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Please add your Design Summit session proposals in the table below including the following information by May 27th, 2016.  

  • Title
  • Speaker(s): Name/Email
  • Session Format: Lecture/Panel/Tutorial/Others
  • Target audience
  • Abstract

[Note: the current plan for each session is 30 minutes]

 

NOTE: This is about Design Summit Session proposals. Add your breakout and working sessions in [ARCHIVED] Berlin Design Summit Project Breakouts and Hacking .

  Title Speaker(s): Name/Email Format (e.g. Lecture, Panel, Tutorial, Others) Target Audience Abstract Notes
1 Cinder Storage Performance Measurement Mark Beierl
mark.beierl@emc.com
Lecture OpenStack and OPNFV deployers

This session will cover how the OPNFV StorPerf project can be used to characterize the performance of your Cinder block storage subsystem.

Learn how to run different workloads against Cinder to measure the overall throughput, latency and IOPS, as well as visualize variances and standard deviation of these metrics. 

 
2 OPNFV and the OpenStack ProductWG

Gerald Kunzmann
kunzmann@docomolab-euro.com

Other (working session; 1h preferred) Operators and users In this working session we can continue the discussion from the OpenStack Summit on how to best bring together use cases and requirements from OPNFV with the OpenStack Product WG user stories. Do we want to establish contact person(s)/evangelist(s) in OPNFV for the different use cases and user stories?  
3 Programming with OpenDataPlane Matias Elo matias.elo@nokia.com Tutorial/Demo VNF developers

This will be a tutorial and live demo on how to get started with OpenDataPlane programming. The presentation demonstrates how the same ODP application can be run on different HW platforms and underlying packet I/O types.

 
4 OpenDataPlane is ready for business Tapio Tallgren tapio.tallgren@nokia.com Lecture VNF developers, operators OpenDataPlane project has reached a major milestone with the Monarch release. This talk presents the new features of ODP and shows new performance numbers.  
5 OpenFastPath ulf.bragnell@enea.com Lecture VNF developers The exponential growth in data traffic puts ever-increasing demands on the packet processing elements in the network, resulting in a need for high performance IP packet handling. This drives the emergence of a new generation of hardware-accelerated platforms as well as the creation of user space applications and libraries. The drive towards scalable high-performance functions requires an open IP stack that is extendable and can enable great performance, ease of use and portability. OpenFastPath is an open source TCP/IP stack for Linux user space that runs on the OpenDataPlane. In the presentation Ulf Bragnell introduce OpenFastPath and show that it can provide up to 20x the performance of the native Linux Kernel for forwarding workloads.   
6 MANO integration for OPNFV.

 Prakash Ramchandran

prakash.ramchandran@huawei.com

Ulas Kozat

ulas.kozat@huawei.com

Presentation  & live debate with audience with Q&A  MANO developers  Several MANO pieces need integration as we move up the reference stack. This includes extending Installers support, Scenarios, up stream's such as Open-O, OSM, Tacker. A mid-cycle review is necessary as Domino and other projects with Upstream tied to them need brainstorming for future releases.  
7 How to make OPNFV Carrier Grade through upstream projects.  Prakash Ramchandran

prakash.ramchandran@huawei.com

weidong Shao

weidong.shao@huawei.com

 

 

Use case scenario Presentation for Auto-Scaling  Infrastructure developers.   How  OpenStack Auto-Scaling in Senlin can be used by OPNFV Domino and other projects. We walk through the flow addressing the integration issues.  
8 Functest 3.0

Jose Lausuch

jose.lausuch@ericsson.com
Tutorial/Demo Operators and users This will be a tutorial with a live demo about the new features we have in Functest for Colorado (automatic reporting, dashboard, CLI, tiered-tests, ...) and run a couple of commands and a short test on an OPNFV deployment using Functest.  
9 Parser In C Howard, Victor, Julien,Vinayak, Ulas Lecture template developers OPNFV Parser released its first version in Brahmaputra, and the work certainly does not stop there. We the Parser Team are planning for more interesting features in the next circle: more collaborative work in Heat-Translator to implement our keyword support, more enhancements to yang2tosca, a new module for policy2tosca translation, a new module of template dissection for multi-site scenario, and an experimental work on a new module called tosca2kube. These ideas will be demonstrated in this talk and also some demos of these ideas will be shown.  
10

