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Brigade Goals and Scope

The overarching goal is to extend the CORD platform so it can accommodate hierarchical / multi-site deployments. We are considering three possible use cases:

  • E-CORD – A global XOS manages a distributed set of (self-contained) CORD PODs connected by a metro backbone.
  • Private LTE – An edge POD manages a set of co-located (but isolated) periphery "virtualized RAN" micro-PODs.
  • OpenCloud – A global XOS manages a distributed set of (self-contained) CORD PODs connected by the Internet2 backbone.

This is a continuation (and generalization) of an earlier effort that was sometimes called Layered XOS.

Brigade Leads

Brigade Members

  • Matt Hemmings, University of Victoria  <discountyoyos@gmail.com>
  • Matteo Scandolo, ONF <teo@opennetworking.org>

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