December 11-13  - Santa Clara, CA
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Developing ONAP [clear filter]
Monday, December 11


Documenting ONAP
Documentation is a very important aspect of every product or service. Would you buy a washer machine without a user’s manual ? ;-) The presentation’s goal is to explain the importance of documenting ONAP and multiple ways how it could be done. According Wikipedia “The knowledge management is the process of creating, sharing, using and managing the knowledge and information of an organisation. It refers to a multidisciplinary approach to achieving organisational objectives by making the best use of knowledge.” We could say that with the digitalization era it is assumed that information is available for everyone at any time. How it looks with ONAP? First of all the solution is quite complex, modular, relies on multiple areas of expertise, knowledge of multiple components and APIs between them. For some developers creating code is fun but documenting it is boring/nightmare. Presentation aims at sharing some good practices of documenting the ONAP with Wiki, Jira, Orange UML open source tool EtherPlant, session recordings etc.

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Pawel Pawlak

Leader in IT & Network Convergent Operations, Orange
Pawel has over 15 years of telco industry experience at Orange, including over 13 years of multiple Network projects management and around 7 years of internal professional services delivery. On his current position as Leader in IT & Network Convergent Operations he is exploring new... Read More →

Monday December 11, 2017 1:50pm - 2:20pm
174 https://zoom.us/j/374731949


Portal Platform and SDK Features for ONAP Developers
We present a deep dive into the ONAP Portal Platform and discuss how to build a Portal/SDK-based application. The Portal Platform is a centralized web-based application running in the cloud environment and is responsible for orchestrating ONAP applications and functions. The Platform features include centralized access control, user management, dashboards, application administration, common UI controls, system monitoring/audit, system notifications, user messaging, access history, personalization etc. The Portal’s SDK can be used as a base for any ONAP application. The SDK bundles together a host of different tools, technologies, and standards that will assist the teams during the development phase, simplifies operation with the ONAP Portal's features such as user and role management, and provides a look and feel for a uniform user experience across ONAP applications.

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Manoop Talasila

Principal-Inventive Scientist, AT&T
Manoop Talasila is from AT&T Labs working as Principal-Inventive Scientist and currently holding the PTL position for ONAP Portal Platform project. He has been working as software architect for over 11 years and have led platform development projects in various domains. Since 2015... Read More →

Monday December 11, 2017 4:30pm - 5:30pm
105B https://zoom.us/j/401969424
Tuesday, December 12


How to Setup a Development Environment for ONAP
Open Network Automation Platform(ONAP) consists in a set of heterogeneous components from Open ECOMP and Open-O projects. Their initial setup varies from component to component, resulting in a barrier for new ONAP developers to begin contributing. ONAP on Vagrant is a project which collects setup instructions of different ONAP components and provides an automated mechanism of provisioning development environments. Having a standardized provisioning method reduces the changes to have configuration issues. After this talk, you’ll be able to create your development and start contributing to ONAP.


Victor Morales

Senior Cloud Engineer, Intel
Victor Morales is a Senior Cloud Engineer with +13 years of experience in software solutions. Co-founder of the OpenStackGDL community in Guadalajara, Mexico and an OpenStack Contributor since Havana Release. He enjoys building solutions that are easy to use, scale and adapt. In ClearLinux... Read More →

Tuesday December 12, 2017 9:15am - 10:00am
175 https://zoom.us/j/204587705


ONAP Open Source Practice: Codifying Upstream First with Lessons from OpenDaylight, OPNFV and OpenStack
Open Network Automatic Project (ONAP) burst onto the scene as an open source project in early 2016. At the start of ONAP many of the companies and people working on the project began with limited experience in open source. This talk discusses how the ONAP community can continue to learn from established open source networking projects. This presentation will explain 'upstream first' and highlight useful open source process, practice and principles that the ONAP community can adopt from other Open Source Networking Projects like OpenDaylight, OPNFV and OpenStack. As ONAP project matures and focus moves to building a stable, telco grade platform, Open source practice must also continue to improve and mature.

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Marcus Williams

Network Software Engineer, Intel
Marcus Williams is a Software Engineer on Intel’s SDN Orchestration Team. He works on ONAP and is a committer on SDNC, CCSDK and APPC projects. He is committer emeritus OpenDaylight Relese Engineering (RELENG) and OPNFV Controller Performance (CPERF). He has previously spoken multiple... Read More →

Tuesday December 12, 2017 10:00am - 10:45am
175 https://zoom.us/j/204587705


ONAP Developer's LAB - Dev and Integration Testing Tutorial
Essentials hands-on Tutorial covering best practices for OpenStack development and ONAP integration testing when using the Intel hosted Developer’s Lab; with an emphasis on developing to meet carrier grade requirements in the Beijing release.

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Stephen Gooch

Stephen Gooch, Wind River an Intel Company
Stephen Gooch is a passionate promoter of NFV ecosystem cooperation within the open source community. For the past 18 years, he has represented and supported Wind River’s partner ecosystem as a hands-on technical resource. Currently, Stephen administers the technical execution of... Read More →

Tuesday December 12, 2017 1:45pm - 2:30pm
174 https://zoom.us/j/374731949


S3P: Scale Testing the Network Control Plane
Analyses of network controller performance are often referred to by the acronym S3P, representing scale, stability, security, and performance. Creation of a suitable test environment is often complicated by lack of available resources, inaccurate emulation of network agents, and difficulty ensuring all of the microservices in your network will scale together. Recent work investigating the scale performance of OpenDaylight controlling OpenStack Neutron networks has uncovered many issues that then led to improvements in ODL performance at scale. With OpenDaylight as the leading network controller in projects such as ONAP and OpenStack understanding the performance of the network control plane is critical to enabling performance of these platforms at scale. This talk will describe some of the complexities of network controller performance analysis, the difficulties that arise during testing of a scaled-out software defined network, and some of the findings from our recent work that can simplify the creation of a scale test environment.

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Matt Welch

SDN Software Engineer, Intel Corp.
Matt is a Network Software Engineer working in Intel's Datacenter Network Solutions Group. Matt has always been interested in making things go faster so understanding the performance of the network and complex systems is a recurring theme in his work. He is currently interested in... Read More →

Tuesday December 12, 2017 3:30pm - 4:15pm
174 https://zoom.us/j/374731949
Wednesday, December 13


Progressing ONAP Testing and Integration With a "Dummy VNF"
The testing and integration of ONAP can develop quickest if the designers can do their testing locally. To have the real VNFs locally is cumbersome and requires the designers to have knowledge of the VNFs to use it for their use cases . Having a dummy VNF that can be tuned to support different ONAP use cases can accelerate testing and improve the level of End to End testing that is possible


Andrew Fenner

Software Engineer, Ericsson
Working as a senior Software Engineer for Ericsson in various different roles over a period of 20 years. Mostly concentrating on O&M activities for many different network functions within the telecomunications network. Has worked in all different aspects of software development from... Read More →

Wednesday December 13, 2017 1:45pm - 2:30pm
Auditorium https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_OMnUSYwkQeeKfpx0KBebYg