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The OSM community regularly gets together to educate, exchange information and to engage with a broad range of people interested in MANO.

Agendas, registration links, presentations and videos from these sessions can be found on this page.

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OSM Hackfests

  • The 3rd OSM Hackfest hosted by Telenor in Oslo, 25-29 June 2018
  • The 2nd OSM Hackfest hosted by Intel in Madrid, 20-23 March 2018, in co-ordination with the Zero Touch and Carrier Automation Congress
  • The 1st OSM Hackfest co-located with the 2nd NFV Plugtests at ETSI, Sophia Antipolis 15-19 January 2018

OSM Tutorials

OSM @ OpenStack Summit, Vancouver (May, 2018)

Building end-to-end NFV with OpenStack and OpensSourceMANO

Gianpietro Lavado (MON MDL, ETSI Open Source MANO | Whitestack)

OSM Workshop @ NFV & Zero-Touch World Congress 2018, San Jose (April 25, 2018)

Welcome

Luis Jorge Romero | Director General | ETSI


(Re-)introduction to OSM

Francisco-Javier Ramón Salguero (Chair ETSI Open Source MANO | Telefónica)

TSC Perspective. OSM Architecture and Data Model Overview

Vanessa Little (TSC, ETSI Open Source MANO | VMware)

OSM End User Advisory Group (Operators) Perspective

Don Clarke (OSM EUAG | CableLabs)

OSM PoC Framework and Demos

Vanesa Little (TSC, ETSI Open Source MANO | VMware)

OSM Release FOUR Ligthweight Build and Demo

Gianpietro Lavado (MON MDL, ETSI Open Source MANO | Whitestack)

AWS in OSM and Public/Private Cloud Use Cases

Shoma Chakravarty (ETSI Open Source MANO | Amazon Web Services)

Closing Remarks

Francisco-Javier Ramón Salguero (Chair ETSI Open Source MANO | Telefónica)

OSM Workshop @ Zero-Touch and Carrier Automation Congress 2018, Madrid (March 20, 2018)

(Re-)introduction to OSM

Francisco-Javier Ramón Salguero (Chair ETSI Open Source MANO | Telefónica)

This session provides an overview of the OSM community foundation, project, structure. The technical scope and ambition for the project will be described and an overview of the accomplishments that have been delivered with the third OSM release will be provided.

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OSM End User Advisory Group (Operators) Perspective

Serge Manning (OSM EUAG | Sprint)

This session provides a telecom operator perspective on OSM – including a view on the significance of open source and the orchestration space in the industry in general, and the OSM community in particular. The importance of the accomplishments in the latest OSM release, the role OSM can play in standards development and what success over the next six months will look like.

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TSC Perspective. OSM Architecture and Data Model Overview

Vanessa Little (TSC, ETSI Open Source MANO | VMware)

This session provides an overview of the OSM architecture, the functional split in the modules, the mapping between OSM and the ETSI NFV MANO logical view. It also provides an overview of the OSM data models for the VNF Descriptor (VNFD) and the Network Service Descriptors (NSD) and how some of the salient attributes are handled in OSM.

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Using OSM: VNF/NS On-boarding and instantiation

Gerardo Garcia de Blas (TSC, ETSI Open Source MANO | Telefonica)

This session will focus on demonstrating the OSM User Interface, including VNF package creation, on-boarding capabilities and the new functionality enabled in OSM Release THREE.

OSM CI/CD and Remote Labs network

Silvia Almagia (ETSI Open Source MANO | ETSI)

This session will provide an overview of the OSM CI/CD pipeline, and how OSM is leveraging the Hub for Interoperability and Validation at ETSI (HIVE) to build a network of Remote Labs allowing for a DevOps approach that combines system and automated interoperability testing with 3rd party NFV solutions.

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Day-0, day-1 and day-2 configuration in OSM

Gerardo Garcia de Blas (TSC, ETSI Open Source MANO | Telefonica)

This session will provide an overview of the different enablers in OSM to automate VNF configuration at the different operation stages.

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OSM PoC Framework and POC with OSM with VMware Integrated Openstack in MEC architectures

Vanesa Little (TSC, ETSI Open Source MANO | VMware)

This session will provide an overview of the OSM POC framework, and how to create an official OSM POC that will be endorsed by the community.

The latest OSM POC, OSM Release 3 with VMware Integrated Openstack with MEC architectures. This POC will showcase leveraging OSM as an orchestrator to deploy and maintain edge services in several different use cases that make use of the same hardware footprint, as well as discuss the overall infrastructure topology. These use cases include video transcode at the network Edge with ffmpeg, using Fortinet as an sGW in vRAN edge scenarios, SD-WAN with Vyatta vRouter and operational intelligence for distributed architectures.

