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This document provides guidelines for running OpenECOMP in a Network Cloud.  A Network Cloud is a cloud hosting environment that additionally exposes the control and forwarding planes of the underlying network infrastructure. Virtual Network Functions require such interfaces, and, to meet performance demands, may also require specialized hardware support.

<<DocRef: VNF Network Cloud Specification for OpenECOMP (Example)>>

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  1. There seems to be no document or link attached. I see just a text

    <<DocRef: VNF Network Cloud Specification for OpenECOMP (Example)>>

    but no link added


  2. That's a special kind of "link" to a document that hasn't been finalized yet; I'll pass this along to the authors.

    1. Nope, it's a different document, not yet available.

  3. Hi, 

    I'm new to ONAP, just wonder what UNIX IOS is recommended? I'm trying to setup the cloud hosting environment. Thanks...

    1. Chak, 

         Hi, welcome to the community, we would be interested in your hosting experiences.  Currently our host VM's run a combination of Ubuntu 14.04/16.04 - see one of our implementations in Overall Deployment Architecture

          I am also partial to RHEL, but switching to Ubuntu in order to remain up to speed with Ubuntu specific OS issues in the under/overcloud

      /michael

  4. Hi Michael,

    Thank you for the feedback, right now we have a list of images available in our cloud environment, I got confused to which to select. Right now we have ubuntu-14.04-x86_64-v6-core, ubuntu-16.04-x86_64-v1-core, RHEL6.6 and Centos as well. Chak