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If we're serious about declarative orchestration, we may want to rethink orchestrator architectures.

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How do we get started with implementations of Intent? Intent Models may provide a practical framework.

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How should orchestrators deal with "abstraction". Policy-based systems organize policies in a 'policy continuum'. Shouldn't there also be a 'model continuum'?

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Intent-based systems are getting a lot of attention, but is there a definition of Intent that is sufficiently clear to be helpful to implementers and end-users?

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What are intent engines, and how do they relate to orchestrators? Is one better than the other? A simple classification can help to explore that question.

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Do we really need two modeling languages? Is there room for both, and if so how can they co-exist?

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Confused about terminology? How can we get networking and cloud people to start using the same language.

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SDN is moving towards model-based abstraction layers. Can models be the foundation for a uniform abstraction methodology that applies to the entire cloud stack?

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Delegation between service orchestrators avoids the need for federation agreements between service providers. Can this speed up adoption of complex multi-domain services?

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If automation is going to help reduce service provider OPEX, we need to look beyond orchestration and drive towards autonomous service management.
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