Announcing Oracle Communications Design Studio 7.4.2 Introducing the PSR Designer
(Doc ID 2725658.1)
Last updated on NOVEMBER 04, 2020
Applies to:Oracle Communications Design Studio - Version 18.104.22.168.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
With the 7.4.2 release of Oracle Communications Design Studio, a new web-based interface is introduced for designing Product-Service-Resource (PSR) information models that drive Service and Network Orchestration (SNO) solution behavior. This experience is optimized for SNO’s model-driven design approach, and enables a business analyst to focus on the overarching information model.
The new centralized modeling experience presented in the PSR Designer is decoupled from the application implementation experience, and enables business analysts to define models without requiring application expertise. PSR models are synchronized with the application-oriented design environment, where the model is used to automatically generate application-specific implementation artifacts that can be further tuned and refined by application experts as required.
The PSR Designer supports rapid but thorough conceptualization of new services and incremental service changes, driving predictable implementations, and improving overall solution agility.
- Visual drag and drop operations for model creation
- Uncluttered, intuitive design experience
- Modeling paradigm aligned with TM Forum principles
- Micro-service-based, cloud native application
- Multi-user application providing centralized persistence of models
- Lifecycle management of model changes
Design Studio 7.4.2 with PSR can be downloaded from Oracle Software Delivery Cloud
Documentation for Design Studio 7.4.2 can be found here.
Material available in the Orchestration Learning Library:
- What’s New in Design Studio 7.4.2 Recording
- What’s New in Design Studio 7.4.2 Presentation
- Oracle Communications Design Studio: PSR Designer Tutorial Recording
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