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SON Catalogue and Repositories

This repository contains the development for the SONATA 's Service Platform Catalogue and Repositories. It holds the API implementation for the Service Platform Catalogue component and Repositories component. The Catalogue now integrates the SDK son-catalogue in the Service Platform. It is closely related to the son-schema repository that holds the schema for the various descriptors, such as the VNFD and the NSD.

Development

To contribute to the development of the SONATA Catalogue and/or Repositories, you may use the very same development workflow as for any other SONATA Github project. That is, you have to fork the repository and create pull requests.

Dependencies

It is recommended to use Ubuntu 14.04.4 LTS (Trusty Tahr).

This code has been run on Ruby 2.1.

A connection to a MongoDB is required, this code has been run using MongoDB version 3.2.1.

Root folder provides a script "installation_mongodb.sh" to install and set up a local MongoDB, or you can use mongoexpress to manage the remote mongo databases.

Ruby gems used (for more details see Gemfile):

  • Sinatra - Ruby framework
  • puma - Web server
  • json - JSON specification
  • sinatra-contrib - Sinatra extensions
  • rake - Ruby build program with capabilities similar to make
  • JSON-schema - JSON schema validator
  • jwt - Json Web Token lib
  • curb - HTTP and REST client
  • Yard - Documentation generator tool
  • mongoid-grid_fs - Implementation of the MongoDB GridFS specification

Contributing

You may contribute to the editor similar to other SONATA (sub-) projects, i.e. by creating pull requests.

Installation

After cloning the source code from the repository, you can run Catalogue-Repositories with the next command:

bundle install

Which will install all the gems needed to run, or if you have docker and docker-compose installed, you can run

docker-compose up

Usage

The following shows how to start the API server for the Catalogues-Repositories:

rake start

or you can use docker-compose

docker-compose up

The Repositories' API allows the use of CRUD operations to send or retrieve records. The available records include services records (NSR) and functions records (VNFR). For testing the Repositories, you can use 'curl' tool to send a request to the API. It is required to set the HTTP header 'Content-type' field to 'application/json' or 'application/x-yaml' according to your desired format. Remember to set the IP address and port accordingly.

Method GET:

To receive all instances you can use

 curl http://localhost:4011/records/nsr
 curl http://localhost:4011/records/vnfr

To receive an instance by its ID:

curl -X GET http://localhost:4011/records/nsr/9f18bc1b-b18d-483b-88da-a600e9255868
curl -X GET http://localhost:4011/records/vnfr/9f18bc1b-b18d-483b-88da-a600e9255016

Method POST:

To send a record instance

curl -X POST --data-binary @test_nsr.yaml -H "Content-type:application/x-yaml" http://localhost:4011/records/nsr
curl -X POST --data-binary @test_vnfr.yaml -H "Content-type:application/x-yaml" http://localhost:4011/records/vnfr

The Catalogue's API allows the use of CRUD operations to send, retrieve, update and delete descriptors and sonata files. The available descriptors include services (NSD), functions (VNFD) and packages (PD) descriptors. The Catalogue also support storage for SONATA packages (son-packages), the binary files that contain the descriptors. For testing the Catalogues, you can use 'curl' tool to send a request descriptors to the API. It is required to set the HTTP header 'Content-type' field to 'application/json' or 'application/x-yaml' according to your desired format.

The Catalogues' API now supports API versioning. New API v2 has been introduced in release v2.0 which implements some structure changes in the descriptors. The API v1 is deprecated and is no longer supported by the SONATA Service Platform. It is recommended to use v2 only in a MongoDB database.

Method GET:

To receive all descriptors you can use

curl http://localhost:4011/catalogues/api/v2/network-services
curl http://localhost:4011/catalogues/api/v2/vnfs
curl http://localhost:4011/catalogues/api/v2/packages

To receive a descriptor by its ID:

curl http://localhost:4011/catalogues/api/v2/network-services/9f18bc1b-b18d-483b-88da-a600e9255016
curl http://localhost:4011/catalogues/api/v2/vnfs/9f18bc1b-b18d-483b-88da-a600e9255017
curl http://localhost:4011/catalogues/api/v2/packages/9f18bc1b-b18d-483b-88da-a600e9255018

Method POST:

To send a descriptor

curl -X POST --data-binary @nsd_sample.yaml -H "Content-type:application/x-yaml" http://localhost:4011/catalogues/api/v2/network-services
curl -X POST --data-binary @vnfd_sample.yaml -H "Content-type:application/x-yaml" http://localhost:4011/catalogues/api/v2/vnfs
curl -X POST --data-binary @pd_sample.yaml -H "Content-type:application/x-yaml" http://localhost:4011/catalogues/api/v2/packages

Method PUT:

