Policy-Driven Infrastructure: Separating User Intent from Configuration Procedures
The focus on separating user intent from infrastructure is an important new insight into how cloud environments should be run. To drive forward this approach, Group-Based Policy is currently being developed for both OpenStack and OpenDaylight open source projects. Mike Cohen, Director of Product Management and Sandeep Agrawal Senior Marketing Manager, both of whom work at Cisco Systems join me to talk about Group-Based Policy or using intent to manage infrastructure.
Duration: 21 minutes 17 seconds
Lippis Intro/Analysis @ : 00:10 sec
Question 1 @ 2:44 sec: Sandeep, What is GBP and what problem is trying to solve.
Question 2 @ 4:28 sec: Mike, What are the architectural components associated with GBP?
Question 3 @ 5:41 sec: Sandeep, How does GBP contribute to an open SDN approach?
Question 4 @ 6:48 sec: Sandeep, What does GBP mean for security and governance?
Question 5 @ 8:51 sec: Mike, Does GBP offer a means to automate network configuration and change management?
Question 6 @ 10:23 sec: Mike, One part of GBP is that it gathers the state of the infrastructure. How does it accomplish this, is there a state database that’s created?
Question 7 @ 12:20 sec: Mike, Does GBP assist in the creation of an application dependency map that can be shared across multiple IT teams, such as storage, networking, servers/virtualization and application development?
Question 8 @ 13:41 sec: Mike, How are the policies that are created configured within the products that make up the infrastructure?
Question 9 @ 15:09 sec: Mike, GBP is being adopted by OpenStack and OpenDayLight, but how will it be implemented by the vendor community within products?
Question 10 @ 18:03 sec: Mike, How does GBP compare to other efforts such as: Congress and ONOS?