[Openstack-operators] [openstack-dev] [Telco][NFV][infra] Review process of TelcoWG use cases
anteaya at anteaya.info
Fri Feb 6 19:13:07 UTC 2015
On 02/06/2015 01:11 PM, George Shuklin wrote:
> On 02/06/2015 04:21 PM, Steve Gordon wrote:
>>> It does look like that. However, the intent here is to allow
>>> members of a Telco provide the use cases they need to accomplish.
>>> This way
>>> the Telco WG can identify gaps and file a proper spec into each of the
>>> OpenStack projects.
>> Indeed, what we're trying to do is help the non-developer members of
>> the group articulate their use cases and tease them out to a level
>> that is meaningful to someone who is not immersed in
>> telecommunications themselves. In this way we hope to in turn be able
>> to create meaningful specifications for the actual OpenStack projects
>> It's possible that some of these will be truly cross-project and
>> therefore head to openstack-specs but initial indications seem to be
>> that most will either be specific to a project, or cross only a couple
>> of projects (e.g. nova and neutron) - I am sure someone will come up
>> with some more exceptions to this statement to prove me wrong :).
> Ok, I definitively out of telco business, and I indeed openstack
> operator. My first question: what you want to do, what problems you want
> to solve?
> I was on one 'NVF' session in Paris, and I've expected it to be about
> SR-IOV and using VF (virtual functions) of network cards for guest
> acceleration. But instead it was something I just didn't got at all
> (sorry, Ericsson). So, what are you want to do? Not in terms of
> 'business solution', but on very low level. Run some specific appliance?
> Add VoIP support to Neutron? Make something differ?
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It sounds to me like what Marc wants to do is move to a different tool
to improve the communication process.
If you do decide that creating a repo is the way forward and need a hand
with that Marc, do let me know. I'm happy to help.
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