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Event Sessions, Speaker Bios and Presentations

Searchable by Day, Forum Track,  Session Name, Speaker Name, Venue.  Presentation links are at the bottom of the session page

Instructions for Presentation and Session Recording Upload

Presentation Upload

 REQUIRED: Upload a PDF copy of your presentation to the wiki:  

- Go to the event wiki page  ONAP Beijing Release Developer Forum,  December 11-13, 2017, Santa Clara, CA, USA 
- Click on the three dots in the upper right of the page and select “Attachments” from the pulldown.
- upload the PDF of your presentation

-Required: besure the PDF of your presentation has the same name as your session title

-We will then link your presentation to your session in the grid below
NOTE: If you have already uploaded a your preso to Sched we will do that for you.

Session Recording
OPTIONAL: if you made A Zoom recording of your Breakout session, upload it to the wiki:
- locate the m4 recording file of your session (Found in the the Zoom folder in your Documents directory by default)
Required: rename the file from zoom_#.mp4 to your-session-name.mp4. 

-We will then link your recording to your session in the grid below

Note: Main session recordings have been uploaded for you and are bring indexed now.

Session Recordings (where provided):

Monday, Dec 11, 2017 

Auditorium Session Recording (AM)Recording Time IndexPresentationSession Information

BeijingDevForum2017-Dec-11-main-0.mp4

00:03:50 (no audio)
Welcome & Logistics -Rajesh Gadiyar
BeijingDevForum2017-Dec-11-main-0.mp400:14:10 (no audio)
Opening RemarksArpit Joshipura
BeijingDevForum2017-Dec-11-main-0.mp400:32:30
TSC Meeting- Beijing Scope and Priority -Mazin Gilbert
BeijingDevForum2017-Dec-11-main-0.mp401:00:13Beijing Functional Requirements for TSC ApprovalTSC Meeting- Review Use Cases/Requirements for Beijing Release -Alla Goldner
BeijingDevForum2017-Dec-11-main-0.mp402:41:20
TSC Meeting- Target Architecture Review for Beijing -Chris Donley
BeijingDevForum2017-Dec-11-main-0.mp403:14:19
TSC Meeting- Beijing Release Plan Review -Gildas Lanilis
BeijingDevForum2017-Dec-11-main-0.mp403:39:25

TSC Meeting- Target Software Architecture Review for Beijing -Chris Donley • Mazin Gilbert • Jason Hunt
BeijingDevForum2017-Dec-11-main-0.mp404:24:30
Amsterdam Lessons Learned -Helen Chen
Auditorium Session Recording (PM)

Session Information

BeijingDevForum2017-Dec-11-main-2.mp4

00:01:20
ONAP Amsterdam Architecture -Chris Donley

BeijingDevForum2017-Dec-11-main-2.mp4

00:28:14

(no video)


An Introduction to the ONAP Operations Manager (OOM) -Mike Elliott • David Sauvageau
BeijingDevForum2017-Dec-11-main-2.mp401:05:09

Deploy ONAP/OOM on Any Environment -Michael O'Brien
BeijingDevForum2017-Dec-11-main-2.mp401:40:55
VNF SDK supporting VNF Onboarding -Chris Donley
BeijingDevForum2017-Dec-11-main-2.mp402:07:35
AAI Abstractions & Extensibility -Adrian Batos-Parac
BeijingDevForum2017-Dec-11-main-2.mp402:35:25

Telemetry and Analytics for the NFV World - IOAM, DCAE, PNDA -Frank Brockners
BeijingDevForum2017-Dec-11-main-2.mp403:11:55
Active, or Planned Deployments of ONAPJamil Chawki • Eric Debeau

Monday- Breakout Session 


Tuesday, Dec 12, 2017 


Tuesday- Breakout Sessions

RecordingPresentationSession Information


DCAE+PNDA huddle


VNF Onboarding Experience review


OOM Team Session 1

MSB to Support Carrier Grade ONAP Microservice Architecture with Service Mesh

How to Setup a Development Environment for ONAP

Auto-Scaling Capability Support in ONAP


Real Time Data Event Streaming & Processing a Critical Need for True Automation Control


ONAP Open Source Practice: Codifying Upstream First with Lessons from OpenDaylight, OPNFV and OpenStack

Securing ONAP Using Trusted Infrastructure Solutions


Testing Strategies for Beijing


ONAP R2 Modeling Progress - an SDC perspective


Analysis of ETSI Vs ONAP APIs


End-to-End Model Driven VNF Lifecycle Management/Modeling

ONAP R2+ E2E Modeling.pdfONAP R2+ Modeling Design MERGED WITH End-to-End Model End-to-End Model Driven VNF Lifecycle Management/Modeling

ONAP/OOM for Developers


ONAP Operation Enhancement


Closed Loop Automation with CLAMP


ONAP/OPNFV Certification & Compliance


Toward Container Support as Cloud Infrastructure that Runs VNFs

ONAP Integration Through Information and Data Modeling

Multi-Cloud R2 Planning for carrier requirements.pdfMulti Cloud Evolvement in R2 for Carrier Grade Support

