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This project aims to evolve industry-wide Open Information Models and associated open source tooling software that guides/supports the development of software-defined standard platforms, frameworks and interfaces used to control/manage/orchestrate Software Defined Networks. It will include the development of
- Detailed but compact canonical models in UML (with supporting documentation), capturing the essence of networking from a management-control perspective, and of control from a governance perspective that will, by emphasizing patterns, promote efficient software development
- Tooling software that supports the mapping from the canonical models to purpose specific UML models (such as for an interface)
- Tooling software that converts an appropriate UML model into an interface schema form such as Yang, JSON or TOSCA
- Guidelines that promote normalized use of UML, shared tooling use and tool driven standardized language mappings
Key People & Communication Channels
Technical Steering Team
The technical steering team is responsible for all technical decisions in the project. They are responsible for the content and structure of the code base and for all technical priorities with respect to the code base.
The Project Leads are Nigel Davis (Ciena) and Kam Lam (Fiberhome). The current Technical Steering Team (TST) is made up of the following people:
The mailing lists are the preferred way to get in touch with the project members with any questions, suggestions, or concerns.
Interested in being involved with the OTCC project or any of its sub-projects? Reach out to the OIMT Mailing List for more information.
Recent space activity
OIMT TR-512 Core Model modules mapping & paths commented about 9 hours ago
Agenda plan for 2019 September 9-13 OIMT & OTCC Silicon Valley Meeting updated Sep 13, 2019 view change
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