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Orchestration and Management for Edge Application with ONAP

In the first half of Y2018, Akraino was proposed to be the first Open-Source collaborative project exclusively for edge clouds in Linux Foundation. Akraino is a framework which integrates projects like ONAP, StarlingX and so on. ONAP project handles orchestration and life cycle management on the top layer. StarlingX project is expected to serve as the edge cloud platform which integrates several OpenStack services on the bottom layer. In the presentation, we are going to introduce the joint integration work across the work flow of edge deployment and the internal mechanism of life cycle management, and so forth. Furthermore, we are targeting on one of the use cases named virtual Customer Premises Equipment (vCPE), and try to accelerate its performance on edge through different NFV SW/HW acceleration technologies, such as Hardware Platform Awareness (HPA) support in ONAP. Also we are going to conduct integration testing inside China Mobile's ONAP integration lab.


What can I expect to learn?

- How ONAP works to manage and orchestrate edge applications, components like SDC, SO, VFC, OOF and Multi-Cloud in ONAP

- HPA support in ONAP and acceleration management

- StarlingX experiments on vCPE

- Tips, ideas, and pain points of edge deployment so far

Wednesday, November 14, 3:20pm-4:00pm
Will be recorded
Difficulty Level: Beginner
Intel
Shane Wang is an individual board member of OpenStack Foundation in 2015 and an engineering manager of the Datacenter and Cloud Software (DCS) team at the Open Source Technology Center (OTC), Intel. Shane joined Intel in 2004 after he graduated from Fudan University and got his Ph.D. degree in Computer Science, and since 2007 has been working on open source technologies, spanning low-level... FULL PROFILE