|tagger||Jenkins <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Thu Nov 11 10:14:26 2021 +0000|
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|author||Andrea Campanella <email@example.com>||Wed Nov 10 14:32:10 2021 +0100|
|committer||Andrea Campanella <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Wed Nov 10 14:34:26 2021 +0100|
[VOL-4445] Correct error type to proceed with deletion with half route Also moving deletion of logical device and meters to correct place in transitions.go Change-Id: I9eee03edba9ae47ec09fc3b752082a740ee0efde
Voltha aims to provide a layer of abstraction on top of legacy and next generation access network equipment for the purpose of control and management. Its initial focus is on PON (GPON, EPON, NG PON 2), but it aims to go beyond to eventually cover other access technologies (xDSL, Docsis, G.FAST, dedicated Ethernet, fixed wireless).
Key concepts of Voltha:
Control and management in the access network space is a mess. Each access technology brings its own bag of protocols, and on top of that vendors have their own interpretation/extension of the same standards. Compounding the problem is that these vendor- and technology specific differences ooze way up into the centralized OSS systems of the service provider, creating a lot of inefficiencies.
Ideally, all vendor equipment for the same access technology should provide an identical interface for control and management. Moreover, there shall be much higher synergies across technologies. While we wait for vendors to unite, Voltha provides an increment to that direction, by confining the differences to the locality of access and hiding them from the upper layers of the OSS stack.
Contributions, small and large, are welcome. Minor contributions and bug fixes are always welcome in form of pull requests. For larger work, the best is to check in with the existing developers to see where help is most needed and to make sure your solution is compatible with the general philosophy of Voltha. Please check out the contributing page on the documentation.