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OSM Demos 1) EPA capabilities; 2) Day-0, day-1 and day-2 configuration

Gerardo Garcia de Blas (TSC, ETSI Open Source MANO | Telefonica)

This session will illustrate two of the most interesting features of OSM: firstly, the support of data-plane VNFs requesting EPA capabilities, and secondly the built-in automation of VNF configuration.

Closing Remarks

Francisco-Javier Ramón Salguero (Chair ETSI Open Source MANO | Telefónica)

OSM Workshop @ SDN & NFV World Congress 2017, The Hague (Oct 9, 2017)

(Re-)introduction to OSM

Francisco-Javier Ramón Salguero (Chair ETSI Open Source MANO | Telefónica)

This session provides an overview of the OSM community foundation, project, structure. The technical scope and ambition for the project will be described and an overview of the accomplishments that have been delivered with the third OSM release will be provided.

OSM End User Advisory Group (Operators) Perspective

Andy Reid (Chair OSM EUAG | BT)

This session provides a telecoms operator perspective on OSM – including a view on the significance of open source and the orchestration space in the industry in general, and the OSM community in particular. The importance of the accomplishments in the latest OSM release, the role OSM can play in standards development and what success over the next six months will look like.

OSM Architecture, Release THREE Feature Updates and Data Model Overview

Adrian Hoban (TSC Chair, ETSI Open Source MANO | Intel)

This session provides an overview of the OSM architecture, the functional split in the modules, the mapping between OSM and the ETSI NFV MANO logical view. It also provides an overview of the OSM data models for the VNF Descriptor (VNFD) and the Network Service Descriptors (NSD) and how some of the salient attributes are handled in OSM.

Using the OSM Graphical User Interface

Noel Charath (ETSI Open Source MANO | RIFT.io)

This session focuses on how to leverage the GUI for Network Service and VNF descriptor and package updates.

OSM PoC Framework

Vanesa Little (TSC, ETSI Open Source MANO | VMware)

This session provides an overview of the suite of demos that have been developed with OSM.


How to Participate in OSM

Chris Buerger (Marketing Task Force Chair, ETSI Open Source MANO | Intel) This session concludes the Workshop & Tutorial, summarising the key information shared in the workshop, and providing information on how to participate in the OSM community.

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OSM Workshop @ NFV World Congress 2017, San Jose (May 2, 2017)

(Re-)introduction to OSM

Francisco-Javier Ramón Salguero (Chair ETSI Open Source MANO | Telefónica)

This session provides an overview of the OSM community foundation, project, structure. The technical scope and ambition for the project will be described and an overview of the accomplishments that have been delivered with the past OSM releases will be provided. This session will conclude with a view on themes for Release THREE and beyond..

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OSM End User Advisory Group (Operators) Perspective

Tetsuya Nakamura (Vice Chair ETSI NFV ISG| CableLabs)

This session provides a telecoms operator perspective on OSM – including a view on the significance of open source and the orchestration space in the industry in general, and the OSM community in particular. The importance of the accomplishments in the latest OSM release, the role OSM can play in standards development and what success over the next six months will look like.

[ Download Presentation ]

OSM Architecture, Release TWO Feature Updates and Data Model Overview

Adrian Hoban (TSC Chair, ETSI Open Source MANO | Intel)

This session provides an overview of the OSM architecture, the functional split in the modules, the mapping between OSM and the ETSI NFV MANO logical view. It also provides an overview of the OSM data models for the VNF Descriptor (VNFD) and the Network Service Descriptors (NSD) and how some of the salient attributes are handled in OSM.

[ Download Presentation ]

Using the OSM Graphical User Interface

Craig Johnson (ETSI Open Source MANO | RIFT.io)

This session focuses on how to leverage the GUI for Network Service and VNF descriptor and package updates.

OSM Demos

Vanesa Little (TSC, ETSI Open Source MANO | VMware)

This session provides an overview of the suite of demos that have been developed with OSM.

[ Download Presentation ]

How to Participate in OSM

Chris Buerger (Marketing Task Force Chair, ETSI Open Source MANO | Intel) This session concludes the Workshop & Tutorial, summarising the key information shared in the workshop, and providing information on how to participate in the OSM community.

[ Download Presentation ]

MPLS+SDN+NFV World (March 2017)

See OSM@MPLS + SDN + NFV World, Paris (March 2017)

SDN World Congress (October 2016)

See OSM Workshop @SDN World Congress 2016, The Hague

NFV World Congress (April 2016)

See NFV World Congress 2016 (San José, April 2016) - Keynote

Layer 123 Webinar (March 2016)

See Layer 123 Webinar (March 2016): Introducing OSM – Open Source MANO for NFV

ONS (March 2016)

See OSM@ONS16

MWC 16 (February 2016)

See OSM@MWC16


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