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This is the slides for the talk Network Policy Abstractions in Neutron given at OpenStack Summit, Atlanta, May 2014.

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Open stackatlantagrouppolicy

  1. 1. May 2014 Network Policy Abstractions in Neutron Mohammad Banikazemi Sumit Naiksatam Stephen Wong
  2. 2. Outline ❖ Introduction ❖ Neutron Abstractions ❖ Group Policy Extension ❖ PoC Implementation and Demo ❖ Future Directions ❖ Q&A
  3. 3. Networking in the Cloud ❖ Current API: network centric ❖ Need a more application centric set of abstractions as well ❖ More easily understood/utilized by higher layers ❖ Declarative model ❖ Separation of concerns
  4. 4. Desired Features ❖ Provide policy-based connectivity between application tiers ❖ Support dynamic application of policies ❖ Redirection to Network services and chains ❖ Policies defined by administrators and users
  5. 5. Current Neutron API ❖ Network centric, close to physical devices ❖ Network: isolated layer-2 broadcast domain; private/shared ❖ Subnet: CIDR IP address block associated with a network; optionally associated with gateway, DNS/DHCP servers ❖ Port: virtual switch port on a network; has MAC and IP address properties ❖ Router: connects networks, supports SNAT
  6. 6. Example: Multi Tier Apps Q Web Application DB Firewall Load Balancer QoS External Network (Internet)
  7. 7. Neutron Representation Q Network/ subnet Network/ subnet Network/ subnet Router External Network Port Q neutron net-create web_tier neutron subnet-create web_tier 10.0.0.0/24 neutron router-create router1 neutron router-add-interface router1 web_subnet . . .
  8. 8. Group Policy e x t e n s i o n
  9. 9. The Basic Idea ❖ Endpoint (EP): Lowest unit of abstraction where policy is applied ❖ Endpoint Group (EPG): Logical grouping of endpoints ❖ Policy Rule: Network policies to access EPGs ❖ Contract: Collection of policy rules
  10. 10. EPG-Contract Relationship ❖ An EPG may provide one or more contracts ❖ An EPG may consume one or more contracts Endpoint Group Contract ❖ Application deployer focused
  11. 11. Policy Rules ❖ Action is applied to traffic specified by Classifier Policy Rule Classifier Protocol Ports Direction Action Type Value Action Type Allow Redirect QoS Log Copy Mark Value None Service/Chain QoS args Log args Copy args Mark args
  12. 12. Group Policy - Workflow neutron classifier-create Insecure-Web-Access --port 80 --protocol TCP --direction IN neutron policy-rule insecure-web --policy-classifier Insecure-Web-Access --actions ALLOW neutron contract-create Web-Server-Contract --policy-rule insecure-web ❖ Create contract ❖ Create EPGs and provide/consume contracts neutron epg-create Web-Server-EPG --provides-contract Web-Server-Contract neutron ep-create --endpoint-group Web-Server-EPG neutron epg-create Outside-EPG --consumes-contract Web-Server-Contract
  13. 13. Putting It All Together – 3 Tier App Web Application DB Firewall Load Balancer External Network (Internet)
  14. 14. Group Policy Realization EPG Web EPG Application EPG DB Firewall EPG External Network (Internet) Contract Protocol:TCP Port:80 Action:Redirect To FW_LB_CHAIN ProvidesConsumes Protocol:TCP Port:3306 Action:ALLOW Protocol:TCP Port:9080 Action:ALLOW EPG EPG
  15. 15. Optional Constructs in Model ❖ Scopes: put constraints around how provider and consumer EPGs are matched ❖ Policy Rule Filters: allow for tagging Policy Rules with Labels such that subsets can be created in a Contract ❖ Contract hierarchy: infra admin constraints can be achieved by Contract hierarchical composition ❖ Endpoint labels: policies get triggered automatically when labels are added or removed
  16. 16. Proof of Concept i m p l e m e n t a t i o n
  17. 17. PoC Implementation ❖ Team has worked on a PoC implementation ❖ Considering various model and implementation alternatives ❖ Using legacy driver ❖ CLI, Horizon, and Heat CLI Neutron Heat Horizon Policy Manager Legacy Policy Driver ODL Policy Driver others
  18. 18. The Group Policy PoC Team ❖ Sumit Naiksatam, Robert Kukura, Mandeep Dhami (Cisco) ❖ Mohammad Banikazemi (IBM) ❖ Stephen Wong (Midokura) ❖ Ronak Shah (Nuage Networks) ❖ Hemanth Ravi, Susaant Kondapaneni, Prasad Vellanki (One Convergence) ❖ Rudra Rugge (Juniper)
  19. 19. State of Implementation ❖ The blueprint for Group Policy has been reviewed/approved ❖ Working PoC available (install from: https://github.com/noironetworks/devstack/tree/group- policy-poc) ❖ Neutron reference implementation for Group Policy is in progress ❖ Complementary work on network services framework is in progress
  20. 20. More Information ❖ Neutron Group-based Policy design session May 16 • 10:50am - 11:30am • B304 ❖ Wiki page: https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Neutron/GroupPolicy ❖ Neutron Group Policy Sub-Team Meeting IRC weekly meetings: https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Meetings/Neutron_Group_Policy

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