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Monday, December 11
 

2:20pm

An Introduction to the ONAP Operations Manager (OOM)
The ONAP Operations Manager provides life-cycle and configuration management for the ONAP platform. At its core is the industry-leading, production-proven container management system of Kubernetes. This session will explore how OOM provides an easy “one-click” deployment of ONAP that is running and fully functional in just 7 minutes!

Speakers
avatar for Mike Elliott

Mike Elliott

Senior Architect, Amdocs
Mike is a Senior Software Architect at Amdocs and is currently working with Bell Canada on its Network Service Orchestration Platform and the OOM project. He brings more than 23 years of experience building highly scalable, performant platforms and software solutions. And looks forward... Read More →
avatar for David Sauvageau

David Sauvageau

Senior Manager/Senior Architect, Bell Canada/Amdocs
David Sauvageau is the Senior Manager of Network Service Orchestration and Automation platforms at Bell Canada. His current objective is to drive internal innovation and accelerate the SDN/NFV journey through the architecture, implementation and operations of open network automation... Read More →


Monday December 11, 2017 2:20pm - 2:50pm
Auditorium https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_OMnUSYwkQeeKfpx0KBebYg

2:50pm

Deploy ONAP/OOM on Any Environment
ONAP on OOM via Kubernetes can be installed on any public/private cloud VM and on-premises equipment that provides for either a bare-metal or virtual Ubuntu VM. Therefore OOM has been verified as expected to function in AWS, GCE, Rackspace, Openstack and several different types of local systems running VMware, VirtualBox and bare metal Ubuntu Installations. This hands-on will provide guidance on installing the ONAP OOM deployment option on most any system that SEs, Testers, Developers and Architect would need to be able to bring up ONAP. We will demonstrate existing and new deploys on several cloud and physical systems and will be available to ONAP attendees wishing to install ONAP on their own environment. We will demonstrate ONAP installation via OOM Kubernetes on various already proven public cloud and local machine environments Provide a Hands on lab helping developers setup/test their public cloud OOM deployments Provide a Hands on lab assisting developers setup/test their personal OOM lab or laptop deployments with various subsets of ONAP particular to their development requirement. Public cloud environments are primarily but not limited to the following Amazon AWS EC2 - VM Google Compute Engine - VM Rackspace Openstack VM Private Openstack VM ONAP open-lab VM alibabacloud.com VM (pending) VMWare Fusion/Workstation VM on laptop/remote desktop server Oracle VirtualBox VM on laptop/remote desktop server. Possibly a cluster of Intel NUC's. See Tracking Wiki at https://wiki.onap.org/display/DW/ONAP+on+Kubernetes See Tracking JIRA at https://jira.onap.org/browse/OOM-395 Recommended Prerequisites: "An Introduction to the ONAP Operations Manager (OOM)" Recommended Follow Up Presentations: "ONAP/OOM for Developers" and "Continuous Integration/Deployment using ONAP on Kubernetes via OOM"

Speakers
avatar for Michael O'Brien

Michael O'Brien

Software Architect NFV, Amdocs
Michael O'Brien is a overly enthusiastic Software Architect with Amdocs working with the open-source ONAP (Open Network Automation Platform) within the LInux Foundation. Ongoing work is with the OOM (ONAP Operations Manager) and the Logging-Analytics projects. These projects involve... Read More →


Monday December 11, 2017 2:50pm - 3:15pm
Auditorium https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_OMnUSYwkQeeKfpx0KBebYg

3:30pm

OOM Centralized Configuration Management
ONAP is comprised of many applications, that are (as of release 1.1) built from over 100 docker containers. Each of which requires some level of configuration. In addition, nearly every application manages its own configuration in a unique way. This has lead to duplicate configuration values across the applications and no centralized configuration. In the ONAP Operations Manager, hierarchical configuration provides the ability to override application and component level configuration, allowing ONAP to be centrally configured. In this session you will learn how this was accomplished using Kubernetes ConfigMaps, container injected environment variables and the Helm template language. Recommended Prerequisite: An Introduction to the ONAP Operations Manager (OOM)

Speakers
avatar for Mike Elliott

Mike Elliott

Senior Architect, Amdocs
Mike is a Senior Software Architect at Amdocs and is currently working with Bell Canada on its Network Service Orchestration Platform and the OOM project. He brings more than 23 years of experience building highly scalable, performant platforms and software solutions. And looks forward... Read More →