Die Pacman Nomaden

Lingli Deng/Howard Huang Lecture  Infrastructure developers DPACC project has been developing requirements and features for management aspect (DPACC-MAN) for a long time, and with OpenStack Nomad as its upstream project, things begin to take shape. In this talk we will give an overview of DPACC-MAN requirement and architecture, an introduction about the features implemented in OpenStack Nomad and our release goals for the project. In this talk you could also expect in depth talk of data modeling of NFV acceleration management, DB oriented management framework design evolution and new storage/network acceleration management framework we are working on in the open source community  
11

Yardstick in C

Liang Gao(kubi)

jean.gaoliang@huawei.com

Jing Lu

lvjing5@huawei.com

 

Tutorial/Demo   OPNFV Yardstick released its first version in Brahmaputra, and the work certainly does not stop there. We the Yardstick Team are planning for more generic testing in the next circle: more collaborative work with opnfv feature project.  
12 Bottlenecks in C: Make it easier to explore OPNFV platform bottlenecks

Yaoguang Wang

sunshine.wang@huawei.com

Jun Li

matthew.lijun@huawei.com

Hongbo Tian

hongbo.tianhongbo@huawei.com

 

Lecture/Demo

Testing tools developers/users

Bottlenecks has been released in Brahmaputra. The goal of Bottlenecks is to find out the system bottlenecks by testing and verifying OPNFV infrastructure in a staging environment. In this presentation,the Bottlenecks team will introduce an open testing framework and current test cases, which make it easier to explore OPNFV platform bottlenecks. Based on the newly-added test cases, performance bottlenecks will be analyzed and shown. In addition, integration testing workflow and more test scenario plans in release C will aslo be discussed there.  
13 RCA as an A-CORD application

Adi molkho

adi.molkho@huawei.com

Lecture/ Demo Operators, developers and users A-CORD the analytic platform of the CORD architecture is a powerful framework allowing a rapid development on top of XOS & OpenStack. We have used Pinpoint to demonstrate Root Cause Analysis application running on that framework  
14 Gluon & Proton: Flexible realization of NFV networking use cases

Nikolas Hermanns

nikolas.hermanns@ericsson.com

Georg Kunz

georg.kunz@ericsson.com

Tom Hambleton

thomas.hambleton@nokia.com

tutorial, code walk-through, architecture deep-dive developers Gluon and Proton aim at enabling a lightweight integration of multiple networking backends, such as Neutron and different SDN controllers, and a flexible and model driven development of new networking services. This session will be a deep dive into the architecture of Gluon and Proton and a walk through of their features.  
15 Visualizing and analyzing OPNFV test results Juraj Linkes <jlinkes@cisco.com> tutorial, demo, code walk through developers, operators, users Showcase visualizing OPNFV test results using the ELK stack.  
16 Creating a 'Lab as a Service'? for OPNFV Viliam Luc <vluc@cisco.com> demo, sharing experiences developers, users Demo and discussion of experiences standing up a "lab as a service" on a nested virtualization environment (hosted as part of Cisco DevNet).  
17 Failure prediction based on Ceilometer and Spark  

Linghui Zeng

linghui.zeng@huawei.com

Hai Liu

hai.liu@huawei.com

Tutorial, demo, sharing experiences Developers, operators, users In this talk, many challenging issues will be given, such as how to get useful data, why Ceilometer does not work well for data processing and so on. Our focus is on hardware failure prediction, because since now NFV has not been deployed extensively for users, which means what kinds of failure will happen and which metrics can be used to predict failure are the unknowable problems, however hardware failure has been extensively investigated and researched so many years. Hence, using the open hardware failure data is a good beginning for our big ambition. After trial and error ,the prediction accuracy is surprisingly high. Based on Apache Spark, which is a popular engine for large-scale data processing, the prediction is so fast and nearly real-time.  
18 Compass in C weidong Shao

weidong.shao@huawei.com

Lecture, tutorial, demo and plans  Developers, operators, users Including demos and turials, this lecture will give a comprehensive report of Compass project. The details of  feautures, framework and exihibitions, and also the plans in C are introduced.  
19 OPNFV Infrastructure

Fatih Degirmenci

fatih.degirmenci@ericsson.com

Trevor Cooper

trevor.cooper@intel.com

Ulrich Kleber

ulrich.kleber@huawei.com

Presentation and discussion about the current status and future plans regarding OPNFV HW and SW Infrastructure. (Pharos, Releng, Octopus) Developers, operators, users

OPNFV Infra Working Group has just been established to drive and implement improvements for OPNFV Infrastructure. During this session, we will talk about the scope, goals and how to involve in these activities.

