Monday, June 12
In February, 2017, the Linux Foundation introduced the Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP), which is the merger of the open source OPEN-O and ECOMP projects, code bases, and communities. The ONAP project allows operators to automate, design, orchestrate, and manage services and virtual functions. This Mini-Summit examines how open source is moving up the stack and value chain, and the Linux Foundation's harmonization efforts underway to forge a unified vision and ultimately architecture to bring together open source projects and relevant standards. In addition, we will provide an in-depth introduction to the ONAP project, including the trends leading up to the project, scope, organization, etc.
Join us at the ONAP Mini summit to hear and learn from ONAP community experts who will be sharing information about the projects, use cases, capabilities, integration between ONAP and OpenStack/ODL/OPNFV/Other communities, tools and many more exciting topics. This is a great opportunity for the OPNFV attendees to share their thought leadership and innovations at one of the industry’s premier events.
2017年二月，Linux基金会发起开放网络自动平台(简称ONAP）项目，该项目合并了原有的OPEN-O 和 ECOMP两个开源项目，代码库和社区。ONAP项目可让运营商自动设计，编排，和管理服务和虚拟功能。这场小型峰会将探讨开源如何提升堆栈和价值链，以及Linux基金会正在进行中的将网络开源项目和相关统一组织结合在一起的协调努力，以建立统一的愿景和最终的架构。其次，我们将深入地介绍ONAP项目，包括项目趋势，范围，和组织。
|9:00 - 9:20||Introduction to ONAP||Phil Robb||Provide a high-level overview of the project.|
|9:20 - 9:50||ONAP's Vision and Operator's Perspective||Yachen Wang||The use case of Release 1 of ONAP will guide the direction of requirements and functions. As one of the operators in ONAP community, China Mobile would like to contribute the VoLTE use case to promote the community development. Therefore, the presentation will focus on two parts, one is the ONAP vision in the operator view. It will introduce why operator need ONAP, and what kind of benefits will be obtained from ONAP. The other is Operator's requirements. The VoLTE use case will be contributed to the release 1 of ONAP. The general description and requirements will be showed in this part.|
|9:55 - 10:25||Introduction to Service Design and Onboarding in ONAP||Alla Goldner||Join Alla Goldner from Amdocs for an in-depth look at the service design and onboarding process within ONAP, the industryâ€™s leading open source NFV/SDN automation platform. We will focus on the Service Design and Create (SDC) module of ONAP, taking the audience through a demo showing how new enterprise services can be designed, on-boarded and made available through the ONAP platform.|
|10:40 - 11:10||ONAP and OPNFV collaboration: From Infrastructure Support to Machine-Learning||Eric Debeau||Feed-back from OpenECOMP cloud box use-case : main objectives, lessons learnt and future activities. Presentation of use-cases prioritized by Orange covering vEPC, E2E IP connectivity, vCPE with some specific requirements to fit in Orange network/OSS.|
|11:10 - 11:40||Multi-Cloud/VIM for ONAP||Xinhui Li, Bin Yang||Service providers always look for flexibility in its choice of private cloud, public cloud, or hybrid cloud implementations when they deploy ONAP platform on top of virtualized infrastructure. Thus the Multi-Cloud project is currently proposed within ONAP community to enable ONAP to support multiple infrastructure environments. In this presentation, we will provide an overview to the Multi-Cloud project, where it fits in the overall ONAP architecture, and the role it plays as a mediation layer between orchestrator and various cloud infrastructures. We will introduce a pluggable design supporting multiple VIM providers for creating compute, networking, and storage resources, as well as discuss a model-driven framework through which the underline infrastructure capabilities can be exposed in terms of its resource, capacity, service types and operations, telemetry, and constraints.|
|11:40 -12:30||Panel Discussion: The role of Orchestration in Automation||Balaji Ethirajulu (Moderator)Lingli Deng, Qiong Sun, Jamil Chawki, Ashiq Khan||The role of communication service providers and the market segments they address have changed a lot over the last decade. It started with simple fixed line service, followed by IP- based services, Mobile services, VPN, media services such as cable and many more. Over the past few years, telecom operators started to transform their networks by leveraging NFV and SDN and other cloud technologies. In addition, 5G will demand low latency, high bandwidth, faster delivery of services, massive scalability to support billions of IoT devices and deliver services at low cost. To achieve the desired agility, automation of business and operational processes is key.
This Panel is moderated by Balaji Ethirajulu, Director Marketing at Ericsson Inc, will bring together executives from operators to discuss:
*Role of automation in modern networks
*How orchestration can help to achieve the automation needed in future networks.
*Automation in different layers of network from resource layer all the way up to business layer or service layer.
*How Orchestration integrates with existing systems such as NMS/EMS