The Open Baton CLI
Python version of the Open Baton CLI
This project contains a vnfm sdk for python projects.
This section covers the requirements that must be met by the python-vnfm-sdk in order to satisfy the demands for such a component:
- python 2.7
How to install the Open Baton CLI
The easier way to start is to use a virtual environment. Once activated, just run
pip install openbaton-cli
How to use the Open Baton CLI
After installing the CLI you have a new command:
./openbaton -h 2 ↵ usage: openbaton [-h] [-pid PROJECT_ID] [-u USERNAME] [-p PASSWORD] [-d] [-ip NFVO_IP] [--nfvo-port NFVO_PORT] [-s] agent action [params [params ...]] positional arguments: agent the agent you want to use. Possibilities are: ['project', 'vnfci', 'vdu', 'log', 'vnfd', 'csarnsd', 'nsd', 'csarvnfd', 'vim', 'vnfr', 'service', 'user', 'key', 'vnfpackage', 'nsr', 'event', 'market'] action the action you want to call. Possibilities are: ['list', 'show', 'delete', 'create'] params The ID, file or JSON optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -pid PROJECT_ID, --project-id PROJECT_ID the project-id to use -u USERNAME, --username USERNAME the openbaton username -p PASSWORD, --password PASSWORD the openbaton password -d, --debug show debug prints -ip NFVO_IP, --nfvo-ip NFVO_IP the openbaton nfvo ip --nfvo-port NFVO_PORT the openbaton nfvo port -s, --ssl use HTTPS instead of HTTP
Where the agents are:
|nsd||Agent requesting Network Service Descriptor|
|vnfd||Agent requesting Network Service Records|
|nsr||Agent requesting Network Service Records|
|vnfr||Agent requesting Virtual Network Service Records|
|projects||Agent requesting Projects|
|vim||Agent requesting Point of Presence|
|user||Agent requesting Users|
|vnfpackages||Agent requesting VNFPAckages|
|market||Agent adding Network Service Descriptors from the Marketplace|
|csarnsd||Agent adding Network Service Descriptors in CSAR format|
|csarvnfd||Agent adding Virtual Network Function Descriptors in CSAR format|
|event||Agent requesting Event Endpoints|
|service||Agent requesting Services|
And actions are:
|list||Request the list of agent’s objects|
|show||Show specific information of an object|
|create||create the passed object|
|delete||delete the specified object|
Issues and bug reports should be posted to the GitHub Issue Tracker of this project
What is Open Baton?
OpenBaton is an open source project providing a comprehensive implementation of the ETSI Management and Orchestration (MANO) specification.
Open Baton is a ETSI NFV MANO compliant framework. Open Baton was part of the OpenSDNCore (www.opensdncore.org) project started almost three years ago by Fraunhofer FOKUS with the objective of providing a compliant implementation of the ETSI NFV specification.
Open Baton is easily extensible. It integrates with OpenStack, and provides a plugin mechanism for supporting additional VIM types. It supports Network Service management either using a generic VNFM or interoperating with VNF-specific VNFM. It uses different mechanisms (REST or PUB/SUB) for interoperating with the VNFMs. It integrates with additional components for the runtime management of a Network Service. For instance, it provides autoscaling and fault management based on monitoring information coming from the the monitoring system available at the NFVI level.
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Licensing and distribution
Copyright [2015-2016] Open Baton project
Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the “License”);
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at
Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software distributed under the License is distributed on an “AS IS” BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations under the License.
The Open Baton project provides community support through the Open Baton Public Mailing List and through StackOverflow using the tags openbaton.
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