[Roll] FW: [Anima] ANIMA draft charter

"Adrian Farrel" <adrian@olddog.co.uk> Thu, 07 August 2014 09:18 UTC

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From: "Adrian Farrel" <adrian@olddog.co.uk>
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Subject: [Roll] FW: [Anima] ANIMA draft charter
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Please excuse the spam.

There is a discussion about forming a working group for autonomic networking
that may be of interest to a number of you.

Please continue the discussion on the ANIMA mailing list (i.e., not here!)

Thanks,
Adrian
 
> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: [Anima] ANIMA draft charter
> Date: Tue, 5 Aug 2014 08:19:15 +0000
> From: Michael Behringer (mbehring) <mbehring@cisco.com>
> To: anima@ietf.org <anima@ietf.org>
> 
> At the BoF in Toronto there was rough consensus to continue the work on an
> autonomic infrastructure. Brian, Sheng, Toerless,
> Laurent and I have now drafted a potential WG charter with the input of our
ADs.
> Note that this is not yet a formal charter
> proposal, it's for discussion only so far.
> 
> The assumption is that more general aspects of autonomics will continue to be
> discussed in the NMRG group.
> 
> If we were to go ahead with a WG, the goal would be to focus on realistic
> deliverables. So the plan is to start with a small,
> achievable set of deliverables, and, if successful and useful, expand after
re-
> chartering.
> 
> Please comment here on this draft charter proposal.
> 
> Thanks,
> Michael
> 
> 
> Autonomic Networking Integrated Model and Approach (ANIMA) WG
> 
> Description of Working Group
> 
> Autonomic Networking focuses on self-management of network elements. An
> autonomic function works in a distributed way across
> various network elements, allowing however central guidance and reporting.
> Autonomic functions already exist today, for example
> IGP routing protocols such as OSPF. However, all such functions have their own
> discovery, transport, messaging and security
> mechanisms.
> 
> To transform the somewhat abstract Autonomic Networking concept into
> concrete, realisable requirements, the first stage,
> undertaken in the Network Management Research Group (NMRG) of the IRTF,
> was to define terminology and design goals, and to
> derive a high-level gap analysis. The definitions and design goals, as well as
a
> simple architecture model are defined in
> draft-irtf-nmrg-autonomic-network-definitions; the gap analysis for AN is
> described in draft-irtf-nmrg-an-gap-analysis. The UCAN
> BoF at IETF 90 discussed use cases and some existing solutions. All the above
> work serves as a baseline for this working group.
> 
> This working group defines solutions for an initial set of components of an
> autonomic networking infrastructure, based on the
> simple architecture and design goals defined in draft-irtf-nmrg-autonomic-
> network-definitions. Future work may include a more
> detailed systems architecture to support the development of autonomic service
> agents. The Anima working group will initially
> focus on enterprise, ISP networks and IoT.
> 
> The solutions target to cover the following areas:
> o identity of nodes
> o common security model
> o discovery model
> o negotiation model
> o a secure and logically separated communications channel
> o an example for an autonomic management model
> 
> The goals of this working group are:
> 
> o Definition of a generic discovery and negotiation protocol for autonomic
> functions
>    Starting point: draft-jiang-config-negotiation-protocol
> o Definition of a mechanism to bootstrap a trust infrastructure
>    Starting point: draft-pritikin-bootstrapping-keyinfrastructures
> o Definition of an logically separated Autonomic Control Plane
>    Starting point: draft-behringer-autonomic-control-plane
> 
> In addition, autonomic service agents will need to be defined for specific use
> cases. The working group will initially consider
> one simple example as a test case for further work.
> 
> o Definition of <a selected use case by the group>
>   Starting point: draft-use-case-tbd
> 
> The initial set of work items is limited to the above list to stay focused and
avoid
> "boiling the ocean". Additional documents
> concerning policy intent, other autonomic infrastructure components, use cases
> or autonomic service agents are strongly
> encouraged, as individual submissions, but are not planned as working group
> deliverables for now. No additional work items will
> be accepted in the working group without re-chartering.
> 
> Milestones
> 
> Nov 2014 - WG formation and adoption of drafts
>            - Mar IETF -
> Jun 2015 - WGLC for draft-generic-discovery-negotiation-protocol
>            - Jul IETF -
> Aug 2015 - submit draft-generic-discovery-negotiation-protocol to IESG
> (standards track)
> Oct 2015 - WGLC draft-keyinfrastructure-bootstrap
> Oct 2015 - WGLC draft-use-case-tbd
>            - Nov IETF -
> Dec 2015 - submit draft-keyinfrastructure-bootstrap to IESG  (standards track)
> Dec 2015 - submit draft-use-case-tbd to IESG  (standards track)
> Jan 2016 - WGLC draft-autonomic-common-control-plane
>            - Mar IETF -
> Apr 2016 - submit draft-autonomic-common-control-plane to IESG  (standards
> track)
> Jul 2016 - recharter if needed, or close
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