|1||NFVO added to ESR|
can we discuss in this meeting on NFVO as new node in esr system info for the SOL 005 usecase: Support ETSI NFV-SOL 005 (Os-Ma-Nfvo ref point ) between SO & VF-C/NFVO
|3||schema-service has v16 files|
|4||Dublin: circular dependency between aai-common and schema-service causes build failure|
While building aai-common, aai-common/aai-core has dependency on schema-service (build fails).
While building schema-service, schema-service/aai-schema-gen has dependency on aai-common/aai-schema-ingest (build fails).
Seems like a circular dependency between aai-common and schema-service, with both builds broken on the first pass.
On the second or subsequent passes, there might be enough libraries built to make it work again, but that's very unclean.
Currently, it might be passing when downloading artifacts because it's actually pulling older versions from maven repositories, similar to the "second or subsequent passes" described above.
Pulling from maven repositories is no good for testing changes to schemas in local dev environments (won't see the new schemas in the microservices, see also step 7 of AAI Tutorial-Making and Testing a Schema Change - Dublin messing around with "mvn versions:set -DnewVersion=0.0.1-TEST-SNAPSHOT" etc).
The build should be a DAG (directed acyclic graph) and work on a single-pass.
These really should not be separate repositories. There's too much coupling between the microservices to sensibly keep them as separate repositories. A single repository can already have multiple microservices/libraries/etc as artifacts.
|5||Run AAI containers as non-root user|
|6||Dublin Status||James Forsyth|
Encourage our clients to migrate off named query
Trying for Silver badge and Level 2 on Security; 50% code coverage on repos
Resiliency and fault tolerance; meeting notice never published,
CSIT on OOM needs to cover more of the services - no volunteers to look at this
Moving Helm charts into AAI repos
Volumed run-time generated certificates are possible
GraphGraph is coming
RestClient updates are potentially being contributed by community members
Need to maintain these for Dublin, and expand to include things like MSB integration. Establish a working group to develop CSIT test cases for Dublin and document them on the wiki. James Forsyth will create the page and solicit ideas.
See also Contributing To AAI Best Practise
|8||AAI data model principles document|
Looking to bring in SME who would document rules for A&AI schema principles, define design principles for data model. Document will serve as reference during code reviews for A&AI data model. Chandra Cinthala is identified as the resource who will co-ordinate the activity
See also AAI Data Model Principles
|9||AAI Dublin wiki updates|
Added pages to AAI in Dublin Release
Venkata Harish Kajur could you please update procedures for schema-service implementation?
Will need this to work on Dublin schema changes (e.g. BBS use case)
|10||Custom query design||James Forsyth|
|12||Dublin Use Cases|
Tony Noori from AT&T will identify the ONAP POC for system engineering for AAI modelling. This person will coordinate schema changes, watch the use case wiki, jira, perform gerrit reviews, etc.
Keong Lim and James Forsyth will develop a strategy for the SONAR TD to allow for new devs to make productive use of their time; Suggestion of one task per repo with subtasks of items that need to be fixed.
Started wiki page Contributing To AAI By Assisting with Sonar Reports / - AAI-2125Getting issue details... STATUS
Also a similar one for Contributing To AAI By Assisting with Maven Warnings / - AAI-2133Getting issue details... STATUS
|14||Dublin 5G Use Case|