Source code for Aether and all of its subsystems is distributed across multiple repositories:
Gerrit repository for the CORD Project (https://gerrit.opencord.org): Microservices for AMP, plus source for the jobs that implement the CI/CD pipeline.
GitHub repository for the OMEC Project (https://github.com/omec-project): Microservices for SD-Core, plus the emulator that subjects SD-Core to RAN workloads.
GitHub repository for the ONOS Project (https://github.com/onosproject): Microservices for SD-Fabric and SD-RAN, plus the YANG models used to generate the Aether API.
GitHub repository for the Stratum Project (https://github.com/stratum): On-switch components of SD-Fabric.
For Gerrit, you can either browse Gerrit (select the master branch) or clone the corresponding <repo-name> by typing:
$ git clone ssh://gerrit.opencord.org:29418/<repo-name>
Deployment artifacts are pulled from the following repositories:
The Aether CI/CD pipeline, which keeps the above artifact repos in sync with the source repos, can be found here:
SD-Fabric (Servers): https://github.com/onosproject/onos-helm-chartsSD-Fabric (Switches): https://github.com/stratum/stratum-helm-charts
The Jenkins Jobs that implement the CI/CD pipeline are checked into:
These jobs, in turn, depend on QA tests that are checked into:
For more information about Aether’s CI/CD pipeline, including its QA and version control strategies, we recommend the Lifecycle Management chapter of our companion Edge Cloud Operations book.
L. Peterson, A. Bavier, S. Baker, Z. Williams, and B. Davie. Edge Cloud Operations: A Systems Approach. June 2022.
Finally, Aether OnRamp—the focus of this appendix—defines one possible way to integrate all of the above artifacts into an end-to-end system that can be deployed according to a set of blueprints. OnRamp is available on GitHub:
As described in the following sections, OnRamp prescribes a
step-by-step process for growing an Aether deployment from a single VM
to a multi-site hybrid cloud carrying live traffic. An important
aspect of OnRamp’s approach is to describe the interworking of the
deployment machinery in enough detail so anyone can deploy and operate
Aether, with each stage highlighting the next set of touchpoints for
customizing the configuration. All of these customizations are
recorded as a set of blueprints that govern how Aether is deployed.
blueprints directory of the OnRamp repo for the currently