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#T-NOVA Descriptor Repository ##Introduction This repository contains the templates and example descriptors used in Project T-NOVA. The current folder structure contains:

  • ETSI defined descriptors (etsi_<descriptor_name>)
  • T-NOVA defined descriptors (t-nova_<descriptor_name>)
  • Example descriptors for a Network Service containing a single VNF comprised of 2 VNFCs. (example_<descriptor_name>)
  • T-NOVA VNFs descriptor files (<vnf_name>_<descriptor_name>)

##Descriptors ###ETSI Descriptors Current ETSI ISG NFV proposal as laid out in ETSI GS NFV-MAN 001 v 1.1.1

Definitions

As suggested by ETSI documentation the relation model for a VNFD is illustrated in the following figure

###T-NOVA Descriptors Project related sections have been added in order to acommodate its developements and requirements. Notably you may find additional sections for the Marketplace, Monitoring, EPA and VNF configuration.

###Example Descriptors

####Introduction This set of descriptors serve as an example for the definition of the appropriate VNFD and NSD required for the composotion of a NS comprised by a single dataplane VNF in this case a Virtual Traffic Classifier VNF. The basic functionality of the VNF is to accept incoming packets (data-in) analyse heade and payload information and forward the traffic (data-out) after the appropriate marking/prioritisation policies have been places on the packets categorised under certain service/application categories.

The VNFD and NSD are based on the .

####Definitions

figure

In order to simplify the model it is assumed that each VDU contains only one VNFC.

####VNF Architecture

VNF Requirements
  1. Data In interface
  2. Data Out Interface
  3. VNFC1 - VNFC2 interconnection
  4. Public IP for the VNFC1 (management)
  5. at least 1 Core per VNFC and 2G RAM
  6. 4 vNICs per VNFC

VNF Monitoring

Simple implementation of the integrated monitoring deamon as proposed

VNF Configuration

  • VNFC1 IP address using dhcp

####Deployment Model
####Assumptions

  1. NS comprises a single VNF
  2. A vdu comprises of a single VNFC
  3. The network model for VNF deployment assumes the creation of 4 tenant networks namely:
    • Management: used for internal management communication and signaling
    • Monitoring: used for the monitoring agent communications with the VNFC
    • Storage: used for connecting VNFC to persistent or non-persistent storage
    • Datapath: used for the data that traverse the VNFC

T-NOVA VNFs Descriptors

For T-NOVA four VNFs are currently anticipated

  • Virtual Traffic Classifier (vTC)
  • Virtual Security Appliance (vSA)
  • Virtual Session Border Controller (vSBC)
  • Virtual Home Gateway (vHG)

#Openstack Orchestration templates (HEAT)

Some preliminary examples have been included under the 'HEAT' directory in the repository.

##References

  1. Terminology for Main Concepts in NFV - ETSI GS NFV 003 V1.2.1 (2014-12)
  2. Management and Orchestration - ETSI GS NFV-MAN 001 V1.1.1 (2014-12)
  3. Virtual Network Functions Architecture - ETSI GS NFV-SWA 001 V1.1.1 (2014-12)

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