The content of this template is expected to be fill out for M1 Release Planning Milestone.
|Project Name||Policy Framework|
|Target Release Name||Beijing|
|Project Lifecycle State||Incubation|
|Participating Company||AT&T, Intel, Ericsson, Huawei|
What is this release trying to address?
The Policy Framework will be addressing the following for the Beijing Release:
- Platform Maturity Guidelines (Highest Priority)
- 50% JUnit Test Coverage (Highest Priority)
- Integration with OOF to support Hardware Enabled Placement Policies (Medium Priority)
- Control Loop Enhancements for Scale Out (Lowest Priority)
- SDC Distribution Integration (Lowest Priority)
- Policy Lifecycle API (Lowest Priority)
A best effort will be applied to support Integration testing for the existing R1 Use Cases assuming there are NO changes made to those Use Cases.
Hardware Platform Enablement In ONAP - Dependency will be on Intel to supply the required resources. A best effort will be applied to support Intel resources in lieu of Platform Maturity Guidelines and JUnit Test Code Coverage 50%.
VNF Scale Out (vDNS only - requirements planning) - We will do as much work as possible prior to Cassablanca for supporting the auto scale out use case. Dependent on the amount of requirements planning the APP-C team can do.
Minimum Viable Product
- Policy Portal Dashboard - Console GUI where Models, Templates can be imported, updated, deleted, as well as, policies can be created, updated and deleted. The console GUI also has a dashboard where PDP's can be grouped and where Operators can control where policies are distributed to.
- Policy PAP web application - Policy backend that manages communication with PDP engines for policy distribution.
- Policy Drools PDP - run-time execution of Control Loop operational policies. Supports queries from other ONAP components to retrieve
- Policy XACML PDP - run-time execution of Control Loop configuration policies of DCAE collectors, analytics and micro services.
- Policy BRMS Gateway - intermediary backend for distributing policies to the Drools PDP and configuration details to the Drools PDP controller.
List the functionalities that this release is committing to deliver by providing a link to JIRA Epics and Stories. In the JIRA Priority field, specify the priority (either High, Medium, Low). The priority will be used in case de-scoping is required. Don't assign High priority to all functionalities.
Longer term roadmap
- Integration with SDC to support future Policy Design GUI integration into SDC
- We are waiting or SDC to produce their SDK for integration at the end of Beijing
- Policy Lifecycle API
- Not enough resources or time to fully implement this and make it available to other Components. We expect to have at the very least appropriate documentation, models, and swagger yaml files.
- Distribution of PDPs across the network - in lieu of support future performance requirements for Control Loops (Eg. a Control Loop must address an issue within X milliseconds of detection in an automated fashion)
- PDP distribution needs to be enhanced to support multiple PDP's being located in edge, core, global datacenters. (i.e geo-distribution)
- This should also support high availability and resiliency within each datacenter
- PDP's designed as Microservices and deployed via OOM registering with MSB
Indicate the outcome (Executable, Source Code, Library, API description, Tool, Documentation, Release Note...) of this release.
|Deliverable Name||Deliverable Description|
|Policy Portal Dashboard||Executable|
|Policy PAP web application||Executable|
|API - internal to the Policy Platform. The Policy PDP engines use this API to synchronize policies being distributed.|
|Policy Drools PDP||Executable|
|Policy XACML PDP||Executable|
|API - external to ONAP components. The API is used to CRUD Policies, Deploy Policies, and query for Policy Decisions.|
|Policy BRMS Gateway||Executable|
|Nexus Repo||This repository is used by the Policy Drools PDP to retrieve distributed policies and their dependent jars.|
|Policy Lifecycle API||Description/Documentation|
|Policy SDC Distribution Integration||Executable|
Activities related to sub-components must be in sync with the overall release.
Sub-components are repositories and are consolidated in a single centralized place. Edit the Release Components name for your project in the centralized page.
High level architecture diagram
Indicate where your project fit within the ONAP Archiecture diagram.
Policy Interaction with CLAMP during Design Time
Policy Interaction with OOF
Refering to CII Badging Security Program and Platform Maturity Requirements, fill out the table below by indicating the actual level , the targeted level for the current release and the evidences on how you plan to achieve the targeted level.
|Area||Actual Level||Targeted Level for current Release||How, Evidences||Comments|
|Performance||Level 1||Level 1|
|Stability||Level 1||Level 1|
|Resiliency||Level 1||Level 2|
|Security||Level 1||Level 1|
|Scalability||Level 0||Level 1|
|Manageability||Level 1||Level 1|
|Usability||Level 1||Level 1|
API Incoming Dependencies
List the API this project is expecting from other projects.
