- Dates: May 9 to 13, 2016
- Setup dates (hardware install): May 2-6
- Location: CableLabs (858 Coal Creek Cir, Louisville, CO 80027, USA)
- OPNFV Website Page: http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/opnfv-plugfest
- Registration Page: https://www.regonline.com/Register/Checkin.aspx?EventID=1815505
- Questions: Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- Powerpoint: OPNFV Interoperability Plugfest Overview
- Powerpoint: OPNFV Interoperability Plugfest update in the Hackfest
- Etherpad for internal discussion: https://etherpad.opnfv.org/p/OPNFV_Plugfest2016
Plugfest Planning Calls
- Every other Monday (i.e. March 28, April 11, April 25) @ 14:00 UTC
- GoTo Meeting: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/401578805
- IRC channel: #opnfv-meeting@ Freenode (Web Chat)
- OPNFV Turn-up:
- Unordered List Item Target Participants: Hardware Suppliers, Integrators, Installation Development Team(s)
- Testing Scope: Validation of installation process on different hardware platforms and configurations.
- SDN Integration:
- Target Participants: SDN Controllers
- Testing Scope: Validation of SDN controller integration, coupled with install process testing above.
- VNF Applications:
- Target Participants: VNF suppliers
- Testing Scope: Provide underlying infrastructure and resources to help application provider verify the life cycle management on the OPNFV platform. Testing of the application is outside of the scope of this event.
The following company have registered participants for the plugfest. (Please do not edit this list directly, Lincoln Lavoie or Ray Paik will update this list as registrations are completed.) Each participating company also has a private page, visible only to other plugfest participants, who have agreed to the Rules of Engagement for the plugfest.
- China Mobile
- CENGN – Centre of Excellence in Next Generation Networks
- Red Hat
- Sytech Solutions
- Location: Cablelabs (858 Coal Creek Cir, Louisville, CO 80027, USA)
- Rack Space: 1.5 4-post racks available (54U total available, 30" deep)
- Work Space: 48"x28" desks
- Power Available:
- Voltage: 110V & 220V
- Please contact email@example.com to review any specific needs.
- PDU provided in racks: C14 and C20 plugs
- Bandwidth: 1 Gbps
- Access: IPv4/IPv6 address space available (need to confirm if this is public/routable space)
- L3VPN and similar should work without limitation to the Internet
Please ship the equipment to arrive by May 2.
C/O Luther Smith (OPNFV), tel. +1-303-661-3305
858 Coal Creek Circle, Louisville, Colorado 80027-9750, USA
Rules of Engagement
The Rules of Engagement (ROE) define the governing principles under which the plugfest shall operate and each participant must agree to abide by these rules when participating in the plugfest(s).
Final version: plugfest_opnfv_plugfest_rules_of_engagement_02-23-2016.pdf - Raymond Paik
Test Plan Baseline - Discussion and Proposals
The formal test plan for the event is being maintained in the DoveTail repository, and can be accessed here: Dovetail Repo
Current discussion and proposal of test plan can be accessed here.
Test cases from functest--Morgan
Test case from yardstick---Ana
preparation test onsite
- Hardware requirement and configuration
- Network setup requirement and configuration
- Relationship between installers and Scenarios
- Deploy OS(Openstack) and SDN
- Test NFVI
- Deploy feature, Mano and VNF
- Test feature, Mano and VNF
Potential Vendors and/or Participants
- Commercial platform
- Network components
Technical Support for The OPNFV plugfest
* Weidong (Huawei) : firstname.lastname@example.org
* Narinder Gupta: email@example.com
* Tim Rozet: firstname.lastname@example.org
* Jun Li(Huawei): email@example.com
* Qi Liang: firstname.lastname@example.org
* morgan.richomme: email@example.com
* Mark Beierl: firstname.lastname@example.org
* Hongbo Tian: email@example.com
OPNFV Plugfest report
May 9th & 10th:
41 participants from 19 organizaions (incl. 3 non-members)
Everyone found plenary sessions on Functest/Yardstick/Storperf to be valuable and noted the benefits of having project leads from testing and install projects at the Plugfest
Many participants are starting to work with new installers that they have not worked with previously
Found & corrected documentation issues (e.g. for Yardstick)
On-site hardware resources are being heavily utilized and may even borrow a POD from CableLabs
- Installer teams going through install and testing (e.g. Functest, Yardstick, etc.) on the same hardware (Intel POD) with data being populated into the plugfest test database
- Participants are continuing work across different installers and the feedback is that the learning curve for new installers is a challenge.
- More VNFs testing in progress.