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Wednesday, April 3
 

3:10pm

ONAP / OpenDaylight Integration - Dan Timoney, AT&T; Alexis de Talhouët
ONAP currently uses OpenDaylight by creating a base docker container (as part of the ONAP Common Controller SDK project), which is then used by other ONAP projects to control their own containers.  This methodology works, but is limited in terms of ability to provide a strong feedback loop.  The purpose of this session is for the ONAP and OpenDaylight teams to brainstorm areas for improvement.

Wednesday April 3, 2019 3:10pm - 3:40pm
LL21A

3:10pm

Unconference Session - See Description for Details
ONS offers an LFN Unconference Track and meeting space for projects in the LF Networking initiative for topic discussions, small-team breakouts, etc. We call this an “Unconference” because it’s less about pre-arranged formal presentations, and instead allows for discussion topics of interest to “spring up” before the event or at the event itself. If you work on any of the LF Networking Projects, we welcome you to add your topics/ideas to the wiki and use this space throughout the event.

Wednesday April 3, 2019 3:10pm - 3:40pm
LL21B

3:50pm

Integrate Machine Learning Models into ONAP - Ting Lu & Manoop Talasila, AT&T
Start with an ONAP Adaptor to onboarding ML models from Acumos Marketplace to translated DCAE microservices.  The target is be able to adapt more ML models beyond ONAP Service Assurance function.

Wednesday April 3, 2019 3:50pm - 4:20pm
LL21B

3:50pm

Unconference Session - See Description for Details
ONS offers an LFN Unconference Track and meeting space for projects in the LF Networking initiative for topic discussions, small-team breakouts, etc. We call this an “Unconference” because it’s less about pre-arranged formal presentations, and instead allows for discussion topics of interest to “spring up” before the event or at the event itself. If you work on any of the LF Networking Projects, we welcome you to add your topics/ideas to the wiki and use this space throughout the event.

Wednesday April 3, 2019 3:50pm - 4:20pm
LL21A

4:00pm

LFN MAC Workshop - Brandon Wick & Heather Kirksey, The Linux Foundation
Informal meeting of the MAC to work through current challenges/opportunities.

Wednesday April 3, 2019 4:00pm - 5:30pm
LL20D

4:30pm

OpenSwitch (OPX) NOS Deep Dive - Joe Ghalam, Dell EMC
 A deep-dive session to review the Architecture and design of OPX. The session will include a hands-on session to discuss and interact with OPX via VM

Speakers
avatar for Joe Ghalam

Joe Ghalam

Distinguished Engineer, Dell EMC
Joe is a Distinguished Engineer/Architect at Dell EMC, Networking division. | He's one of the architects of OS10 Networking Operating System for Dell networking equipment. | Joe is also the Technical Steering Committee Chair for OpenSwitch (OPX).


Wednesday April 3, 2019 4:30pm - 5:00pm
LL21A

4:30pm

Unconference Session - See Description for Details
ONS offers an LFN Unconference Track and meeting space for projects in the LF Networking initiative for topic discussions, small-team breakouts, etc. We call this an “Unconference” because it’s less about pre-arranged formal presentations, and instead allows for discussion topics of interest to “spring up” before the event or at the event itself. If you work on any of the LF Networking Projects, we welcome you to add your topics/ideas to the wiki and use this space throughout the event.

Wednesday April 3, 2019 4:30pm - 5:00pm
LL21B
 
Thursday, April 4
 

11:10am

TAC F2F - Casey Cain, The Linux Foundation
F2F discussion

Thursday April 4, 2019 11:10am - 11:40am
LL21B

11:10am

Unconference Session - See Description for Details
ONS offers an LFN Unconference Track and meeting space for projects in the LF Networking initiative for topic discussions, small-team breakouts, etc. We call this an “Unconference” because it’s less about pre-arranged formal presentations, and instead allows for discussion topics of interest to “spring up” before the event or at the event itself. If you work on any of the LF Networking Projects, we welcome you to add your topics/ideas to the wiki and use this space throughout the event.

Thursday April 4, 2019 11:10am - 11:40am
LL21A

11:50am

ONAP Wiki Architecture and Information Modeling - Kenny Paul & Jim Baker, The Linux Foundation
Let's face it, the wiki sucks the way it is currently organized and used. This is a day-1 issue we need to address to scale this program effectively, more quickly on-board new contributors and simplify navagation.

Thursday April 4, 2019 11:50am - 12:20pm
LL21A

11:50am

Unconference Session - See Description for Details
ONS offers an LFN Unconference Track and meeting space for projects in the LF Networking initiative for topic discussions, small-team breakouts, etc. We call this an “Unconference” because it’s less about pre-arranged formal presentations, and instead allows for discussion topics of interest to “spring up” before the event or at the event itself. If you work on any of the LF Networking Projects, we welcome you to add your topics/ideas to the wiki and use this space throughout the event.

