[Casm] casm proposed charter v20170807

"Marc Blanchet" <marc.blanchet@viagenie.ca> Mon, 07 August 2017 17:44 UTC

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Hello,
  following our informal meeting during last IETF, I took the token to 
start writing a charter for CASM. I know it is not complete, but would 
like to get comments, proposals, suggestions, reviews at this point.

Regards, Marc.

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Coordinated Address Space Management (CASM)
Proposed Charter, v20170807

Organizations use IP Address Space Management (IPAM) tools to manage 
their IP address space, often with proprietary database and interfaces. 
This work is to evolve IPAM into standardized interfaces for coordinated 
management of IP addresses, including SDN/NFV networks and other forms 
of virtualization. Use cases include dynamic allocation and release of 
IP addresses and prefixes based on usage and queries to RIR to receive 
the allocated prefixes to the requestor.  The interfaces will be 
specified as Yang models. The scope of the system is within a single 
autonomous system.
Future work, not part of the current charter, could include intent-based 
northbound interfaces and additional interactions with RIR.

Milestones
- Problem Statement and Architecture
- Yang model for IP prefix management
- Yang model for RIR Internet Number Resource requests