Agenda IETF104: nmrg

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Meeting Agenda

NMRG 51st meeting
IETF 104, Prague

RG Chair:
   Laurent Ciavaglia

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* Session 1
  Monday, 25 March 2019, Morning Session II 1120-1220
  Room: Grand Ballroom

  1. Introduction, Chairs
  11:20, 5 min.

  2. Intent Classification, Richard Meade (Remote)
  11:25, 10 min. + 5 min. Q&A
Abstract: This document discusses what intent means to different users,
describes different ways to classify intent and an associated taxonomy of this

  3. IBN – the technology, Jeff Tantsura
  11:40, 20 min. + 5 min. Q&A
Abstract: Taxonomy of IBN introduces 4 levels of maturity, from basic
automation to self-operating networks. Ability to constantly validate that the
operational state is the intended state is fundamental for IBN to coherently
provide full life cycle management, from design to deployment to operations.
This is to introduce the concept of IBA - Intent Based Analytics that are
context and intent aware and gather only data that is relevant to the intent as
the opposite to “big data fishing”.

  4. Discussion
  12:05, 15 min.
       . Update to NMRG work plan on IBN
       . Deliverables, milestones, criteria for RG adoption

* Session 2
  Thursday, 28 March 2019, Afternoon Session I 1350-1550
  Room: Karlin 1/2

  1. Introduction, Chairs
  13:50, 15 min.

  2. AI for NM, Speakers TBA.
  14:05, 15 min. + 15 min. Q&A
Abstract: Collective discussion about the AI for NM topic and what the RG work
should be, building upon presentations and discussions at previous NMRG
meetings (e.g. IETF100/Singapore, IETF 102/Montreal)

  3. NMRG 1999-2019, a Retrospective, Past NMRG Chairs
  14:35, 15 min. + 10 min. Q&A
Abstract: A retrospective of NMRG from its creation in 1999 up to now (2019),
presented by previous NMRG chairs (Juergen, Olivier and Lisandro). The goal is
to reflect on the evolutions the RG has been through and how this could help us
to define what the RG work could be for the next period (5-10 years ahead).

  4. Discussion on future of the RG, Chairs, Open Mic
      . Networking and network management in 2019 and beyond
      . Synthesis of expressed opinions, topics and research directions
      . Way forward for the RG, NMRG re-charter