To update a descriptor is similar to the POST method, but it is required that a older version of the descriptor is stored in the Catalogues

curl -X POST --data-binary @nsd_sample.yaml -H "Content-type:application/x-yaml" http://localhost:4011/catalogues/api/v2/network-services
curl -X POST --data-binary @vnfd_sample.yaml -H "Content-type:application/x-yaml" http://localhost:4011/catalogues/api/v2/vnfs
curl -X POST --data-binary @pd_sample.yaml -H "Content-type:application/x-yaml" http://localhost:4011/catalogues/api/v2/packages

Method DELETE:

To remove a descriptor by its ID

curl -X DELETE http://localhost:4011/catalogues/network-services/api/v2/9f18bc1b-b18d-483b-88da-a600e9255016
curl -X DELETE http://localhost:4011/catalogues/vnfs/api/v2/9f18bc1b-b18d-483b-88da-a600e9255017
curl -X DELETE http://localhost:4011/catalogues/packages/api/v2/9f18bc1b-b18d-483b-88da-a600e9255018

The API for SONATA packages (son-package) files works very similar to the API for the descriptors or records.

Method GET:

To receive a list of stored packages

curl http://localhost:4011/catalogues/api/v2/son-packages

To receive a package file

curl http://localhost:4011/catalogues/api/v2/son-packages/9f18bc1b-b18d-483b-88da-a600e9255000

Method POST:

To send a package file

HTTP header 'Content-Type' must be set to 'application/zip'

HTTP header 'Content-Disposition' must be set to 'attachment; filename=name_of_the_package'

curl -X POST -H "Content-Type: application/zip" -H "Content-Disposition: attachment; filename=sonata_example.son" -F "@sonata-demo.son" "http://0.0.0.0:4011/catalogues/api/v2/son-packages"

Method DELETE:

To remove a package file by its ID

curl -X DELETE http://localhost:4011/catalogues/api/v2/son-packages/9f18bc1b-b18d-483b-88da-a600e9255000

For more information about usage of Catalogue, please visit the wikipage link below which contains some information to interact and test the Catalogues API.

  • Testing the code - Inside SP Catalogue API Documentation (It currently works for SDK and SP Catalogues)

Pushing 'sonata-demo' files to Catalogue

The Rakefile in root folder includes an specific task to fill the Catalogue with descriptor sample files from sonata-demo package. This is specially useful when starting an empty Catalogue. It can be run with a rake task:

rake init:load_samples[<server>]

Where <server> allows two options: 'development' or sh'integration' server deployment

An example of usage:

rake init:load_samples[integration]

Multiple MongoDB database support (Hierarchical Service Providers case)

Different MongoDBs can now be configured to the son-catalogue-repos component in order to support specific needs in the SONATA HSP Pilot (formerly known as SP2SP or SP-to-SP)

In a default setup, Catalogue and Repositories API share a common MongoDB, however the it is possible to configure a secondary MongoDB in order to separate the database behind the API component.

Specifically, in the HSP Pilot, we find two different SPs: SP1 and SP2. Each SP keeps its own son-catalogue-repos component, however each component is configured in a different way. In order to set the databases, the next environment variables are available:

-e MAIN_DB
-e MAIN_DB_HOST
-e SECOND_DB
-e SECOND_DB_HOST

Thus, each SP deploys its son-catalogue-repos with the next settings:

  • SP1:
docker run --name sp1-son-catalogue-repos -d -p 4002:4011-e MAIN_DB=SP1_CATALOGUE_DB -e MAIN_DB_HOST=SP1_CATALOGUE_DB_ADDRESS -e SECOND_DB=SP1_REPOSITORY_DB -e SECOND_DB_HOST=SP1_REPOSITORY_DB
  • SP2:
docker run --name sp2-son-catalogue-repos -d -p 4002:4011 -e MAIN_DB=SP1_CATALOGUE_DB -e MAIN_DB_HOST=SP1_CATALOGUE_DB_ADDRESS -e SECOND_DB=SP2_REPOSITORY_DB -e SECOND_DB_HOST=SP2_REPOSITORY_DB

API Documentation

The API documentation is expected to be generated with Swagger soon. Further information can be found on SONATA's wikipages link for SONATA Catalogues:

New API documentation in Swagger can be accessed from http://localhost:4011/api-doc while running the Catalogue server

Currently, the API is documented with yardoc and can be built with a rake task:

rake yard

From here you can use the yard server to browse the docs from the source root:

yard server

And they can be viewed from http://localhost:8808/ or you can use docker-compose and view from http://localhost:8808/

License

The SONATA SDK Catalogue is published under Apache 2.0 license. Please see the LICENSE file for more details.

Useful Links

To support working and testing with the son-catalogue database it is optional to use next tools:

  • Robomongo - Robomongo 0.9.0-RC4

  • POSTMAN - Chrome Plugin for HTTP communication


Lead Developers

The following lead developers are responsible for this repository and have admin rights. They can, for example, merge pull requests.

  • Felipe Vicens (felipevicens)
  • Daniel Guija (dang03)
  • Santiago Rodriguez (srodriguezOPT)

Feedback-Channel

Please use the GitHub issues and the SONATA development mailing list sonata-dev@lists.atosresearch.eu for feedback.