This is the Release Plan as of the MS1 Milestone, April 8, 2016. This release plan will be updated as the release progresses.
Since the upstream Open Daylight (ODL) Boron release will be completed post-Colorado (Colorado is expected to complete in August) the OPNFV SFC Colorado release will not depend too much on ODL Boron. Consequently, the SFC Colorado release will focus more on stabilizing what we started in Brahmaputra.
SFC Colorado Feature List
These features are listed in order of priority.
- Better support for multiple compute nodes
- Enhanced Tacker - ODL SFC interactions
- Switch to official version of OVS with NSH
- Improve the VnfMgrSim
- OPNFV SFC testing
- Bare-metal CI executions with the following installers:
- Improved installation documentation
- OPNFV SFC working with JOID installer (tentative depending on personnel resources)
Proposed Colorado 2.0 features
- Enhanced application coexistence (depending on availability of ODL Boron)
Proposed Colorado 3.0 features
- Preliminary versions of SF failover (depending on availability of ODL Boron)