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Pharos Project: OPNFV Lab Infrastructure

The Pharos Project deals with developing an OPNFV lab infrastructure that is geographically and technically diverse. This will greatly assist in developing a highly robust and stable OPNFV platform. Community labs are hosted by individual companies and there is also an OPNFV lab hosted by the Linux Foundation that has controlled access for key development and production activities. The Pharos Specification defines a "compliant" deployment and test environment. Pharos is responsible for defining lab capabilities, developing management/usage policies and process; and a support plan for reliable access to project and release resources. Community labs are provided as a service by companies and are not controlled by Pharos however our goal is to provide easy visibility of all lab capabilities and their usage at all-times.

Pharos Introduction on OPNFV webpage https://www.opnfv.org/developers/pharos

Pharos Brahmaputra documentation http://artifacts.opnfv.org/pharos/brahmaputra/docs/index.html

Release-C ideas and planning … PLEASE CONTRIBUTE: https://etherpad.opnfv.org/p/pharos-plans-release-c


Pharos Project on Jira https://jira.opnfv.org/projects/PHAROS/summary

Communication

Lab SupportProcess for requesting lab access and support

Pharos Lab Governance and Policies

Status of Community labs

Pharos Brahmaputra Planning https://wiki.opnfv.org/pharos_rls_b_plan


Active Pharos Projects

Pharos specification


Community Labs

NOTE: Only Active Community Labs should be listed. Please follow these instructions when updating this list.

operating instructions

Various functions are available as part of the map.

mouse/touch operation
  • moving by grabbing the map with a mouse-click you can move the map around
  • overview map using the + button in the bottom right of the map you can expand an overview map
  • zooming in and out using the + and - buttons in the top left of the map you can obtain more or less detail in the map
  • switching themes or maps clicking on the ≡ icon on the right-hand side of the map you can view and select available maps and themes
  • retrieving information the map may contain elements that contain more information, by clicking these a popup will show this information
  • fullscreen display using the ✈ button the map can be maximized to fullscreen display, use the ✕ button to return to page display.
keyboard operation

Keyboard operation becomes available after activating the map using the tab key (the map will show a focus indicator ring).

  • moving using the arrow keys you can move the map
  • overview map using the + button in the bottom right of the map you can expand an overview map
  • zooming in and out using the + and - buttons in the top left of the map or by using the + and - keys you can obtain more or less detail in the map
  • switching themes or maps clicking on the ≡ icon on the right-hand side of the map you can view and select available maps and themes
  • retrieving information the map may contain elements that contain more information, using the i key you can activate a cursor that may be moved using the arrow keys, pressing the enter will execute an information retrieval. press the i or the escape key to return to navigation mode
  • fullscreen display using the ✈ button the map can be maximized to fullscreen display, use the ✕ button to return to page display.

It's possible that some of the functions or buttons describe above have been disabled by the page author or the administrator

 

Points of Interest
id symbol latitude longitude description
1 marker-red 45.52º -122.67º

