List of projects approved by TSC.
|Project Name||Approved Date||Project Team Lead||Description||Companies|
|GSO||June 8, 2016|
|The GS-O project implements the Global Service Orchestrator||China Mobile, Gigaspaces, Huawei, ZTE|
|SDNO||June 8, 2016||The SDN-O projects implements the Software Defined Network Orchestrator||China Mobile, China Telecom, Huawei, ZTE|
|NFVO||June 8, 2016||The NFV-O projects implements the Network Function Virtualization Orchestrator||China Mobile, Huawei, ZTE, Gigaspaces, Intel, Cloudbase Soutions, Red Hat|
|Common Services||June 8, 2016|
|The Common Services projects provide the common services for all the other OPEN-O components, including Microservice bus, HA, Driver Manager, Log, Authentication and Protocol Stack.||China Mobile, Huawei, ZTE|
|Common TOSCA||June 8, 2016|
|TOSCA Parser and Execution Engine with OpenStack VIM Driver and NETCONF Driver.||Gigaspaces, ZTE|
|Integration||July 29, 2016|
|OPEN-O Integration project is responsible for the integration framework / automated tools, code and scripts, best practice guidance related to cross-project Continuous System Integration Testing (CSIT), and delivery of the Open-O project. And its sub-project, Open-O Parent, provides common default settings for all the projects participating in simultaneous release.||Huawei, ZTE, China Mobile|
|VNF SDK||August 31, 2016|
|This project delivers code, documentation and best practices for the following functionality: ||Gigaspace, Intel, Huawei, China Mobile, ZTE, ARM|
|Modelling||October 28, 2016|
|OPEN-O Modelling project coordinates all the metadata modelling from both design time and run time of OPEN-O orchestration. It’s a document requirement project, intended to ensure cross-project alignment in metadata model design and implementation for each OPEN-O release, with no code output, and may share tools in other projects.|
The project will output and maintain related documents based on common understanding and to be used to better guide the implementation of the model driven framework through design time and run time.
|Gigaspace, Intel, Huawei, China Mobile, Raisecom, ZTE, ARM|
|Holmes||Dec 6, 2016|
Holmes project provides alarm correlation and analysis for Telecom cloud infrastructure and services, including host, switch, vim, vnf and ns, etc.
Homes aims to find the reasons which cause the fail or degradation of services by digging into the ocean of events collected from Telecom cloud.
China Mobile, Intel, Gigaspace, Huawei, ZTE
|Policy||December 16, 2016|
Policy project provides a method to maintain the system automatically and intelligently for Telecom cloud infrastructure and services based on easily-updatable conditional policies.
Policy project get the analyzed data from Analysis/Holmes and make policy decision according to policy rules, and influence the system by distributing the actions to GSO, NFVO, and SDNO.
|China Mobile, China Telecom, Gigaspaces, ZTE|
|Client||December 16, 2016|
This project aims to provide an unified GUI and CLI for the Open-O functionalities provided over RESTful API. In addition, it provides java & js sdk for Open-O services.
|China Mobile, Huawei, ZTE|
|GVNFM||December 16, 2016|
G-VNFM provides generic VNF lifecycle management based on the VNF information model of OPEN-O. G-VNFM also provides the script extension for VNF vendor to satisfy the specific demands.
|China Mobile, China Telecom, Gigaspaces, Huawei, Wind River, ZTE|
|SDN Hub Driver||December 16, 2016|
SDN Hub Driver provides common network SBI to abstract SDN solutions, and develop drivers for each vendor SDN controller based on the common network model. In the first phase, SDN Hub Driver will focus on Cloud/VPC scenario, and provide common network SBI & driver for DC-SDN controllers. The main goal of the project is to expand OPEN-O community’s ecosystem by importing more vendors.
|China Telecom, Huawei, ZTE, China Mobile|
|MultiVIM||Jan 27, 2017|
|Multiple VIM Driver offers a single access point of Restful APIs for OPEN-O micro-services (NFVO/gVNFM) to access multiple VIMs|
China Mobile, Huawei, Intel, VMware, Wind River, ZTE