Monday December 11, 2017 3:30pm - 4:00pm
175 https://zoom.us/j/204587705

4:00pm

OOM for a Carrier Grade ONAP Deployment
The ONAP Operations Manager integrates technologies like Kubernetes and Consul to bring resiliency, reliability and scalability to the ONAP platform. In this session see how OOM leverages existing, proven technologies to address the needs of a Carrier Grade ONAP. This will include demonstration of such capabilities as: - failure detection and recovery - active health monitoring - high-availability - clustering - scalability Also learn how a carrier is already using OOM in production today! Recommended Prerequisite: An Introduction to the ONAP Operations Manager (OOM)

Speakers
MC

Marc-Alexandre Choquette

Sr. Technical Architect, Bell Canada
avatar for Mike Elliott

Mike Elliott

Senior Architect, Amdocs
Mike is a Senior Software Architect at Amdocs and is currently working with Bell Canada on its Network Service Orchestration Platform and the OOM project. He brings more than 23 years of experience building highly scalable, performant platforms and software solutions. And looks forward... Read More →


Monday December 11, 2017 4:00pm - 4:30pm
175 https://zoom.us/j/204587705

4:30pm

Transaction Traceability Across ONAP Components
The Logging and Analytics project aims to make it possible to easily trace the flow of a transaction through various components of an ONAP deployment in near-real time. This session will provide an introduction to the project and brief discussion of the proposed ONAP logging standard. Capping off the presentation will be a demonstration of the current capabilities using the ELK stack to trace events in an ONAP environment deployed using OOM. Recommended Prerequisite: An Introduction to the ONAP Operations Manager (OOM)

Speakers
avatar for James MacNider

James MacNider

Software Architect, Amdocs
James is a Software Architect working in the Open Network division of Amdocs. He works on ONAP and is currently focused on the SDN-C and Logging Enhancements projects. He has more than 16 years of experience working in the telecom industry working on server-side network applica... Read More →



Monday December 11, 2017 4:30pm - 5:00pm
175 https://zoom.us/j/204587705

5:00pm

Towards a Comprehensive ONAP Operations Management Solution
Currently, ONAP Operations Manager enables deployment of ONAP components as containerized microservices using K8s. This session discusses key architectural aspects for a comprehensive ONAP operations management solution. It serves as a single platform for deployment of containerized ONAP components using K8s on VM-based and bare metal hosts. VM-based hosts provide proven HW security, especially for open source components, and a HW agnostic programming layer. It simplifies workload management by enabling deployment of containerized applications including VNFs and VM-based VNFs in the same cloud instance with secure policy controls. This session demonstrates this architecture using a multi-vendor demo where a VMware VIO 4.0 Cloud instance runs in the core data center hosting the ONAP components and vDNS VNF and a Wind River Titanium Cloud instance runs in the edge data center and hosts the vFW VNF.

Speakers
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Ram

Lead Technologist, OpenSource NFV, VMware
Ramki has a deep understanding of various technologies and strong business acumen to lead and transform innovation into customer-winning products. His expertise includes a wide range of technologies and markets - SDN, Virtualization etc. Ramki drove an extremely successful differentiated... Read More →


Monday December 11, 2017 5:00pm - 5:30pm
175 https://zoom.us/j/204587705
 
Tuesday, December 12
 

9:15am

OOM Team Session 1
Speakers
avatar for Michael O'Brien

Michael O'Brien

Software Architect NFV, Amdocs
Michael O'Brien is a overly enthusiastic Software Architect with Amdocs working with the open-source ONAP (Open Network Automation Platform) within the LInux Foundation. Ongoing work is with the OOM (ONAP Operations Manager) and the Logging-Analytics projects. These projects involve... Read More →


