Bootstrap/Get started - Candidate work items
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The test environment integrates the following components and is expected to deploy to bare metal as well as to a virtual environment. All setup and install procedures will be automated (no manual setup/testing). The deploy/test cycle is intended to be run periodically by a job scheduler (Jenkins) and produce a pass/fail result.
Outline of the environment
See Target System State for a complete list of components on versions.
- Linux/Centos (multiple control nodes, multiple compute nodes)
- OpenStack Juno Release
- Nova, Glance, Ceilometer Neutron, Keystone, Horizon, Heat
- MySQL, RabbitMQ, Pacemaker cluster stack, Corosync
- Tempest, Rally (for testing)
- OpenDaylight Helium Release
- MDSAL, Clustering, Restconf, OVSDB, OpenFlow, SFC, GBP, ML2-plugin, Netconf
- KVM, QEMU
- _Installer _
- Puppet (version …)
- Example VNFs
- vRouter based on OpenWRT (version 14.07 – barrier braker)
- vIDS based on SNORT (version 188.8.131.52)
Use cases for system level test (initial focus)
The following set of use-cases will guide the testing performed as part of Bootstrap/Get-started. The project does not intent to provide a comprehensive coverage of the particular use-cases and all associated testing scenarios. We just need a few VNFs that we can run on the environment Bootstrap/Get-started provides. Having a few example VNFs (rather than only one) is to ensure that test scenarios are kept generic wherever possible. Use-case specific test projects are expected to provide proper and full coverage for specific use-cases.
Simple VNF: vRouter
Bring up one or multiple instances of a simple virtual router. OpenWRT will be used as virtual router.
Simple VNF: vIDS
Bring up one or multiple instances of a service appliance. Snort/IDS will be used as service appliance.
Service chaining using open source components: Firewall and IDS (OpenWRT as simple firewall, Snort as IDS)
Candidate work items
This section lists tasks and test cases which Bootstrap/Get-started aspires to perform. It is expected that the scenario tests fold into more specific test projects (e.g. for system level functionality testing, specific VNF use-case tests, performance tests etc.) - which are in the process of being defined.
Setup base hardware environment (servers, network connectivity)
Server boot up
PXE boot the servers and prepare them with base OS to load OPNFV components.
Install OPNFV components
Automatic install OpenStack control and compute nodes (with an HA setup).
System base functionality testing
Components function test: OpenStack
Ensure OpenStack components are installed correctly and functioning. Leverage OpenStack Tempest and OpenStack Rally. Includes smoke, baremetal, compute, data_processing, identity, image, network, object_storage, orchestration, telemetry, and volume testing (current list of tempest scenario tests available). See example for the result of a tempest run.
Components function test: OpenDaylight/Networking
Ensure OpenDaylight components are installed correctly and functioning. Check whether relevant Karaf modules are loaded and functioning correctly.
Scenario testing: Basic system testing
Basic system testing leverages Tempest Scenario testing with Openstack deployment configured to use Neutron/ML2 managed networking supplied by OpenDaylight.
Scenario testing: High-availability testing
HA testing leveraging Tempest Scenario testing - component and physical infrastructure failures.
System VNF-management operations testing
Simple VNF creation
Create VM images for vRouter (from OpenWRT) and vIDS (from Snort) for testing purposes
Simple VNF hosting: base
Scenario test using Tempest to create and configure a simple VNF: Create 3 VMs: 2 hosts and one instance of a vRouter (OpenWRT) with basic configuration. Test whether vRouter is reachable (within its domain) from the host and can pass packets between the hosts.
Simple VNF hosting: Scale/Idempotence testing
Scenario test using Tempest to create/remove n-instances of a vRouter. (Test requires a simple VNFM which in this case will be provided by a script)
Simple VNF hosting: Sequencing
Scenario test using Tempest to investigate system behavior in case components are not triggered/loaded in the correct sequence (i.e. VNFM would behave wrongly)
Simple VNF hosting: Resource control
Scenario test using Tempest to deploy n instances of vRouter and check for allocated vCPUs, check vCPU pinning.
Simple VNF hosting: Fault management
Scenario test using Tempest to test detection of VNF failure (vRouter)
Simple VNF hosting: Service upgrade
Scenario test using Tempest to replace an existing VNF (vRouter) with a new revision
Scenario test using Tempest to create a service chain from a set of open-source VNFs: Firewall and IDS: OpenWRT and Snort. Basic functionality test of the service chain.
Scenario tests to test capturing events and statistics from different system components (VNFs, ODL, OpenStack)
Basic system performance benchmark and scale numbers
Virtual forwarder testing
Test scenario descriptions for virtual forwarders (e.g. OVS) deployed by the OPNFV platform. Forwarding performance testing between two or more hosts:
Sample VM testing
Test scenarios as for the forwarder, but using a VNF VM between source and destination to get realistic idea of performance in a simplified, isolated system
Sample VNF testing
Test scenarios as for the forwarder, but using a fully constructed VNF between source and destination to get a system test of performance in a real world scenario
Orchestration performance for the forwarder
Test scenarios (Tempest/Rally) to measure the performance of forwarder modifications:
Forwarder focused system scale
Scale testing scenarios (Tempest/Rally) test how many VMs can be supported per forwarder
Platform SLA baselining
Scenario tests: Benchmarking response times, concurrent requests: Create/remove 10, 100, 1000 VNFs