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Proposed Topics

TopicsTime budget (e.g. x hours)ParticipantsNotesHW resource plan/requirement
OPNFV Deploy & Test2-3 hrs/installers

Apex: Dan Radez

Compass: Justin chi

JOID: Narinder Gupta

Targeted for newcomers to OPNFVPharos pod(s)

ONAP integration

(Dave Urschatz: Currently working toward organizing separate topics into one for ONAP)

2 hrs

 

Tina Tsou

Trevor Cooper

Dave Urschatz

Michael O'Brien

Fatih Degirmenci

Auto Lab Deployment as part of xCI

PlugFest

  • Collected ideas from the Beijing summit on how OPNFV can add value to ONAP ONAP
  • How to write sample VNFs for ONAP
  • ONAP VNFs and how they differ from OPNFV sample VNFs
  • How ONAP community can reuse rich test cases from OPNFV
  • Compliance - how OPNFV CVP has synergy with ONAP VNF certification.
 
2hrs

David Blaisonneau

Dave Urschatz

Fatih Degirmenci

 

ONAP deploy with XCI

Discussion
    • deployment alternatives and strategies (Heat vs k8s)
    • k8s deploy alternatives
    • talks about CI frontiers with ONAP community

Test deployment

    • Get David's work running on CENGN vPOD (Possibly ongoing over plugfest)

CENGN vPOD (remote)
?

Justin chi

Place holder for Compas4nfv

 
k8s in OPNFV2 hrs.

Narinder Gupta

  • K8s scenarios deployment using JOID.
  • K8s for docker based VNF.
  • Why K8s?
Intel Pod.
ETSI Plugtest in Jan and following co-hosted Plugtest/Plugfest2 hrs

Trevor Cooper

Tim Irnich

Dave Urschatz

Eric van Vliet

  
CVP and Dovetail3 hrs

Trevor Cooper

Wenjing Chu

Georg Kunz

Dave Urschatz

Eric van Vliet

Serena Feng

Eddie Arrage

  • tutorial and review of the 1st release
  • planning of 2nd (E) and third (F) releases, and roadmap
  • Tuesday please.
NA
Stress testing3 hrs

Trevor Cooper

Georg Kunz

Yang (Gabriel) Yu

Dave Urschatz

  • E release activities
    • Life-cycle data-plane testing
    • VNF Scaling up/out testing
    • Monitoring stress testing
  • F release strategy
 
Doctor: Telco host scheduled maintenance1½ hrsTomi JuvonenPOC demo and discussion about the use case and approach. More in Doctor hackfest session.N/A (remote/video)
Doctor Hackfest1 hrs x2

Ryota Mibu
Tomi Juvonen

Doctor Hackfest Sessions:

  • Testing
  • Maintenance Upstreaming
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Release Automation1 hour

Trevor Bramwell

  • Review current release process & identify problem areas
  • Discuss ways to automate and improve our processes
 
Cloud native NFV1 hour

Wenjing Chu

Trevor Cooper

Dave Urschatz

Ross Brattain

TuesdayNA
VNF/NFVi characterization w/ Yardstick 

Ross Brattain

Yang (Gabriel) Yu

Dave Urschatz

Eric van Vliet

enabling new testcases, CGNAPT, vFW RFC2544 with Ixia/Trex with installers.

VNF Scaling tests

 
Docker Infrastructure & Builds2 hourTrevor Bramwell
  • Review current infrastructure & build process
  • Discuss flexibility, verification feedback, and versioning
 
Installer External/Provider networks for testing with HW traffic generators 

Ross Brattain

Dave Urschatz

Installer support for VNF characterization 
Multi-Access Edge (Edge) project / OPNFV community demo 2.02 hrs

Trevor Cooper

Eric van Vliet

Multi-Access Edge 
SNAPS-OO E enhancements F planning2 hrsSteve PisarskiOverview of the latest features added to SNAPS-OO during E and F feature planning. This could be split into two separate sessionsNA
Yardstick F-release planning2hrsRoss Brattain  
Bottlenecks Load Manager Discussion Yang (Gabriel) YuRegistration center, service discovery, API category, job scheduler, monitoring and analytic results/visualization 
Daisy F-release planning1 hourzhou ya  
Robustness testing1hrs

