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  • Reference Implementation of cloud and NFV infrastructure according to industry standard infrastructure architecture model(s), e.g. Akraino blueprints, that Airship fits.
  • Support of the VNF Testing and Certification running on top of the cloud and NFV infrastructure if so specified in the model(s).

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  • Implement the cloud and NFV infrastructure according to industry standard infrastructure architecture model.
  • Implement and perform VNF testing and certification on top of the cloud and NFV infrastructure.

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  • Develop declarative description in YAML according to industry standard infrastructure model(s) that Airship fits
  • Use upstream open source tool Airship to deploy and manage the lifecycle of Cloud and NFV infrastructure according to industry standard model(s) that Airship fits
  • Support of VNF testing and certification if so specified in the model(s).
  • Necessary YAML and integration tools as needed
  • Integration with OPNFV's CI/CD pipeline according to long term evolution path

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  • Upstream open source project Airship (Release 1.0 on April 25th, 2019)
  • Industry standard models, e.g. Akraino blueprints (Release 1.0 on May 30th, 2019), that Airship fits
  • Other industry standard models that Airship fits as they will be developed and matured

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  • Parker Berberian (UNH-IOL)
  • Trevor Cooper (Intel)

  • Bin Hu (AT&T)

  • Greg Oberfield (AT&T)

  • Cedric Ollivier (Orange)
  • Prakash Ramchandran (Dell)

  • Sridhar Rao (Spirent)
  • Kaspars Skels (AT&T)
  • Bin Yang (Wind River)

Contributors (alphabetically according to last name)

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  • Parker Berberian (UNH-IOL)
  • Trevor Cooper (Intel)

  • Bin Hu (AT&T)

  • Greg Oberfield (AT&T)

  • Cedric Ollivier (Orange)
  • Prakash Ramchandran (Dell)

  • Sridhar Rao (Spirent)
  • Kaspars Skels (AT&T)
  • Bin Yang (Wind River)

Link to TSC approval: <TBD>
Link to approval of additional submitters: <TBD>