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Common Management Tools Working Group Content
ONUG IT Service Lifecycle Management Automation Framework (SLMAF) Proof of Concepts: The following simple use cases are proposed to be presented at this Spring ONUG in May at the first set of PoC based upon the ONUG IT SLMAF.
1. Simple addition of a printer to a network
- End user / Staff member acquires off the shelf printer from retail establishment
- End user is able to plug printer into the network simply, and provide print services for all staff in the office space
- Engagement of IT staff should not be necessary
- This use case is simplistic, but leads to automation of end points (IoT), end user, DC servers and services, Cloud Services
2. Provisioning of services (2 servers/services)
- SERVER 1 – Front end (ie. web server)
- SERVER 2 – Application (ie. oauth 2.x)
- This use case is simplistic, but leads to automation of services in corporate, DC, cloud and SAAS provisioning
These simple use cases allow the ONUG Lab to develop several items including 1) interoperability of any vendor added into this lab configuration, 2) hygiene for each use case, to make as much of the lab reusable as possible and 3) standard mechanisms to allow any technology to fit into the lab, meeting with the objective of cooperation.
Auto discovery platform, service, device
CMDB (Data Modelling)
ITIL reference models
Top down approach
Define producers – publishers
Define consumers – clients
Interoperation with other working groups
SDN federation working group white paper (see screenshot)
UML business processes
Outcomes – Current immediate needs
Defined frameworks for interoperation between working groups
Defined frameworks for vendor participation
Outcomes – Spring ONUG 2016
Requested members provide interests in management domains (corp, wan, dc, SAAS, IAAS)
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Screenshot of Federation and Operability orchestration
A few notes from Brian Hedstrom