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Wednesday, October 5 • 12:00 - 12:50
SFQM & Doctor: Keeping My (Telco) Cloud Afloat - Emma Foley, Intel

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Collectd exposes statistics that facilitate more resilient and performant telco/NFV clouds.

It is vital to monitor systems for malfunctions that could lead to users' application service disruption and promptly react to these fault events to facilitate improving overall system performance.

By providing OpenStack with system statistics from collectd, there is more data available, which can be used for monitoring, performance analysis, fault detection, etc. using OPNFV Doctor-prescribed enhancements to OpenStack, action can then be taken to negate the effects of any faults in the deployment.

Gaps have been identified and work to improve OpenStack to enable a more fault tolerant cloud environment is well underway. A key part of this work includes expanding the amount of data available about the system (e.g. DPDK statistics), and improving alarming functionality in OpenStack Aodh.


Emma Foley

Software Engineer, Intel
Emma is a Software Engineer at Intel Shannon. She is currently working on OpenStack, focusing on telemetry and making data available to Openstack to enable better monitoring in the telco/NFV space.

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Carlos Goncalves

Software Specialist, NEC Laboratories Europe
Carlos Goncalves is a Software Specialist on the 5G Networks team at NEC Laboratories Europe in Heidelberg, Germany. He works in the areas of Network Functions Virtualization and Carrier-Cloud Operation & Management, developing novel technologies and tools for the design, deployment, operation and management of cloud-native virtualized network functions.

Harry van Haaren

Network Software Engineer, Intel
Harry van Haaren is a network software engineer working on DPDK, exposing statistics and telemetry KPIs to higher level entities.
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Maryam Tahhan

Network Software Engineer, Intel Corporation
Maryam Tahhan is a Network Software Engineer at Intel Corporation. Her focus has been on virtual switching, virtual switch performance and enabling service assurance features in DPDK. She leads 2 open source projects in OPNFV: VSPERF (vSwitch Performance Characterization) and SFQM (Software Fastpath Service Quality Metrics). Maryam’s current focus is enabling Open APIs for Service Assurance for Intel Platforms

Wednesday October 5, 2016 12:00 - 12:50
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