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End to end service provisioning typically traverses multiple control domains, where different orchestrators/controllers manage the “local” resources in their respective domains. Locality here is in general refers to a relative proximity rather than absolute proximity. These orchestrators/controllers have several advantages, but the most prominent ones are (1) being closer to the resources whose states can be observed with higher fidelity and their actions can be controlled at finer granularity and (2) having domain specific knowledge to deliver the desired service behavior by configuring and programming the resources accordingly. In such a scenario, NFVO that performs service orchestration over multiple control domains can first generate a service template. Then, NFVO can use Domino Service for automatically generating the local orchestration templates and sending them to each local controller/orchestrator. These local templates can specify what actions should be taken autonomously by local controllers/orchestrators by prescribing constraints, conditions, workflow, pseudo-algorithms, expected service behavior, etc. For instance, NFVO can request an auto-scaling service from a target VIM, but also define various resource units (e.g., CPU size, memory size, VM flavor, etc.), workload conditions, and prescribe which resource unit to use to increase/reduce service capacity under what workload conditions.

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Use Case 2: Intent based API with domain specific rendering via templates

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