Thursday April 4, 2019 11:50am - 12:20pm
LL21B

1:50pm

Compliance & Verification Committee Meeting (With End User Advisory Group) - Lincoln Lavoie, UNH; Rabi Abdel
The CVC is responsible for the oversight and development of the compliance and certification programs with the LFN projects.  As part of the ongoing strategy planning, the LFN Board members and End User Advisory  Group were surveyed for their interests, needs, and priorities.  This session will review the final survey date and the CVC group's key findings, as well as the updates to the strategy, based on this input.

Thursday April 4, 2019 1:50pm - 2:20pm
LL21B

1:50pm

Unconference Session - See Description for Details
ONS offers an LFN Unconference Track and meeting space for projects in the LF Networking initiative for topic discussions, small-team breakouts, etc. We call this an “Unconference” because it’s less about pre-arranged formal presentations, and instead allows for discussion topics of interest to “spring up” before the event or at the event itself. If you work on any of the LF Networking Projects, we welcome you to add your topics/ideas to the wiki and use this space throughout the event.

Thursday April 4, 2019 1:50pm - 2:20pm
LL21A

2:30pm

OPNFV Iruya Release Planning - David McBride, The Linux Foundation & Bin Hu, AT&T
Changes are coming to OPNFV!  What will the Iruya release look like? What about XCI? Come join the discussion!

Thursday April 4, 2019 2:30pm - 3:00pm
LL21A

3:40pm

Compliance & Verification Committee Meeting - Lincoln Lavoie, UNH & Rabi Abdel
A critical component to the development of certification programs is the strategy to ensure the programs align with end users needs, expectations, and schedules.  Based on the feedback received during the joint meeting with the End User Advisory Group and additional findings from the survey, the CVC group will discuss changes to the program strategies and next steps to engage with the technical teams.

Thursday April 4, 2019 3:40pm - 4:10pm
LL21B

4:20pm

OPNFV XCI - Past, Present, Future - Fatih Degirmenci
What is OPNFV Cross Community CI (XCI), the current status, future plans, how it could help other communities with regards to providing feedback from production-like environment and additional capacity to test software.

Thursday April 4, 2019 4:20pm - 4:50pm
LL21B

5:00pm

TAC Infrastructure Work Group - Casey Cain, The Linux Foundation
 F2F discussion regarding toolchain migration/consolidation

Thursday April 4, 2019 5:00pm - 5:30pm
LL21B
 
Friday, April 5
 

11:10am

O-RAN Software Community and Its Open Source Role in RAN - John Murray, AT&T; David Streibl; Vincent Danno; Lusheng Ji
The session will provide an opportunity to discuss the openness and flexibility of the Radio Access Network software through collaboration with the O-RAN Alliance and its specifications. The O-RAN Software community’s goal is to accelerate the commercialization of O-RAN networks through an open source approach and enable innovation and functionality in the RAN and 5G.

Friday April 5, 2019 11:10am - 11:40am
LL21A

11:10am

Unconference Session - See Description for Details
ONS offers an LFN Unconference Track and meeting space for projects in the LF Networking initiative for topic discussions, small-team breakouts, etc. We call this an “Unconference” because it’s less about pre-arranged formal presentations, and instead allows for discussion topics of interest to “spring up” before the event or at the event itself. If you work on any of the LF Networking Projects, we welcome you to add your topics/ideas to the wiki and use this space throughout the event.

Friday April 5, 2019 11:10am - 11:40am
LL21B

11:50am

ONAP & Open Source Security: Myth or Reality? - Pawel Pawlak, Orange; Amy Zwarico, AT&T; Samuli Kuusela, Ericsson
We would like to share with open source community our latest achievements in the security area but also would like to exchange on how other projects are dealing with security topics.

Friday April 5, 2019 11:50am - 12:20pm
LL21B

11:50am

Unconference Session - See Description for Details
ONS offers an LFN Unconference Track and meeting space for projects in the LF Networking initiative for topic discussions, small-team breakouts, etc. We call this an “Unconference” because it’s less about pre-arranged formal presentations, and instead allows for discussion topics of interest to “spring up” before the event or at the event itself. If you work on any of the LF Networking Projects, we welcome you to add your topics/ideas to the wiki and use this space throughout the event.

Friday April 5, 2019 11:50am - 12:20pm
LL21A

1:50pm

Tell Us Your Wishes about ONAP - Catherine Lefevre, AT&T
Let's collect any post-ONAP Dublin request in terms of requirements/3 years roadmap, process / tool-chain improvements, TSC focus & priorities, ONAP Release Milestones/Timeline, etc.

