipe sales to more services sales and helping enterprises achieve commercial success in the B2B market.”
Bruce Xun, Vice-President, Global Technical Service Dept. and President of Consulting and IT Integration Services at Huawei
Huawei actively promotes open cooperation in the ICT field and has been a positive force in creating a collaborative, mutually beneficial ICT ecosystem including carriers, standards organizations, OTT content providers, and developers. In the future, Huawei intends to interconnect its Cloud Open Labs with leading test lab worldwide to create more mature testing for multi-vendor vertical integration. Through this testing, Huawei will create innovative, open, and decoupled solutions that quickly satisfy customer requirements and advance the commercial use of CloudVPN around the world.