OPEN SOURCE CONTRIBUTION

ONAP

We understand the workings of ONAP and help our customers with real-time, policy-driven service orchestration and automation & support complete life cycle management activities. One of our prominent engagements included:

OPNFV

We have expertise in leveraging OPNFV to support our customers. Here are a few instances:

  • We helped automate the validation of a commercial OpenStack solution with OPNFV Functest test framework for different test suites such as Healthcheck, Smoketest, Components, VNFs. We also automated OPNFV Yardstick framework to benchmark the performance of the solution.​
  • We supported a customer with testing a commercial OpenStack solution for VNF deployment and performance benchmark testing.​ The engagement included testing of VNFs on top of the NFV environment using OPNFV Functest test suites.​
Medhavi

‘Medhavi’ is a Sanskrit word, meaning ‘Intelligent’. Medhavi architecture revolves around simple compute workload managers and a clean concept of jobs — how they are placed and scheduled using Open Infrastructure. Some of our contributions include:

OpenStack

Our engineers and architects are consistently contributing to OpenStack, which is among the fastest growing opensource communities in the world. Our contributions include the following:

Akraino

ELIOT is a family of Akraino blueprint, which intends to develop a fully integrated edge network infrastructure and run edge computing applications on lightweight edge nodes. We have made code enhancements through automation scripts and ready-to-use VM images. Using these images, you can try out an edge use case (IoT) in a couple of hours, instead of spending days and weeks over it. Details of our contributions can be found on the Eliot wiki page: https://wiki.akraino.org/display/AK/ELIOT+Installation+Guide

StarlingX

Our contribution to StarlingX is focused on a significant reduction of the kick-off time for users by introducing a StarlingX-in-a-box VM. It also amalgamates EdgeXFoundry and Kubernetes to handle workloads. We have also contributed to StarlingX Guide for ‘How to get up & running with StarlingX EdgeX’ and documentation for ‘How to Create StarlingX-in-a-box Images’.

Download link for the image: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ntQSILp4rg-L_CMQPLCPsvtYdAmQFHFp/view?usp=drive_open

Users from China please download from here: https://pan.baidu.com/s/1OJT2QvrWbY5eLgjn4qB6dA   (Extract code:645f)