[NFVCON] related work progress in IETF

"Songhaibin (A)" <haibin.song@huawei.com> Mon, 20 January 2014 08:34 UTC

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From: "Songhaibin (A)" <haibin.song@huawei.com>
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Recently we noticed that SFC working group was formed. While SFC is focusing on the chaining logic for a virtual network function list and the encapsulation format for packets to enforce the chaining. I think there is still a lot of blank space to do. we can focus on the configuration of VNF itself, e.g. the VNF components selection, the resource requirement model (including automatic scale-out/in), the administration of VNF migration, and etc.

I think we can have another bar BoF at next IETF meeting to discuss these things. And we noticed that ETSI had some gap analysis work done. We can also discuss it.

Best Regards!
-Haibin