Tuesday December 12, 2017 9:15am - 10:00am
152 https://zoom.us/j/320980942

11:00am

ONAP/OOM for Developers
The ONAP OOM project provides for all 3 types of deployment (Production ONAP system, CD/Continuous Delivery testing and developer deployment). This hands-on session is for developers of ONAP that wish to bring up all or parts of ONAP that they would like run around a specific component that is undergoing development (swapping out the war/jar and/or hitting debugger breakpoints inside a specific container). There is a separate discussion on the ONAP OOM project in general (Production ONAP) as well as another presentation on CI/CD deployment - this hands on is specific to using OOM to aide developers. An introduction to the OOM ONAP project and how to use it as a development/testing environment Work with several already deployed OOM installations of ONAP of varying deployment levels 1: A full ONAP deploy in a 64G cloud VM - setup for development that includes breakpoint ports 2: A subset ONAP deployment setup for dynamic development around a specific component and a select set of adjacent microservices like AA&I, SDC, SDCN or MSO for example OOM Kubernetes devops as required Available as a resource to help install an ONAP environment on developer laptops and VM environments (local VMWare VM, AWS, Google, Openstack, the open-lab) Swapping out artifacts and containers for developer modified versions Hitting breakpoints into specific microservices in a specific docker container of a Kubernetes pod via IDE Rotating live deployments in a public lab on AWS EC2 See Tracking Wiki at https://wiki.onap.org/display/DW/ONAP+on+Kubernetes See Tracking JIRA at https://jira.onap.org/browse/OOM-375 Recommended Prerequisites: "An Introduction to the ONAP Operations Manager (OOM)" "Deploy ONAP/OOM on any Environment" Recommended Follow Up Presentations: "ONAP/OOM for Developers" and to a lesser extent "Continuous Integration/Deployment using ONAP on Kubernetes via OOM"

Speakers
avatar for Michael O'Brien

Michael O'Brien

Software Architect NFV, Amdocs
Michael O'Brien is a overly enthusiastic Software Architect with Amdocs working with the open-source ONAP (Open Network Automation Platform) within the LInux Foundation. Ongoing work is with the OOM (ONAP Operations Manager) and the Logging-Analytics projects. These projects involve... Read More →


Tuesday December 12, 2017 11:00am - 11:45am
174 https://zoom.us/j/374731949

11:45am

ONAP CI/CD using OOM Kubernetes
Development at ONAP occurs on the master branch. The ONAP project is therefore in need of an automated end-to-end integration sanity to declare a particular tagged build sane and working at some defined level of functionality. This tagged build would represent a snapshot of war/jar artifacts and docker images - usually a nightly or commit triggered tag. Automatically determining the status of the master master branch can be accomplished by running a continuous deployment framework after CI finishes and builds the artifacts in response to a git merge trigger callback. This presentation will go over a particular implementation of a short regression test (as opposed to a full long regression) - that exercises an extended health check and the automated subset of the vFirewall use case demo to mark a particular tagged build as good. Developers can then consume the build/pull and update their environments with only builds marked as OK (a TBD level). This CD job can also verify that a commit did not break integration with other components - as much as the sanity can provide maximum spanning coverage for. The presentation will run from triggered Jenkins jobs that deploy for example an Amazon AWS EC2 spot VM, deploy OOM, run health and the vFirewall, collect logs/results and tear down the temporary VM. The process from the Jenkins artifact creation trigger to VM teardown is between 20-60 min per trigger - depending on docker image preload. A combination of several pre-recordings and parallel live/background demos will compress the actual time to demonstrate ONAP CD in several passes. Northbound clients like the OPNFV Auto project and CNCF can also mark builds as ready to work with by subscribing to the CD result stream. In summary: Automatically deploy ONAP OOM based on git submission artifact generation Run extended healthcheck and automated parts of vFirewall E2E sanity use case Report back on whether specific tag (code, artifacts, docker image repos) is sane and ready for developer and northbound (CNCF, OPNFV) consumption By default tear down OOM deployment after testing - or keep a rolling set - up for testing, or provide saved tagged AMI for later reproduction The CD deploy will - depending on commit/merge load test 1 or more merges per CD job See redeploy sh script on https://jira.onap.org/browse/INT-120, https://jira.onap.org/browse/OOM-150 - Deployment Integration Jenkins job using OOM-K8S - to validate branch Rotating live deployments in a public lab on AWS EC2 Feeds directly into the development process, could show benefits vs Docker Compose/Vagrant Discuss https://jira.onap.org/browse/OOM-357 - CNCF CrossCloud Deployment/CI Integration with ONAP Discuss https://wiki.onap.org/display/DW/OPNFV+Integration - OPNFV Northbound client integration with ONAP Discuss results of OPNFV Plugfest - https://wiki.opnfv.org/display/EVNT/Plugfest+Planning+Page 1 week before our F2F See prototype on https://wiki.onap.org/display/DW/ONAP+on+Amazon+EC2 See Tracking Wiki at https://wiki.onap.org/display/DW/ONAP+on+Kubernetes See Tracking JIRA at https://jira.onap.org/browse/OOM-393 and https://jira.onap.org/browse/INT-120 Recommended Prerequisites: "An Introduction to the ONAP Operations Manager (OOM)" "Deploy ONAP/OOM on any Environment" Recommended Follow Up Presentations: "ONAP/OOM for Developers"

