Roadmap Update 5.17.2011

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OpenSAF is a constantly evolving platform that changes in response to the needs of the wider community. There are a number of new plans in place to build on the momentum of OpenSAF 4.1. This session will survey the OpenSAF roadmap and discuss the key priorities for OpenSAF over the next year.

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Roadmap Update 5.17.2011

  1. 1. OpenSAF Roadmap Murthy Esakonu GoAhead Software Inc OpenSAF TLC
  2. 2. Presentation Outline• OpenSAF Roadmap Process• OpenSAF 4.2 Feature Highlights• Beyond 4.2
  3. 3. Basic Feature Lifecycle I need Feat. A I’ll implement Feat. Feat. Feat. A A A ”Wish-list” User Developer Feat. A Major + Time Feat A Feature Estimate Feat B OpenSAF Feat C Roadmap MinorRelease Manager Feature TLC Betas I have Feat. A ! Feat. Milestones Feat. B Feat. A C FC Detailed RC Plan for M M General Release N Availability Dev Release N User OpenSAF Release N Trunk Stable Trunk 3
  4. 4. OpenSAF4.2 Architecture Features• IMM Multiple appliers – Enabler for “hot standby” object implementers such as AMF and applications – Distribution of configuration in cluster. – Simpler object implementer logic (less need for internal check pointing)• IMM further Characteristics improvements – All object implementers will benefit, less blocking calls – Improved fail/switch-over time – Reduced CPU load and responsiveness• AMF Hot Standby Support – Decreased controller switchover & failover times.
  5. 5. OpenSAF4.2 Usability Features• AMF B.04.01 API• Improved IMM OI error handling capabilities• Sample SMF integration with Linux Package Management• Application Dependency Modeling Improvements
  6. 6. Beyond 4.2• Python Bindings for SAF services• Performance characterization & Improvements – IMM Replication domain – CKPT & MSG• Remove need for shared file system• Eco System – Included in Linux distribution(s) – Integrate OpenSAF with Sailfin to test the whole JSR 319 feature• Language Bindings – Java bindings for OpenSAF services • EVT, IMM, NTF • AMF & CLM already exist.• Aligning to Latest SAF specs – AMF B.04.01 (missing Features) – NTF A.03.01 – PLM A.01.02 implementation Gaps (Virtualization, multiple domain support)
  7. 7. Beyond 4.2• Tools - generating SMF campaigns and AMF model - generating IMM OI skeletons based on class definitions• New Services Implementation – Security (SAI-AIS-SEC-A.01.01) – Naming (SAI-AIS-NAM-A.01.01)• Security improvements – Start AMF applications as non root – Restrict/control changes of Information Model
  8. 8. • Questions

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