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OPNFV Brahmaputra: An Early Look

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OPNFV director Heather Kirksey and OPNFV TSC Chair, Chris Price discussed the approach the project took with the second release; what is new and different; the challenges of working upstream; and how the community is preparing the industry to move from NFV Proof of Concepts (PoCs) to NFV deployments.

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OPNFV Brahmaputra: An Early Look

  1. 1. OPNFV Brahmaputra: An Early Look Heather Kirksey, Director, OPNFV Chris Price, TSC Chair, OPNFV
  2. 2. Welcome!
  3. 3. We are an industry in transformation
  4. 4. 2016-02-22 At What Stage is your company in the execution of its NFV Strategy?
  5. 5. OPNFV is a carrier-grade, integrated, open source platform to accelerate the introduction of new NFV products and services.
  6. 6. Source: Heavy Reading survey, October 2015, n=211 Bring Clarity to SDN Vendors Critical For Operators To Achieve NFV Goals Help Other Projects Develop Solutions Not Addressing Issues That Matter Project Won't Reach Goals Project Will Have Minimal Impact on the Industry Which of the Following Statements Best Matches Your Opinion of OPNFV Project Won’t Reach Goals (3%) Project Will Have Minimal Impact (1%) Not Addressing Issues that Matter (3%) Bring Clarity to NFV Vendors (20%) Critical for Operators To Achieve NFV Goals (35%) Help Other Open Source Projects Develop Solutions (37%)
  7. 7. 17. Which of the following benefits do you expect to see from OPNFV? (check all that apply) 36% 38% 33% 47% 60% 69% 36% 35% 47% 56% 65% 83% Increased understanding of underlying technologies Higher-quality products Reduced risk Accelerated adoption More rapid deployment of NFV Easier integration 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Vendors Service Providers 7
  8. 8. 2016-02-22 What are biggest barriers to accelerating NFV adoption at your company?
  9. 9. We Need To Work Together
  10. 10. OPNFV by the numbers: 18 Months In • 58 members (41 at founding) • 12 end user member companies • 10 operational OPNFV test-bed infrastructure labs (Pharos Project) with 2 more planned • 47 approved projects • 168 code developers • 161 code submitters • 4,697 accepted code contributions • 205 ticket participants • 665+ IRC participants • 87,998+ IRC messages • 406 Mailing List Participants • 5800+ unique Arno Downloads • 5000+ unique Arno Docs downloads • 5x increase in developer participation since August 2015 • 2 Platform releases (Arno, Brahmaputra) + 1 stable release (Arno SR1)
  11. 11. OPNFV Membership List Platinum Members Silver Members Associate Members
  12. 12. 2016-02-22
  13. 13. Brahmaputra – Marching toward Maturity • Massively Parallel Simultaneous Release Process – 35 projects, 140+ developers – End-to-end feature realization – Incremental monthly release drops • Scenarios – Significant increase in components tested and component and features combinations 2016-02-22
  14. 14. OPNFV Platform Overview Orchestration and Management Virtual Network Functions Infrastructure Compute Virtualization Control Storage Virtualization Control Network Virtualization Control Compute Storage Network Build and Integration Deployment and Testing New Requirements and Features Upstream Project Collaboration Continuous Integration
  15. 15. Build and Integration Deployment and Testing New Requirements and Features Network Virtualization Control Storage Virtualization Control OPNFV Arno Overview Bootstrap / GetStarted FuncTest Compute Virtualization Control Compute Storage Network OpenStack OpenDaylightKVM OVS Upstream Project Collaboration Infrastructure Pharos Project Compliant Community Labs OPNFV Bare Metal Lab Orchestration and Management Virtual Network Functions Ceph Octopus / Continuous Integration Documentation
  16. 16. Network Virtualization Control Storage Virtualization Control OPNFV Brahmaputra Overview Compute Virtualization Control Orchestration and Management Virtual Network Functions OpenStack KVM OpenDaylight OVS OpenContrail Compute Storage Network Infrastructure Pharos Community Labs OPNFV Bare Metal Lab Data Plane Acceleration Upstream Project Collaboration: Integration Testing New Features Continuous Integration/ Continuous Deployment Documentation ONOS Ceph ODPDPDK Alignment Installers Scenarios Functional System Performance Fault Mgmt IPv6 SFC L3VPN Reservation
  17. 17. Collaborative Development Working Upstream • OPNFV Requirements Gathering and Gap Analysis • Upstream and/or OPNFV Code Development • New releases of Upstream Components Available • OPNFV Integration, Validation, and Automation work – Install/Deploy – CI/CD and scenario definitions – Testing (Functional, System, Performance)
  18. 18. Testing Enhancements 2016-02-22 Yardstick FuncTest Qtip VSPERF Bottleneck s • Fivefold increase in testing projects • Functest: component testing, increase in number and types of tests • Yardstick: System level testing based on ETSI TST 001 spec • VSPerf: virtual switch characterization • Qtip: Bottom-up system characterization • Bottlenecks: bottleneck focused platform testing framework
  19. 19. Increased Breadth in Deployment and Integration 2016-02-22 • Breadth of Open Source Innovation • Additional install/deploy tools • OpenStack • Additional SDN Controllers + native Neutron networking • 2 -> 20+ scenarios supported – Installer, SDN, bare metal vs. virtualized, features, HA, features, framework options Apex Fuel Compass JOID Genesis ONOSFW Contrail
  20. 20. Infrastructure and Testing Environments • Advances in Pharos governance and participation – Pharos labs participating in release activities + development – First Arm-based lab joined Pharos • Significant automation work on Jenkins- based CI/CD toolchain • Additional documentation and documentation automation Releng Docs Octopus Pharos
  21. 21. Carrier Grade Feature Enhancements • Significant Upstream Collaboration • Fault Management • SFC • L3VPN • IPv6 • Resource Reservation • Performance Enhancements throughout the platform (Data plane, KVM, OVS) SWFPQM Promise Doctor Availability IPv6 SFC OVS4NFV SDNVPN NFVKVM DPACC
  22. 22. Working Upstream with Open Source and Standards
  23. 23. Now It’s Time to Join the Party
  24. 24. What’s Next • Much, much, much more of the same • Plugfest!! – Join the Dovetail project and contribute • Testing and Infra Improvements – SDN Controller & Storage Performance, Policy testing • Full ARM Support • Continued advances in carrier grade features, including L2VPN, Policy Mgmt, Security, Multisite, Upgrades, etc. • Container Support • MANO • Forwarding and Data Plane Improvements 2016-02-22
  25. 25. Upcoming OPNFV Events • OPNFV Technical Community Hackfest @ ONS, Santa Clara, March 14-17 • IETF 95, Buenos Aires, April 3-8 • China SDN/NFV Conference, Beijing, April 11-13 • OpenStack Summit, Austin, April 25-29 • OPNFV Plugfest, May 9-13, Louisville, Colorado 2016-02-22
  26. 26. Resources to help you get started • Website: (https://www.opnfv.org) • Wiki’s: (https://wiki.opnfv.org/) – Developer on-boarding: https://wiki.opnfv.org/developer/on-boarding – Releases: https://wiki.opnfv.org/releases – Approved projects: https://wiki.opnfv.org/approved_projects • Mailing lists: (lists.opnfv.org) – opnfv-marketing-committee@lists.opnfv.org: OPNFV Marketing Committee (Members Only) – opnfv-tech-discuss@lists.opnfv.org: general technical discussions – opnfv-tsc@lists.opnfv.org: discussions with the Technical Steering Committee (TSC) – opnfv-users@lists.opnfv.org: OPNFV community support 27
  27. 27. Questions?

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