Within just two weeks Verizon was able to have its custom applications up and running on the SAFplus powered ATCA hardware cluster. By employing OpenClovis’ Runtime Director Verizon was then able to make upper management presentations demonstrating these proprietary applications using their own branded web interface.
OpenClovis engineers visited an MRV development location for a one week combined training and consulting engagement. At the end of that services project, MRV had a working system ready to test application developers’ code. Their sophisticated SAFplus platform included a CLI integrated into each application. 18 months after the training course the product went to GA – with the vast majority of that development time spent on custom applications.