ONAP CI/CD using OOM Kubernetes


Release Planning
Service Design in SDC.mp4

SDC Modeling Session



ONAP Modeling Workshop


ONAP Developer's LAB - Dev and Integration Testing Tutorial

DCAE R2 and Beyond

AAI Model Visualization


OOM Team Session 2

Deep Dive into the VPP based VNFs of the vCPE Use case


SDC code deep dive basic flow and SDC SDK’s


5G PNF support and Network Slicing deep-dive

12-12-2017 - Control Loop Sub Committee - Santa Clara F2FControl Loop Sub Committee Meeting


OOM Walk-in Session 1

Model Driven Service Orchestration - SO State of the Union


S3P: Scale Testing the Network Control Plane


Beijing Release Development Best Practices session 2


PNF and Hybrid Services Support in ONAP


State, Context, Adaptability, and Scale for Self-Learning Closed Loop Policies


TOSCA and OOM

5G use case team discussion of PNF and EtE Slicing support

How was VNF Function Test Automation implemented in VNF SDK?


Service Orchestration and the Needs of Users

Hands-ON TOSCA Modeling Workshop with TOSCA Simple Profile and ARIA


Wednesday, Dec 13, 2017 

Auditorium Session RecordingRecording Time IndexPresentationSession Information

BeijingDevForum2017-Dec-13-main-0.mp4


00:14:15

TSC Meeting- Agenda & housekeeping Kenny Paul


BeijingDevForum2017-Dec-13-main-0.mp400:16:00

TSC Meeting- Beijing Scope, mazin gilbert

BeijingDevForum2017-Dec-13-main-0.mp400:19:25

TSC Meeting- Beijing Calendar and Dev. Best Practices Gildas Lanilis
BeijingDevForum2017-Dec-13-main-0.mp400:38:00


TSC Meeting- Platform Maturity Model Jason Hunt

BeijingDevForum2017-Dec-13-main-0.mp401:17:45


TSC Meeting- Usecase Subcommittee Functional Requirements for Beijing Alla Goldner

BeijingDevForum2017-Dec-13-main-0.mp402:01:20no slides

TSC Meeting - LFN Charter Discussion Phil Robb


BeijingDevForum2017-Dec-13-main-0.mp402:16:30

Image Manager


TSC Meeting- New Project Proposals

Huabing Zhao

BeijingDevForum2017-Dec-13-main-0.mp402:45:15

Container based network service/function deployment

TSC Meeting- New Project Proposals

Isaku Yamahata

BeijingDevForum2017-Dec-13-main-0.mp403:09:20ONAP Benchmark

TSC Meeting- New Project Proposals

Yan Chen

BeijingDevForum2017-Dec-13-main-0.mp403:24:30CHAP - Common High Availability Platform

TSC Meeting- New Project Proposals

Brendan Tschaen

BeijingDevForum2017-Dec-13-main-0.mp405:26:40
Progressing ONAP Testing and Integration With a "Dummy VNF" -Andrew Fenner
BeijingDevForum2017-Dec-13-main-0.mp406:12:45

Policy Lifecycle API -Pamela Dragosh


BeijingDevForum2017-Dec-13-main-0.mp407:13:10
Management of Cloud Native VNFs with ONAP -Munish Agarwal
BeijingDevForum2017-Dec-13-main-0.mp408:00:05
Enabling Workloads Orchestration in Containers via Multi Cloud -Gil Hellmann • Bin Hu • Ramki Krishnan • Sumit Verdi

Wednesday- Breakout Sessions


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12 Comments

  1. Are the ONAP Hackathon themes already finalized or can we suggest any? Thank you.

    1. ONAP DevOps - via OOM Kubernetes ONAP (hands-on - bring your lab)

      CD daily verification of ONAP tagged master branch (demo)

  2. Kenny  - Hi this date has moved to Nov 6 - just verifying without editing this page - see request on onap-discuss below

    CFP Close: Tuesday, October 31, 2017, 11:59 PST

    https://lists.onap.org/pipermail/onap-discuss/2017-October/005974.html

    Confirmed the 6th

    https://lists.onap.org/pipermail/onap-discuss/2017-October/005981.html

    thank you

    /michael

  3. Fellow ONAP Enthusiasts – we eagerly await the decision on the F2F topics for Santa Clara in Dec at midnight tonight to see what an ecosystem of talks and hands-on labs will look like.


  4. Is there a default location where all presentations from this event sessions may be found? I do see many links to Zoom sessions, but having presented documents in one place would be VERY helpful.

    Thank you!

    1. Some presenters (myself included) have added their presentations directly into the Sched tool itself.

      Having said that, anything that needs to live beyond this summit, probably needs to find a home in the wiki itself.