I2NSF on the NFV Reference Architecture
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Network Working Group                                     Hyunsik Yang
Internet-Draft                                            Younghan Kim
Intended status: Informational                     Soongsil University
Expires: December 2018                                   June 29, 2018

                  I2NSF on the NFV Reference Architecture
                 draft-yang-i2nsf-nfv-architecture-02.txt

Abstract

     This document describes the adoption of I2NSF Framework onto the
     Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) Reference Model. In this
     document, we explain the I2NSF Framework adopted to NFV reference
     architecture with each corresponding component.

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Table of Contents

   1. Introduction ................................................ 4
      1.1. Terminology ............................................ 4
   2. I2NSF framework onto the NFV Reference Model ................ 4
      2.1. NSF .................................................... 6
      2.2. Security Controller .................................... 7
      2.3. Developer's Mgmt System ................................ 7
      2.4. Interfaces ............................................. 7
         2.4.1. Consumer-Facing Interface ......................... 7
         2.4.2. NSF-Facing Interface .............................. 8
         2.4.3. Registration Interface ............................ 8
   3. I2NSF framework onto the NFV Reference Model(Alternative) ... 9
      3.1. Security Controller ................................... 10
      3.2. Developer's Mgmt System ............................... 10
      3.3. Interfaces ............................................ 10
         3.3.1. Consumer-Facing Interface ........................ 10
         3.3.2. NSF-Facing Interface ............................. 11
         3.3.3. Registration Interface ........................... 11
   4. Multi-site Consideration ................................... 11
   5. Use case -  SFC Enabled I2NSF framework .................... 12
      5.1. SFC Policy Manager .................................... 12
      5.2. SFC Catalog Manager ................................... 13
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