Release Notes

Version: 4.0.0

Release Date:2019-06-06 (Dublin Release)

New Features

The Dublin release is the third release for ONAP Optimization Framework (OOF).

A summary of features includes

  • Support SON (PCI/ANR) optimization using OSDF
  • Implement encryption for OSDF internal and external communication
  • Platform Maturity Level 1
    • ~65.1+ unit test coverage

The Dublin release for OOF delivered the following Epics.

  • [OPTFRA-426] Track the changes to CMSO to support change management schedule optimization
  • [OPTFRA-424] Extend OOF to support traffic distribution optimization
  • [OPTFRA-422] Move OOF projects’ CSIT to run on OOM
  • [OPTFRA-276] Implementing a POC for 5G SON Optimization
  • [OPTFRA-270] This epic captures stories related to maintaining current S3P levels of the project as new functional requirements are supported

Bug Fixes

  • The full list of implemented user stories and epics is available on DUBLIN RELEASE

Known Issues

Security Notes

Fixed Security Issues

Known Security Issues

  • [OJSI-122] In default deployment OPTFRA (oof-osdf) exposes HTTP port 30248 outside of cluster.

Known Vulnerabilities in Used Modules

OPTFRA osdf code has been formally scanned during build time using NexusIQ and no Critical vulnerability was found. The OPTF open Critical security vulnerabilities and their risk assessment have been documented as part of the project.

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Upgrade Notes

None.

Deprecation Notes

None.

Other

None

Version: 3.0.1

Release Date:2019-01-31 (Casablanca Maintenance Release)

The following items were deployed with the Casablanca Maintenance Release:

New Features

None.

Bug Fixes

  • [OPTFRA-401] - Need flavor id while launching vm.

Version: 3.0.0

Release Date:2018-11-30 (Casablanca Release)

New Features

The Casablanca release is the second release for ONAP Optimization Framework (OOF).

A summary of features includes

  • Homing enhancements for improving service deployability
    • Discovering and reusing shared resources when processing multiple homing requests in parallel
    • Considering Latency Reduction (in addition to geographical distances) for homing optimization
    • Enhanced capacity checks during VNF homing
    • Asynchronous communication between HAS components
  • OOF Casablanca S3P Usability enhancement
    • Adherence to ONAP API Common Versioning Strategy (CVS) Proposal
    • Move all internal and external facing APIs to Swagger 2.0
  • OOF Casablanca S3P Performance enhancements
    • Creating a plan for performance improvements based on the baseline measured metrics
  • OOF development platform hardening
    • Deployment scripts
    • Fix Build Docker image script for supporting multiple versions
    • Fix OOM, HEAT deployment scripts (versioning)
    • CSIT functional tests for each repo
    • CI Jobs for different streams (Beijing, master etc)
    • Clean up nexus binaries and maven versioning
  • Integrate OOF with Certificate and Secret Management Service (CSM)
  • Support SON (PCI) optimization using OSDF
  • Platform Maturity Level 1
    • ~65.1+ unit test coverage

The Casablanca release for OOF delivered the following Epics.

  • [OPTFRA-273] - Epic Name: OOF Casablanca S3P Manageability enhancement
  • [OPTFRA-270] - Maintain current S3P levels
  • [OPTFRA-271] - OOF Casablanca S3P Security enhancement
  • [OPTFRA-267] - OOF - HPA Enhancements
  • [OPTFRA-276] - Implementing a POC for 5G SON Optimization

Bug Fixes

Known Issues

  • [OPTFRA-223] - On boarding and testing AAF certificates for OSDF.
  • [OPTFRA-293] - Implement encryption for all OSDF internal and external communication
  • [OPTFRA-329] - role based access control for OSDF-Policy interface

Security Notes

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OPTFRA osdf code has been formally scanned during build time using NexusIQ and no Critical vulnerability was found. The OPTF open Critical security vulnerabilities and their risk assessment have been documented as part of the project.

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Upgrade Notes

None.

Deprecation Notes

None.

Other

None

Version: 2.0.0

Release Date:2018-06-07

New Features

The ONAP Optimization Framework (OOF) is new in Beijing. A summary of features includes:

  • Baseline HAS functionality
    • support for VCPE use case
    • support for HPA (Hardware Platform Awareness)
  • Integration with OOF OSDF, SO, Policy, AAI, and Multi-Cloud
  • Platform Maturity Level 1
    • ~50%+ unit test coverage

The Beijing release for OOF delivered the following Epics.

  • [OPTFRA-2] - On-boarding and Stabilization of the OOF seed code
  • [OPTFRA-6] - Integrate OOF with other ONAP components
  • [OPTFRA-7] - Integration with R2 Use Cases [HPA, Change Management, Scaling]
  • [OPTFRA-20] - OOF Adapters for Retrieving and Resolving Policies
  • [OPTFRA-21] - OOF Packaging
  • [OPTFRA-28] - OOF Adapters for Beijing Release (Policy, SDC, A&AI, Multi Cloud, etc.)
  • [OPTFRA-29] - Policies and Specifications for Initial Applications [Change Management, HPA]
  • [OPTFRA-32] - Platform Maturity Requirements for Beijing release
  • [OPTFRA-33] - OOF Support for HPA
  • [OPTFRA-105] - All Documentation Related User Stories and Tasks

Bug Fixes

None. Initial release R2 Beijing. No previous versions

Known Issues

None.

Security Notes

OPTFRA code has been formally scanned during build time using NexusIQ and no Critical vulnerability was found.

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Upgrade Notes

None. Initial release R2 Beijing. No previous versions

Deprecation Notes

None. Initial release R2 Beijing. No previous versions

Other

None