Linux Foundation;Portland, Oregon
external link: test.com

2 marker-red 39.7392º -104.9902º

Cable Labs;Denver, CA
external link: test.com

3 marker-green 37.333685º -121.891272º

Spirent VCT Lab
San Jose, California

4 marker-red 39.90º 116.35º

China Mobile Labs;Beijing, China
external link: test.com

5 marker-red 37.413137º -121.977975º

Dell Labs;Santa Clara, California
link: https://wiki.opnfv.org/dell_hosting

6 marker-red 59.41º 17.95º

Enea Pharos Lab;Kista, Sweden
external link: ENEA pharos lab

7 marker-blue 45.50º -73.66º

Ericsson Labs;Montreal, Canada
external link: test.com

8 marker-green 34.26º 108.97º

Huawei Labs;Xi an, China
external link: test.com

9 marker-green 37.373424º -121.964913º

Huawei Labs;Santa Clara, USA
external link: test.com

10 marker-green 45.53º -122.97º

Intel Labs;Hillsboro, Oregon
link: intel_hosting

11 marker-gold 48.75867º -3.45196º

Orange Labs;Lannion, France
external link: test.com

12 marker-gold 48.825786º 2.274797º

Orange Labs;Paris, France
external link: test.com

13 marker-red 31.97º 118.79º

ZTE Labs;Nan Jing, China
link:ZTE, Nan Jing


Map Position Hosting Organization Wiki page Contact person Status Location Nb of PoDs Role
1 Linux Foundation Linux Foundation, Portland Konstantin Ryabitsev konstantin@linuxfoundation.org 3 Full Bare Metal Pods Pods - Used for Arno deployment and test Portland, Oregon 2 opnfv-jump-1 opnfv-jump-2 build deploy test
2 Spirent Spirent, San Jose Iben Rodriguez iben.rodriguez@vmsec.com 0 Bare Metal Pods - only virtual - Used for VSPERF, STORPERF, SR-IOV, IPv6, Security, OpenDaylight, NFV, SDN, & OpenStack testing and test development Nephoscale San Jose, CA
3 China Mobile China Mobile, Beijing Fu Qiao fuqiao@chinamobile.com Operational 1 Full Bare Metal Pod Beijing, China
4 Dell Dell, Santa Clara Ramki Krishnan ramki_krishnan@dell.com Setup 2 Full Bare Metal Pods for Arno connected with Jenkins Slaves - 2 more pods coming Santa Clara, CA
5 Enea Enea, Kista Joe Kidder joe.kidder@enea.com Hardware installed, Porting Installer and Tests Kista, Sweden 1 Test, CI, Development
6 Ericsson Ericsson, Montreal Daniel Smith daniel.smith@ericsson.com 3 HA BM PODs Used for Bhrama. CI integration and test, 1 vPOD CI (Jenkins Slaves), Yardstick Dev Montreal, Canada
7 Huawei Huawei, Xi an ZHANG Xianbin zhangxianbin@huawei.com Operational Xi an, China
8 Huawei Huawei, Santa Clara Weidong Shao weidong.shao@huawei.com Operational 1 Full Bare Metal Pod Santa Clara, CA
9 Intel Intel, Portland Jack Morgan jack.morgan@intel.com 9 Full Bare Metal Pods Portland, Oregon 9 Test, CI, Development
10 Orange Orange, Lannion Bertrand Le Lamer bertrand.lelamer@orange.com September 2015, used for testing Orange Labs; Lannion, France 1 test
11 Orange Orange, Paris Cyril Auboincyril.auboin@orange.com Open since 4/9 Orange Labs; Paris, France 1 test
12 ZTE ZTE, Nan Jing Zhihui Wu wu.zhihui1@zte.com.cn Used for Development, integration and test(Parser, Yardstick, Functest) based on Fuel Arno Release. Nan Jing, China

Pharos presentations

Pharos project - Key facts

Project: Testbed infrastructure (Pharos)
Project Creation Date: January 8, 2015
Project Category: Integration & Testing
Lifecycle State: Mature
Primary Contact: Jack Morgan (jack.morgan@intel.com)
Project Lead: Jack Morgan (jack.morgan@intel.com)
Jira Project Name: Testbed infrastructure project
Jira Project Prefix: PHAROS
Mailing list tag: [pharos]
IRC: Server:freenode.net Channel:#opnfv-pharos
Repository: pharos

Committers:

trevor.cooper@intel.com
fuqiao@chinamobile.com
Wenjing.Chu@huawei.com
morgan.richomme@orange.com
jack.morgan@intel.com
jose.lausuch@ericsson.com
fatih.degirmenci@ericsson.com
zhang.jun3g@zte.com.cn

Link to TSC approval of the project: http://meetbot.opnfv.org/meetings/opnfv-meeting/
Link(s) to approval of additional committers:
http://lists.opnfv.org/pipermail/opnfv-tech-discuss/2016-May/010567.html
Via email, RT Ticket: 23593

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pharos.rst … project information file for release docs

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pharos.txt · Last modified: 2016/03/07 21:03 by Trevor Cooper