Hi Srini,

I am located in Chennai city ,India and as per Indian Time the Meeting
happening on Wednesday Early morning 1.30 AM IST.I will join in next week
call and will try and ensure to join in the weekly calls.I am looking
forward to work on this project and to ONAP community.

Naresh Babu.S

On 12 Jun 2018 23:02, "Addepalli, Srinivasa R" <
srinivasa.r.addepa...@intel.com> wrote:

We have regular 1:00PM PST meetings on every Tuesday.  I am not sure where
you are located. If you could join, that would be great.



*From:* Naresh Babu [mailto:mailbox.nareshb...@gmail.com]
*Sent:* Tuesday, June 12, 2018 10:22 AM
*To:* Addepalli, Srinivasa R <srinivasa.r.addepa...@intel.com>
*Cc:* onap-discuss@lists.onap.org
*Subject:* RE: [onap-discuss] Container Based VNF's and Orchestration

Hi Srinivasa,

I am interested to be a contributor for this project. Thank you.

Naresh Babu.S

On 12 Jun 2018 22:37, "Addepalli, Srinivasa R" <srinivasa.r.addepalli@intel.
com> wrote:

We started a new initiative to support K8S based edge-clouds and CaaS
providers (R3+ in case of CaaS).

This is the page where you can find more information.


We will be happy to have more contributors for this project.  Let us know
if you want to be a contributor.



*From:* onap-discuss-boun...@lists.onap.org [mailto:onap-discuss-bounces@
lists.onap.org] *On Behalf Of *Naresh Babu
*Sent:* Tuesday, June 12, 2018 9:57 AM
*To:* onap-discuss@lists.onap.org
*Subject:* [onap-discuss] Container Based VNF's and Orchestration

Hi Team,

I really appreciate the team efforts for bringing ONAP as one of the best
orchestration tool for SDN and NFV.I just need to provide my thoughts and
inputs further on NFV.Like Most of the VNF's applications are deployed
under Virtual machines normally it take up a lot of system resources. Each
VM runs not just a full copy of an operating system, but a virtual copy of
all the hardware that the operating system needs to run. This quickly adds
up to a lot of RAM and CPU's.To improve the NFV application performance
,microservices and VNF's can be deployed in containers which we can
achieve  the continuous delivery of VNF critical applications.

This allows for each service upgradation and versioning separately as
opposed to upgrading the entire VNF in a virtual machine. While upgrading a
whole application or VNF, the container determines which individual
services have changed and deploys only those specific services.We can use
Kubernets for managing Containered VNF's and integrate SDN controller
Opencontrail (Now it is called as tungsten Fabric opensource controller)
for better networking ,slicing,Isolation and improved security and we can
use tosca yaml templates for Docker as well.Containers going to play huge
role in futute NFV and 5G and  we need to start look in to it for Container
based VNF's developing and deployment with orchestration and closed loop
automation as well.I am Just sharing my thoughts and inputs on this.Thank
you !!!!!

Naresh Babu S
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