Dummy VNFManager Amqp
The Dummy-VNFManager-Amqp imitates the behaviour of a real VNFManager. For the communication with the NFVO it uses AMQP.
If you use the Dummy-VNFManager-Amqp for deploying a network service it will not create any resources. When the NFVO sends commands to the Dummy-VNFManager-Amqp, it will answer as if it executed them although it actually did not. In this way Openbaton can be tested without actually deploying anything.
In order to execute the dummy-vnfm-amqp, you need to have a running and configured NFVO.
How to install the Dummy VNFManager Amqp from source code
Git clone the project into the /opt/openbaton directory (you may need to be logged in as root user, unless you change the permissions on the /opt/openbaton folder):
mkdir /opt/openbaton git clone https://github.com/openbaton/dummy-vnfm-amqp.git
cd /opt/openbaton/dummy-vnfm-amqp; ./dummy-vnfm.sh compile
to compile it.
How to use the Dummy VNFManager Amqp
To start the Dummy-VNFM-Amqp execute
cd /opt/openbaton/dummy-vnfm-amqp;./dummy-vnfm.sh start
This will create a new screen window which you can access using screen -x openbaton.
If you want to run the Dummy VNFManager Amqp on another machine than on which rabbitmq is running you first have to configure it.
Either you use the application.properties file in the project's resources folder to configure it or you create the file /etc/openbaton/dummy-vnfm-amqp.properties, copy the previously mentioned application.properties file's content into it and configure it there.
Then change the properties spring.rabbitmq.host and spring.rabbitmq.port to the ip address and host on which rabbitmq are running.
If you decided to create the file /etc/openbaton/dummy-vnfm-amqp.properties the Dummy VNFManager Amqp will only use this one so make sure that all the properties from the file application.properties are present.
To use the Dummy-VNFManager-Amqp for "deploying" a network service you have to store a VimInstance with type test in the NFVO and the Virtual Network Function Descriptors used to describe the network service have to define their endpoint as test.
How to extend the Dummy VNFManager Amqp
If you want the Dummy VNFManager Amqp to behave differently you can change it's behaviour in the DummyAMQPVNFManager.java class. In this class all the methods are defined that will be executed by a VNFM while deploying a network service.
Issues and bug reports should be posted to the GitHub Issue Tracker of this project
What is Open Baton?
Open Baton is an open source project providing a comprehensive implementation of the ETSI Management and Orchestration (MANO) specification and the TOSCA Standard.
Open Baton provides multiple mechanisms for interoperating with different VNFM vendor solutions. It has a modular architecture which can be easily extended for supporting additional use cases.
It integrates with OpenStack as standard de-facto VIM implementation, and provides a driver mechanism for supporting additional VIM types. It supports Network Service management either using the provided Generic VNFM and Juju VNFM, or integrating additional specific VNFMs. It provides several mechanisms (REST or PUB/SUB) for interoperating with external VNFMs.
It can be combined with additional components (Monitoring, Fault Management, Autoscaling, and Network Slicing Engine) for building a unique MANO comprehensive solution.
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