- Feature Name: odl-cardinal
- Feature URL: https://git.opendaylight.org/gerrit/gitweb?p=cardinal.git;a=blob;f=features/cardinal-features4/pom.xml;h=127e4d4e969250b07f8a8f4111801f14110700f0;hb=6129c10c4929adfc298ef1c36b9d68e196b303a5;hb=HEAD
- Feature Description: Cardinal (OpenDaylight Monitoring as a Service) enables SDN Controller - OpenDaylight (ODL) to be remotely monitored by deployed Network Management Systems (NMS) or Analytics suite. Cardinal-Boron includes
# Cardinal support for agents - snmpd, snmptrapd (3rd party library) for multi-platform support # Cardinal support for ODL System info # Cardinal support for ODL Karaf threads and memory # OpenDaylight MIB in experimental branch - manual created MIB for Cardinal # Cardinal support for ODL Karaf features and bundles # Cardinal support for Openflow Devices # Cardinal support for Netconf Devices # Cardinal support for ODL MD_SAL - Plug-ins (IoTDM) # Cardinal REST support for defined Cardinal MIB
- Top Level: Yes
- User Facing: Yes
- Experimental: Yes
- CSIT Test: https://git.opendaylight.org/gerrit/#/c/41204/
Non-Code Aspects(user docs, examples, tutorials, articles)
- Release notes
- Installation Guide(s)
- Installation procedure is the same as applicable for OpenDaylight. The additional command to be executed for Cardinal feature installation is as follows: feature:install odl-cardinal
- User Guide(s)
- Developer Guide(s)
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Note (1): Installation procedure is the same as applicable for OpenDaylight. The additional command to be executed for Cardinal feature installation is as follows: feature:install odl-cardinal
- In Future release the aim is to support SNMPv3 to enable secure communication (encryption and authentication) in OpenDaylight-Cardinal inter-working to 3rd party applications (NMS et. al.)
Quality Assurance (test coverage, etc)
- Unit testing is done for all features. Unit test coverage is 40 %.
- Unit testing: Used JaCoCo for code coverage visibility
- Manual system tests performed with success.
- No blocking issues identified as yet.
End-of-life (API/Features EOLed in Release)
As this is the first release of Cardinal in ODL, there are no EOL APIs nor features in this release.
Bugzilla (summary of bug situation)
Standards (summary of standard compliance)
Schedule (initial schedule and changes over the release cycle)
The project's mostly complied with its schedule.