Friday April 5, 2019 1:50pm - 2:20pm
LL21A

1:50pm

Unconference Session - See Description for Details
ONS offers an LFN Unconference Track and meeting space for projects in the LF Networking initiative for topic discussions, small-team breakouts, etc. We call this an “Unconference” because it’s less about pre-arranged formal presentations, and instead allows for discussion topics of interest to “spring up” before the event or at the event itself. If you work on any of the LF Networking Projects, we welcome you to add your topics/ideas to the wiki and use this space throughout the event.

Friday April 5, 2019 1:50pm - 2:20pm
LL21B

2:30pm

Unconference Session - See Description for Details
ONS offers an LFN Unconference Track and meeting space for projects in the LF Networking initiative for topic discussions, small-team breakouts, etc. We call this an “Unconference” because it’s less about pre-arranged formal presentations, and instead allows for discussion topics of interest to “spring up” before the event or at the event itself. If you work on any of the LF Networking Projects, we welcome you to add your topics/ideas to the wiki and use this space throughout the event.

Friday April 5, 2019 2:30pm - 3:00pm
LL21A

2:30pm

Unconference Session - See Description for Details
ONS offers an LFN Unconference Track and meeting space for projects in the LF Networking initiative for topic discussions, small-team breakouts, etc. We call this an “Unconference” because it’s less about pre-arranged formal presentations, and instead allows for discussion topics of interest to “spring up” before the event or at the event itself. If you work on any of the LF Networking Projects, we welcome you to add your topics/ideas to the wiki and use this space throughout the event.

Friday April 5, 2019 2:30pm - 3:00pm
LL21B

3:10pm

Leverage OPNFV Test Frameworks - David McBride, The Linux Foundation & Bin Hu, AT&T
OPNFV has developed significant functional and performance test assets including frameworks, tools, methods, test cases and test data. For an overview of the OPNFV Test Ecosystem refer to https://docs.opnfv.org/en/stable-gambia/testing/ecosystem/overview.html. The significant investments in OPNFV test projects and related activities could be leveraged by other  LFN projects that require testing of integrated upstream ingredients and platforms. This discussion is to brainstorm about how to reuse existing work and artifacts so that we do not reinvent proverbial wheels in this arena. All ideas and input are welcome!

Friday April 5, 2019 3:10pm - 3:40pm
LL21B

3:10pm

Unconference Session - See Description for Details
ONS offers an LFN Unconference Track and meeting space for projects in the LF Networking initiative for topic discussions, small-team breakouts, etc. We call this an “Unconference” because it’s less about pre-arranged formal presentations, and instead allows for discussion topics of interest to “spring up” before the event or at the event itself. If you work on any of the LF Networking Projects, we welcome you to add your topics/ideas to the wiki and use this space throughout the event.

Friday April 5, 2019 3:10pm - 3:40pm
LL21A

4:10pm

Unconference Session - See Description for Details
ONS offers an LFN Unconference Track and meeting space for projects in the LF Networking initiative for topic discussions, small-team breakouts, etc. We call this an “Unconference” because it’s less about pre-arranged formal presentations, and instead allows for discussion topics of interest to “spring up” before the event or at the event itself. If you work on any of the LF Networking Projects, we welcome you to add your topics/ideas to the wiki and use this space throughout the event.

Friday April 5, 2019 4:10pm - 4:40pm
LL21A

4:10pm

Unconference Session - See Description for Details
ONS offers an LFN Unconference Track and meeting space for projects in the LF Networking initiative for topic discussions, small-team breakouts, etc. We call this an “Unconference” because it’s less about pre-arranged formal presentations, and instead allows for discussion topics of interest to “spring up” before the event or at the event itself. If you work on any of the LF Networking Projects, we welcome you to add your topics/ideas to the wiki and use this space throughout the event.

Friday April 5, 2019 4:10pm - 4:40pm
LL21B

4:50pm

Unconference Session - See Description for Details
ONS offers an LFN Unconference Track and meeting space for projects in the LF Networking initiative for topic discussions, small-team breakouts, etc. We call this an “Unconference” because it’s less about pre-arranged formal presentations, and instead allows for discussion topics of interest to “spring up” before the event or at the event itself. If you work on any of the LF Networking Projects, we welcome you to add your topics/ideas to the wiki and use this space throughout the event.

Friday April 5, 2019 4:50pm - 5:20pm
LL21B

4:50pm

Unconference Session - See Description for Details
ONS offers an LFN Unconference Track and meeting space for projects in the LF Networking initiative for topic discussions, small-team breakouts, etc. We call this an “Unconference” because it’s less about pre-arranged formal presentations, and instead allows for discussion topics of interest to “spring up” before the event or at the event itself. If you work on any of the LF Networking Projects, we welcome you to add your topics/ideas to the wiki and use this space throughout the event.

Friday April 5, 2019 4:50pm - 5:20pm
LL21A