OpFlex Control Protocol
draft-smith-opflex-03

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Abstract

The OpFlex architecture provides a distributed control system based on a declarative policy information model. The policies are defined at a logically centralized policy repository (PR) and enforced within a set of distributed policy elements (PE). The PR communicates with the subordinate PEs using the OpFlex Control protocol. This protocol allows for bidirectional communication of policy, events, statistics, and faults. This document defines the OpFlex Control Protocol.

Authors

Michael Smith (michsmit@cisco.com)
Robert Adams (readams@readams.net)
Mike Dvorkin (midvorki@cisco.com)
Youcef Laribi (youcef.laribi@citrix.com)
Vijoy Pandey (vijoy.pandey@us.ibm.com)
Pankaj Garg (pankajg@microsoft.com)
Nik Weidenbacher (nik.weidenbacher@sungard.com)

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