Prior to Release Planning review, Team Leads must agreed on the date by which the API will be fully defined. The API Delivery date must not be later than the release API Freeze date.
Prior to the delivery date, it is a good practice to organize an API review with the API consumers.
|API Name||API Description||API Definition Date||API Delivery date||API Definition link (i.e.swagger)|
|AAI||REST Web Service for AAI||We are dependent on that team to provide us this.|
|Control Loop Event Messages||Dmaap messages published by DCAE when a Control Loop Event occurs.||Amsterdam|
|APP-C||Dmaap message LCM API for Restart and ModifyConfig||Amsterdam|
|SO||API for auto scaling||Amsterdam|
|DMAAP||API for publish/subscribe to DCAE Control Loop Events and APP-C API||Amsterdam|
API Outgoing Dependencies
API this project is delivering to other projects.
|API Name||API Description||API Definition Date||API Delivery date||API Definition link (i.e.swagger)|
|Policy Client API||This API is used by other ONAP components to create, update and delete policy(s).||Amsterdam version - no changes||Policy API|
|Policy Query API||This API is used by other ONAP components responsible for enforcing policy during runtime.||Amsterdam version - no changes||Policy API|
|Policy Lifecycle API||The new Policy Lifecycle API description, documentation, models, etc.||M3 API Freeze. We do not expect our clients to be able to utilize this API in Beijing.||M3||TBD|
Third Party Products Dependencies
Third Party Products mean products that are mandatory to provide services for your components. Development of new functionality in third party product may or not be expected.
List the Third Party Products (OpenStack, ODL, RabbitMQ, ElasticSearch,Crystal Reports, ...).
|MariaDB||The MariaDB is the repository that holds all the policies, templates, PDP group, and deployment information.|
|Nexus||The Nexus repository holds all the currently deployed Operational (i.e. Drools policies) and their dependent artifacts.|
Used to search text within policy.
In case there are specific dependencies (Centos 7 vs Ubuntu 16. Etc.) list them as well.
Testing and Integration Plans
- JUnit tests: 50% code coverage is the goal for all repositories.
- Functional tests: cover all possible Control Loop API calls. Simulating CLAMP and DCAE API calls
- If resources become available, we will add more API calls such as delete, update.
- Policy R2 Beijing CSIT Functional Test Cases
- Integration Test Plans - In progress: Policy R2 Beijing - Integration Test Plans
"Confirm that resources have been allocated to perform such activities" - at this point I do not have enough resources to cover both making the changes for Platform Maturity and help with testing.
This section is used to document a limitation on a functionality or platform support. We are currently aware of this limitation and it will be delivered in a future Release.
List identified release gaps (if any), and its impact.
|Template Code is inefficient with respect to threading||Drools is single-threaded. When a RESTful API call is made, it should be done in a thread vs polling. Else it holds up the processing of events/rules. The RESTful API calls to A&AI, SO and VF-C should be done in a separate thread.|
|Policy GUI limitations|
Unable to update templates
This visual update of Control Loop Operational Policies is not user-friendly
Not a truly model-driven architecture. Code must be written in order to support new models.
Known Defects and Issues
Provide a link toward the list of all known project bugs.
List the risks identified for this release along with the plan to prevent the risk to occur (mitigation) and the plan of action in the case the risk would materialized (contingency).
|Risk identified||Mitigation Plan||Contingency Plan|
|Resources||Actively seeking community support.||Current resources are only enough to satisfy the Highest Priority Epics (Platform Maturity, JUnit 50% test coverage). But that will be difficult to achieve.|
|policy/engine - Difficult to obtain 50% JUnit code coverage based on the extreme amount of cyclomatic complexity and code refactoring needed to remove nested statements.||Deprecation of the repository is possible with re-write of components that is needed to support Platform Maturity requirements.||Request TSC for exception for that specific repository.|
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Team Internal Milestone
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|To fill out||To fill out||To fill out|
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- High level list of documentation, training and tutorials necessary to understand the release capabilities, configuration and operation.
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- Installation instructions
- Configuration instructions
- Developer guide
- End User guide
- Admin guide
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Free and Open Source Software
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