AAI (Available and Active Inventory):

1 High Level Component Definition and Architectural Relationships 

The AAI (Available and active inventory) function provides real-time views of the resource and services in managed by and their relationships.  It provides

  • Realtime views of the managed resources and services and their relationships

  • The relevance of the managed resources and services to the ONAP components.

  • It is a registry of the active, available and assigned assets.

  • It maintains a multidimenstional relationship amongst the managed services and resources. 

2. API definitions

AAI provides the following interfaces:

Interface NameInterface Definition Interface CapabilitiesVersionStatusConsumed Models
AAIE-1Inventory Service Interface.   An interface to create, update, retrieve, query, delete the service, resources and relationship inventory information for:
  • Cloud infrastructure (including cloud infrastructure regions and availability zones, cloud infrastructure resources such as servers, storage, VLANs, cloud network technologies,...)
  • Paths and connectors
  • Business Customers and business customer relationship to managed assets
  • Service Instances (including the relationship to used resources)
  • Resource instances (including allotted resources) (virtual and physical, including VNFs, PNFs, Switches, VNF modules)
  • External systems (systems that ONAP connects to)
  • Images
  • Networks
  • Infrastructure tenants
  • Relationships
  • Interfaces
  • IP addresses
  • Configurations
  • Licenses
  • Site resources

AAI also provides Inventory History information

 AAIE-2AAI Graphical User Interfaces Provides the capability to view the inventory 

Note:   xxxI interface is a Component internal interface.  xxxxE interface is a component external interface

The current API documents can be found at:

AAI consumes the following Interfaces:

Interface NamePurpose Reason For Use
SDCE-6To receive the service and resource artifacts from SDC.

3. Component Description:

A more detailed figure and description of the component.


4. known system limitations

5. Used Models

AAI uses the following models:

  • Inventory Model

6. System Deployment Architecture


7. New Capabilities in this Release

This release, AAI adds the following Capabilities:

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8. References

  1.  AAI read the docs:
  2. AAI REST API Documentation - Dublin
  3. AAI REST API Documentation on

  4. AAI GUI: AAI Graphical User Interface

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