Distinction among Cisco Prime Carrier Management suite, Cisco Prime Infrastructure and NCS.
Here are the links i found of above products.
Cisco Prime Carrier Management suite: The suite consists of Cisco Prime Central, Cisco Prime Network, etc. http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/solutions/service-provider/prime-carrier-management/index.html#~overview,
Cisco Prime Infrastructure: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/cloud-systems-management/prime-infrastructure/index.html
NCS This was found in ESP(Envolved Services Platform) http://www.tail-f.com/network-control-system/
Now comes to the question, those three platforms appear overlap with each other. All support south-bound API toward multi-domain infrastructure as well as north-bound API for development. Can anyone gives me some hint of the distinction among those three? Which platform should i turn into as a service provider.
Appreciate for replying. Speaking of the field of carrier provider, I've noticed that Cisco is gonna announce another orchestrate engine which was acquired from Tail-f(http://www.tail-f.com/network-control-system/).
I couldn't tell the distinction between those platforms, nor which platform to turn to.
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