Apart from this, ongoing and planned OPNFV Infrastructure activities will be presented to community to increase the awareness and collect the feedback.

 
20 Functest: lessons learned and best practices for VNF test automation

Valentin Boucher

valentin.boucher@orange.com

Morgan Richomme

morgan.richomme@orange.com

Demo & live debate with audience with Q&A Developers, operators, users

A complex VNF test case was introduced in Brahmaputra based on an open source vIMS solution. Based on TOSCA descriptor file, it triggers the creation of several VMs including an orchestrator that deploys a complex VNF with various components and the associated test tools embed on containers. The vIMS experience test case could be used as a baseline to deal with VNF testing. This test case is also a pragmatic approach to outline the MANO role in the validation/testing phase.

Future extensions for C-Release (multi-site, VNF clustering, more complex test cases, integration with different orchestrators...) will also be presented to demonstrate that full automatic VNF deployment (including testing phase) can become a reality.

 
21 CI/CD & DevOps Panel Bryan Sullivan, Randy Levensalor, Deng Hui, Daniel Farrell, Fatih Degirmenci, Ulrich Kleber, Morgan Richomme Panel Developers, Operators, users Users and developers coming together to discuss what is CI/CD & DevOps, how important it is and why, expectations from each other.  
22 OPNFV MANO Requirement project Chris Donley Christopher.Donley@huawei.com Panel, Presentation  & live debate with audience with Q&A Open source, developer, OPNFV

Since OPNFV board expended its scope to include NFV MANO last year, several upstream open source projects have been created to develop MANO solutions.  Each solution has demonstrated its unique value in specific area. Open-Orchestration (OPEN-O) project is one of such communities.

This project proposed seeks to develop requirements for OPEN-O MANO support in the OPNFV reference platform, with the plan to eventually include OPEN-O in OPNFV as a non-exclusive upstream MANO. In particular, this project will focus on interfaces and information/data models required for coordination among various components and OPNFV platform

 
23 ONOS SFC in C: VNF Forwarding Graph and the Policy

Wei Su

su.wei@huawei.com

Tim Zhao

zhaokexue@huawei.com

Lecture, tutorial, demo and plans Developers, Operators, users

In this talk we will   discuss an OpenStack based and OpenFlow compliant solution which will dynamically set up VNFFG so that different tenants’ flows can be steered   through different sequence of VNFs by ONOS.

 
24 OPNFV Intro

Ildiko Vancsa

ildiko.vancsa@ericsson.com

Lecture New comers, recently joined community members The aim of this session is to give an overview about the OPNFV Community, the terms, tools, processes and best practices that we are using. The talk will give guidance on how to engage with the OPNFV community by showing entry points while highlighting our values and culture as well.  
25 Open Edge Computing and OPNFV project collaborations

Prakash Ramchandran

prakash.ramchandrann@huawei.com

Rolf Schuster (Vodafone German)

rolf.schuster@openedgecomputing.org

Lecture , collaboration plans   Dr. Rolf visited OPNFV summit at SF in 2015 on sidelines and wants to present OEC plans and see how OPNFV can collaborate  in evolving Edge Computing. Prakash has been trying to get a module for Cloudlet in OpenStack as use case in OPNFV NetReady to ensure that it can bridge the gap between Nova & Neutron. Goal will be seek design and development support for common goals in OPNFV with upstream projects.  
26 Moon: identity federation for release-C and its future roadmap

Ruan HE

ruan.he@orange.com

Jamil Chawki

jamil.chawki@orange.com

Nir Halachmi

nir.halachmi@huawei.com

Presentation of features to be integration in release-C and next steps Developers, Operators, users

Moon is a security management module in OPNFV. In the release C, it provides an identity federation between OpenStack and OpenDaylight. It's now a scenario for JOID, Compass and Apex.

The whole Moon team would also like to present its roadmap, new features that are going to be integrated in release-D.

