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An Asset-Based Architecture Design Methodology for Rapid Telecom Service Delivery Platform Development

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In the telecom industry, it becomes increasingly important for operators to provide a service delivery platform (SDP) quickly to improve time-to-revenue cycle of new innovative value-added services at lower cost. A rapid architecture solution design method based on SDP capability model and SDP architecture blueprint is proposed to deal with this problem in this paper. SDP capability model and the corresponding SDP architecture blueprint are designed as two reusable assets for business requirement analysis and IT architecture design in telecom service delivery problem domain to reduce cost and improve quality. Furthermore, the linkage between SDP capability model and SDP architecture blueprint is built as the corner stone to speed up the solution design process. The approach on how to use capability model, architecture blueprint, and their linkage to perform customer requirement analysis and quick solution design throughout SDP engagements is introduced. This approach can facilitate developers to adopt asset-based service model in the rapidly growing telecom industry.

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Software Engineering Conference, 2007. ASWEC 2007. 18th Australian

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10-13 April 2007