[Netslices] "Final" Agenda for COMS BoF

"Adrian Farrel" <adrian@olddog.co.uk> Mon, 19 March 2018 18:32 UTC

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Subject: [Netslices] "Final" Agenda for COMS BoF
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Thanks to everyone who expressed an opinion on the COMS agenda.

Gonzalo and I just met and came up with the following. I'll go ahead and post it and the slides we have received. 

Gonzalo and I will review the slides, but do feel free to update them if you think they would benefit from tweaks to fit with the agenda.



IETF-101, London
Thursday March 22nd, 2018
09.30 - 12.00

1. Administrivia - chairs [2 mins : 2/150]

2. Objectives of the BoF - ADs [3 mins : 5/150]

3. Overview of Questions to be Answered - chairs [5 mins : 10/150]
Refresher on the questions the ADs want answered.
See item 8 on the agenda.

4. Setting the Scene - Jari Arkko [20 mins : 30/150]

5. Why are we trying to provide NS solutions [30 mins : 60/150] 
a. Motivation for Management of Network Slicing and IETF work from Operator’s View Point
     Shunsuke Homma
     10 mins
b. Motivation for Management of Network Slicing and IETF COMS work from Operator’s View Point
     Luis M. Contreras
     10 mins
     Section5B-IETF 101 -COMS BoF - Multi-domain slicing -Luis M. Contreras-16-3-2018.pdf
c. Q&A 
    10 mins
Supporting references: 

6.  What are we trying to do?  [40 mins: 100/150] 
a. Problem Statement and Architecture of COMS
    Liang Geng
    10 mins
    Section6A- IETF101-COMS_BoF-ProblemSpaceandArch-Liang Geng_16-3-2018
b. COMS Architectural Design Enablers & Artefacts (1) : COMS Technology Independent Information Model
     Cristina Qiang 
     10 mins
     Section6B-IETF101-COMS BoF-Information Model-Cristina QIANG_16-3-2018
c. COMS Architectural Design Enablers & Artefacts (2) : Network Slice Interconnection 
     Xavier de Foy
     10 mins
     Section6C-IETF101-COMS-BoF-Interconnections-Xavier de Foy_16-3-2018
d. Q&A 
     10 mins
Supporting references: 

7.  How do the concepts fit together? [15 mins : 115/150] 
a.  Alex Gallis
     10 mins
     Section7-IETF101-COMS BoF-Concepts fit together in IETF-Alex Galis_16-3-2018
b. Q&A 
      5 mins
Reference: draft-geng-coms-architecture
8. The Questions - chairs [25 mins : 140/150]
Move through the questions one-by-one getting clarity on the answers.

9. Wrap up - ADs [10 mins : 150/150]