As a quick way to have an overview of the scenarios, I added the page 
Colorado-Compact Table of 
I suggest creating a similar page for Danube.

I would also like to find a useful graphic way to show this.

Bryan Sullivan | AT&T

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To: Yingjun Li <>; SULLIVAN, BRYAN L <>;;
Subject: Re: [opnfv-tech-discuss] Any graphic for an overview of Colorado 

Hi Yingjun

regarding scenarios
- a wiki page describing the naming:
- see also section "Automated testing" in

each version lists the candidate scenarios
- colorado:
- danube:

installation description is under the responsibilty of the scenario owner
you may find info in the installer documentation (apex, compass, fuel, joid) => 
see for colorado

regaring the criteria to add a new one, my view is
- first check if you cannot use an existing one, there are lots of generic 
scenarios that feature projects may join
- if it is not possible to join a "generic" scenario you can become the owner 
of a new "specific" scenario, then you have to complete the wiki page and will 
in charge of this scenario, it means you will have to ask for ressources to 
Infra group (need CI time with installer X), contact testing group to define 
the tests you want to run towards the scenario (in addition of your own tests)

you can have a view of the scenarios from testing perspective throught he 
automatic reporting pages we created (you can have a view per version/installer
functest colorado:
functest master:
yardstick colorado:
yardstick master:


13/10/2016 à 19:51, Yingjun Li a écrit :
Hi Bryan

That is a pretty good suggestion. I myself is relatively new to OPNFV scenario 
and trying to understand it more deeply. If we have a dedicated wiki page 
talking about scenario (naming, config, document, criteria for adding new 
one...), that will be beneficial to anyone, especially for MANO projects.


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Sent: Thursday, October 13, 2016 8:33 AM
Subject: [opnfv-tech-discuss] Any graphic for an overview of Colorado senarios?

It would be useful in promoting how OPNFV is benefitting the ecosystem if there 
was a graphic that provides an overview of the scenarios supported in Colorado. 
Does anyone have that, or something we could use as a basis?

The table at is 
very informative to those that already understand the scenario concept, but we 
probably need some more visual/abstracted expression to get the message out 

I appreciate any help on this.

Bryan Sullivan | AT&T


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