 
27 Apex: Colorado Status

Tim Rozet trozet@redhat.com
Dan Radez dradez@redhat.com

Lecture / Working Group Operators Presentation of status features planned for Colorado, Working Group discussion on plans to complete the development cycle.  
28 Apex: Integration Guide for Developers Dan Radez dradez@redhat.com
Tim Rozet trozet@redhat.com
Lecture / Working Group Developers

Presentation of internals of Apex and Triple-o and how to integrate with Apex. Working Group to answer questions and help get developers moving with integration and submitting additions. Notes and improvements should be made to the integration guide linked from the Apex wiki page.
https://wiki.opnfv.org/display/apex/
https://wiki.opnfv.org/display/apex/Integration+Guide 

 
29 Cross OpenStack overlay L2 networking

Chaoyi Huang joehuang@huawei.com

 

Presentation and discussion Developers, Operators, users

A VNF, which was designed to run in several distributed OpenStack clouds to achieve higher availability, needs tenant level isolated L2/L3 networking across OpenStack instances. This session will talk about how to provide this fundamental functionality.

 
30 testAPI in Functest

SerenaFeng

feng.xiaowei@zte.com.cn

Morgan Richomme

morgan.richomme@orange.com

Julien

zhang.jun3g@zte.com.cn

 Presentation/Demo & live debate with audience with Q&A  Developers, Operators, users  testAPI, was designed to gather all the results of OPNFV tests projects into a single place. It exposes a REST API for the collection of results and push them into a MongoDB database. This session will talk about how it works in Functest project and how to apply it to other test projects.  
31 Intro to fd.io Ed Warnicke eaw@cisco.com Presentation with audience Q&A Developers, Operators, users FD.io is an open source project to provide an IO services framework for the next wave of network and storage software ideally suited to NFV use cases, including but not limited to developing feature rich high performance VNFs and providing the 'wiring' between VNFs. Architected as a collection of sub-projects, FD.io provides a modular, extensible user space IO services framework that supports rapid development of high-throughput, low-latency and resource-efficient IO services. The design of FD.io is hardware, kernel, and deployment (bare metal, VM, container) agnostic. FD.io will help advance the state of the art of network and storage infrastructure and will quickly become a “must have” technology in next-gen service provider and enterprise data center strategies as its benefits to areas like SDN and NFV are realized. In this session you will get an introduction to the technology under FD.io, it governance, and community structure.  
32 FastDataStacks Frank Brockners - fbrockne@cisco.com Overview presentation and discussion Developers, Operators, Users FastDataStacks creates and composes new scenarios using FD.io/VPP as forwarder - in particular OpenStack - OpenDaylight - VPP. FDS drives development upstream in OpenDaylight and FD.io - and evolves the test and install infrastructure in OPNFV. The session will review the objectives of FDS as well as discuss the current status and next steps.  
33 Open Baton

Giuseppe Carella giuseppe.carella@fokus.fraunhofer.de

Lorenzo Tomasini

lorenzo.tomasini@fokus.fraunhofer.de

Overview presentation, demonstration and discussions

Developers, Operators, VNF developers

Open Baton provides an open source implementation of the ETSI NFV MANO specification. It is based on MANO v1.1.1 information models, and in its latest release increased the number of functionalities which could be used for interoperating with it. In particular, this presentation will focus on providing technical details about those mechanisms (VNFM integration, VIM drivers, events engine) which enable the easy integration of external components. Additionally, will be presented some of the external components that have been developed recently (autoscaling, fault management, integration tests) which make Open Baton a very modular platform and allow fast prototyping of new advanced features also in the context of the OPNFV environment. A running demonstration of the platform will be provided to the audience.  
34 Tacker

Sridhar Ramaswamy

srics.r@gmail.com

Overview, Project Status, Roadmap, plans to integrate with C-release and open discussion on this project. Developers, Operators, VNF vendors

Tacker is an official OpenStack project building a Generic VNF Manager (G-VNFM) and a NFV Orchestrator (NFVO) to deploy and operate Network Services and Virtual Network Functions (VNFs) on an NFV infrastructure platform like OpenStack. It is based on ETSI MANO Architectural Framework and provides a functional stack to orchestrate Network Services end-to-end using VNFs. This session will recap the current status of the project and its feature, upcoming roadmap and, most importantly, will be used to hear thoughts on what features are important for the NFV operator community.

