x:akta is an authentic SOA product based on advanced industry standards. x:akta is built on the .NET framework and uses web-services for all its client-server communication. The same set of web services are used for platform independent integration. x:akta leverages the latest technologies from Microsoft and Oracle and includes superior internal tools for data input/output and reliable migration.
x:akta is deployed on scalable, high performing, high available and cost effective server farms. It is configured for mission critical level load balancing and fail over made enabled by the stateless x:akta server layer.
x:akta is deployed on private and public clouds. A single farm may support multiple target systems.
x:akta uses smart clients enabled by Microsoft .NET ClickOnce for centralized client deployment and ease of maintainability.
All Aktavara software is aligned with the most advanced functional and architectural standards as currently defined by the Telemanagement Forum.
Aktavara supports Frameworx (previously NGOSS) interoperability based on Contracts and Components. This structure permeates the concept of Frameworx Lifecycle, relating Business to Operations and providing traceability throughout the Frameworx Lifecycle.
x:akta's software evolution has been specifically driven by the goals that are driving the ITU-T management recommendations for interoperability and the TMF's business process standardization efforts, within the overall framework of multi-service operators' business processes.
Aktavara's company approach is to provide Telecom Operators with
software for New Generation Operation Systems (Frameworx)
Aktavara software supports industry-agreed specifications and guidelines that cover key business and technical areas including in particular those established at the Telemanagement Forum:
Service Providers must deliver new services and products more effectively – faster and cheaper – than ever before in an environment that requires inter-working between many different Vendors, Technologies, and Systems.
MTOSI (Multi-Technology Operations System Interface) describes a standardized reference structure to connect these components together.
x:akta supports all of the Inventory and Lifecycle requirements stated in the first release of the MTOSI Business Agreement, the majority of them at a detailed level, and the remainder at a conceptual but easily implementable level.
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The eTOM is a standardized Business Process Framework.
This gives guidance in the development of business processes and in the automation of processes for
SID (Shared Information/Data model) defines information/data definitions and models.
Domains that are included in Release 1 are
Common Business Entities to be covered in future releases include
The SID model can be viewed as a companion model to the eTOM, in that it provides a common information/data language from a data perspective. Teamed with the eTOM the SID model also provides both a process and data view.
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Aktavara is a true advocate of Technology Neutral Architecture, TNA. Flexibility, openess, Industry standard Components, best practices in Software Development and total Vendor independency have always been central in our approach.
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