Georg Kunz

Dave Urschatz

Trevor Cooper

  • extending the test scope to node-level failures: controller, compute, (switches)
  • potential joint acitvities with OpenStack QA
  • generalizing the framework for handling containerized and non-containerized control processes

    not on Friday, please
 
Best practices of Compass4nfv: The construction of Windriver NFVI using Compass in Chinamobile

1hr

Xu Wang

Dave Urschatz

Eric van Vliet

Automatic installation of Openstack using Compass in China Mobile 
Best practices of Daisy4nfv: The construction of TECS(ZTE) NFVI using Daisy in Chinamobile1hrXu WangAutomatic installation of Openstack using Daisy in China Mobile 
OPNFV Docs Hacking2hrs

Sofia Wallin

Trevor Bramwell

  • Updating the Docs infrastructure
  • Process improvement feedback
  • Discuss F release documentation structure
  • Write ALL the docs!
 

Benchmarking as a Service for OPNFV community

2hrs

Yujun Zhang

Trevor Cooper

Ross Brattain

  • purpose
  • how to achieve 
  • what to do in Fraser release
 
ODL Container Orchestration Engine Integration upstreaming to OPNFV3 hours

Tim Rozet

Dan Radez

Prem Sankar

  • Kuryr ODL integration (AIO and Multinode)
  • COE Baremetal integration and testing
 
Scenario documentation1h

Tim Irnich

Sofia Wallin

Review of the requirements. Discussion on how we document, store and work with the scenario descriptions. 

Automatic Integration and Testing System based on both Opensource and Standardization in China Mobile

1h

Yamei Fan

Qiao Fu

Ross Brattain

China Mobile's view on automatic integration and testing

Show automation system demo

 
XCI3h

Fatih Degirmenci

Yang (Gabriel) Yu

Current status, what's next, establishing pipelines for Test (and other) OPNFV Projects, which other communities we are reaching out.

More details TBD

 

 

 

Schedule

Day 1 (December 4th) Schedule

 JFCC-117 (Capacity: 125)JFCC-119 (Capacity: 40)JFCC-120 (Capacity: 40)
08:00 - 09:00Registration
09:00 - 09:45Welcome & Getting Started  
09:45 -   
    
12:00 - 13:00Lunch Break
    
    
16:30 - 17:00Daily huddle  

 

 

Day 2 (December 5th) Schedule

 JFCC-117 (Capacity: 125)JFCC-119 (Capacity: 40)JFCC-120 (Capacity: 40)
08:00 - 09:00TSC Meeting  
09:00 - 10:00   
10:00 - 11:00   
11:00 - 12:00   
12:00 - 13:00Lunch Break
13:00 - 14:00   
14:00 - 15:00   
    
16:30 - 17:00Daily huddle  
18:00 - xx:xxEvening Reception

 

Day 3 (December 6th) Schedule

 JFCC-117 (Capacity: 125)JFCC-119 (Capacity: 40)JFCC-120 (Capacity: 40)
08:00 - 09:00Release Meeting  
09:00 - 10:00   
10:00 - 11:00   
11:00 - 12:00   
12:00 - 13:00Lunch Break
13:00 - 14:00   
14:00 - 15:00   
    

 

Day 4 (December 7th) Schedule

 JFCC-117 (Capacity: 125)JFCC-119 (Capacity: 40)JFCC-120 (Capacity: 40)
08:00 - 09:00Registration
09:00 - 10:00   
10:00 - 11:00   
11:00 - 12:00   
12:00 - 13:00Lunch Break
13:00 - 14:00   
14:00 - 15:00   
    

Day 5 (December 8th) Schedule

 JFCC-117 (Capacity: 125)JFCC-119 (Capacity: 40)JFCC-120 (Capacity: 40)
08:00 - 09:00Registration
09:00 - 10:00   
10:00 - 11:00   
11:00 - 12:00   
12:00 - 13:00Lunch Break
13:00 - 14:00   
14:00 - 15:00   

Small Meeting Rooms

Each room with a capacity of 10 people. There will be a signup for people to reserve these rooms throughout the week.

JFCC-118

JFCC-121

JFCC-122

JFCC-123

 

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