 
35 VNF Event Stream

 Alok Gupta (AT&T)

ag1367@att.com

Overview presentation, demonstration and discussions

Developers, Operators, VNF developers

In a typical Service Assurance (SA) Environment, the VNF Provider defines and provides the format and protocol for sending telemetry data to SPs responsible for managing VNF health and lifecycle. The standards for telemetry data come in many varieties and for each particular standard, the expected actions also differ from one VNF to another. The result of a multitude of standards is that every time a new VNF or a new VNF release is introduced, implementer choice can require SPs to make changes to their SA support system that manages the VNFs. This results not only in added costs for SPs, but also in deployment delays. This project will develop OPNFV platform support for VNF event streams, in a common model and format intended for use by NFV Service Providers (SPs), e.g. in managing VNF health and lifecycle. The project’s goal is to enable a significant reduction in the effort to develop and integrate VNF telemetry-related data into automated VNF management systems, by promoting convergence toward a common event stream format and collection system  

https://wiki.opnfv.org/display/EVNT/Proposals+for+Berlin+Design+Summit+Session

Breakout sessions

  Title Speaker(s): Name/Email Format (e.g. Lecture, Panel, Tutorial, Others) Target Audience Abstract Notes
1

Yardstick

Breakout

Session

Liang Gao (Kubi)

jean.gaoliang@huawei.com

 

30 mins per session dev discussion on Rel C and Rel D work

testing tools

developers

We are gonna discuss the Rel C work, figure out what are the major difficulties we are facing and try to figure it out as a team. We will also discuss feature we would like to see in Rel D.

Two 30 mins breakout session with a dedicated table or room would be ideal

 
2 Doctor Working Session x2 Ryota Mibu r-mibu@cq.jp.nec.com Other (working session) Developers and Operators Working sessions for Doctor team to discuss C release tasks and further development plans. Operators and users are encouraged to join this session to provide feedback/thought/requirement.

 

3 Multisite Breakout Session

Dimitri Mazmanov

dimitri.mazmanov@ericsson.com

Dev discussion about the current work for release-C and next steps for rel-D Developers The plan is to discuss the project agenda for release C.  
4

Functest

Breakout

Session

Morgan Richomme

morgan.richomme@orange.com

Jose Lausuch

jose.lausuch@ericsson.com

Discussion about Colorado and next tasks for D-river

testing tools

developers

feature projects

Discussion about the work done for Colorado in Functest, what is remaining and what we could do for D-river release.

1 hr breakout session on a round table is needed.

 
5

NetReady Breakout Session

Moved to project theater and break-out sessions

Georg Kunz

georg.kunz@ericsson.com

 

Discussion about the current work of the project and the Colorado release

Operators

developers

users

NetReady investigates how the current OpenStack networking architecture needs to be evolved in order to ensure that NFV-related use cases can be flexibly and efficiently supported. In this breakout session we will talk about our current work and how we deliver to the C-release.

 
6 Parser Breakout Session (Moved To Breakout Planning)

Howard Huang

huangzhipeng@huawei.com

30 mins per session dev discussion on Rel C and Rel D work template developers

We are gonna discuss the Rel C work, figure out what are the major difficulties we are facing and try to figure it out as a team. We will also discuss feature we would like to see in Rel D.

Two 30 mins breakout session with a dedicated table or room would be ideal

 
7 Getting started with support

Chris Price
christopher.price@ericsson.com

(hopefully others)

40 minutes on support processes and tools. Anyone wanting to help our users. The plan is to log into ask.opnfv.org and look at the tool, understand how it works and it's relationship to the opnfv-users mailing list.  
8  OPNFV Strategy and Roadmap Session

 Anthony Soong anthony.soong@huawei.com

(on behalf of SPC chair)

Cliff Young

Paul To

 

 2 hours session on Strategy and Planning Committee on OPNFV strategies and Roadmap.

30 min SPC readout

90 min discussion

 SPC members and technical community members interested in giving feedback on OPNFV strategy and roadmap Do you have a view on where OPNFV is headed? Do you want to influence where we are going? If so this session is for you. This session will begin with a readout on the activity of the SPC committee. We plan to share the draft OPNFV goals, initiatives, strategies and roadmap. The session will then allow for discussion, comments and input from all attendees. The goal is to obtain feedback from the community and synchronize the goals, initiatives, strategies and roadmap with the technical community.  



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