Speakers
avatar for Michael O'Brien

Michael O'Brien

Software Architect NFV, Amdocs
Michael O'Brien is a overly enthusiastic Software Architect with Amdocs working with the open-source ONAP (Open Network Automation Platform) within the LInux Foundation. Ongoing work is with the OOM (ONAP Operations Manager) and the Logging-Analytics projects. These projects involve... Read More →


Tuesday December 12, 2017 11:45am - 12:30pm
174 https://zoom.us/j/374731949

2:30pm

OOM Team Session 2
Speakers
avatar for Michael O'Brien

Michael O'Brien

Software Architect NFV, Amdocs
Michael O'Brien is a overly enthusiastic Software Architect with Amdocs working with the open-source ONAP (Open Network Automation Platform) within the LInux Foundation. Ongoing work is with the OOM (ONAP Operations Manager) and the Logging-Analytics projects. These projects involve... Read More →


Tuesday December 12, 2017 2:30pm - 3:15pm
167 https://zoom.us/j/159986462

3:30pm

OOM Walk-in Session 1
Speakers
avatar for Michael O'Brien

Michael O'Brien

Software Architect NFV, Amdocs
Michael O'Brien is a overly enthusiastic Software Architect with Amdocs working with the open-source ONAP (Open Network Automation Platform) within the LInux Foundation. Ongoing work is with the OOM (ONAP Operations Manager) and the Logging-Analytics projects. These projects involve... Read More →


Tuesday December 12, 2017 3:30pm - 4:15pm
169 https://zoom.us/j/978514895
 
Wednesday, December 13
 

11:20am

OOM Team Session 3
Speakers
avatar for Michael O'Brien

Michael O'Brien

Software Architect NFV, Amdocs
Michael O'Brien is a overly enthusiastic Software Architect with Amdocs working with the open-source ONAP (Open Network Automation Platform) within the LInux Foundation. Ongoing work is with the OOM (ONAP Operations Manager) and the Logging-Analytics projects. These projects involve... Read More →


Wednesday December 13, 2017 11:20am - 12:30pm
152 https://zoom.us/j/320980942

1:45pm

OOM Walk-in Session 2
Speakers
avatar for Michael O'Brien

Michael O'Brien

Software Architect NFV, Amdocs
Michael O'Brien is a overly enthusiastic Software Architect with Amdocs working with the open-source ONAP (Open Network Automation Platform) within the LInux Foundation. Ongoing work is with the OOM (ONAP Operations Manager) and the Logging-Analytics projects. These projects involve... Read More →


Wednesday December 13, 2017 1:45pm - 2:30pm
174 https://zoom.us/j/374731949

4:15pm

Enabling Workloads Orchestration in Containers via Multi Cloud
Today ONAP OOM enables deployment of ONAP components as containerized microservices in a k8s cluster. On the other hand, workload deployment and orchestration in k8s clusters is expected to play an essential role in ONAP operational success. This presentation discusses an architectural vision of orchestrating workloads in container clusters via Multi Cloud. The key aspects for a comprehensive ONAP workloads orchestration are discussed, including deploying containerized workloads, e.g. VNFs [IETF NFVRG Talk], into k8s clusters on bare metal in edge cloud. ONAP Multi Cloud component serves as a single platform for deployment and orchestration of containerized workloads as well as classical VM-based workloads in true multiple infrastructures, including clouds, k8s on CaaS/cloud, k8s on bare metal, etc. It simplifies workload management and improves ONAP’s user experience.

Speakers
avatar for Gil Hellmann

Gil Hellmann

VP. Global Solutions Engineering, Wind River
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Bin Hu

AT&T
Bin Hu is a PMTS of AT&T, focusing on network virtualization, SDN and edge cloud computing. He was the Winner of OPNFV 2015 Annual Award. His previous speaking experience includes Linux Foundation Collaborative Summit (2016), OPNFV Summit (2015 and 2016), OpenStack Summit (2015, 2016... Read More →
R

Ram

Lead Technologist, OpenSource NFV, VMware
Ramki has a deep understanding of various technologies and strong business acumen to lead and transform innovation into customer-winning products. His expertise includes a wide range of technologies and markets - SDN, Virtualization etc. Ramki drove an extremely successful differentiated... Read More →
SV

Sumit Verdi

Director, Lighthouse Solutions, VMWare



Wednesday December 13, 2017 4:15pm - 4:50pm
Auditorium https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_OMnUSYwkQeeKfpx0KBebYg