[openstack-dev] Querries Regarding Blueprint for LBaaS API and Object Model improvement

Shreshtha Joshi shreshtha.joshi at tcs.com
Wed Dec 17 05:36:21 UTC 2014

Hi All,

I wanted to know the approach has been followed for LBaaS implementation in Openstack (juno) out of the following in the link(https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/neutron-lbaas-api-proposals). Is it-
Existing Core Resource Model
LoadBalancer Instance Model
Vip-Centric Model
Currently I find Pool as the root object that has a VIP associated with it rather than Listeners and LoadBalancers in various openstack documents.

But while investigating the same, I came across a blueprint (https://blueprints.launchpad.net/neutron/+spec/lbaas-api-and-objmodel-improvement) for LBaaS Api and object model improvement. It talks about moving the current VIP object to Listener and Listener will be linked to a LoadBalancer in the upcoming releases,

I wanted to know the current approach followed for openstack-juno and if in the upcoming releases(Kilo)-
 Are we planning to have new APIs for /Listener and /Loader and there will be no VIP object and its corresponding API.
 Or we will be having VIP object and its corresponding API, creation of which will result in creation of Loadbalancer and /Listener at the backend itself.
If you find the above investigation incorrect, please feel free to point to the right direction.

Thanks & Regards
Shreshtha Joshi
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