Re: [OpenDaylight TSC] Request Creation Review for Cardinal - OpenDaylight Monitoring as a Service
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I wanted to take this opportunity to follow up with the creation review along two threads.First, I'm not sure if you're aware, but the OpenNMS guys (two of which are cc'ed) have been working on integrating OpenNMS with OpenDaylight in a variety of ways that are very similar to what was proposed in Cardinal. It might be worth talking a bit about where there's commonality and seeing if there's room for collaboration.
Second, Ed (cc'ed) and I talked about the OpenDaylight deployment model and how requiring an external daemon might complicate things. In essence, we've found the most successful OpenDaylight projects provide some out-of-the-box features by just downloading the Karaf distribution, unzipping it and running it. If you also require that people download and install snmpd and snmptrapd, it decreases the number of people who will download it and try it out.
That's not to say you couldn't have that be one option. For example, the TSDR project supports HSQLDB out-of-the-box without anything else and can be configured to use Cassandra and/or HBASE as well.
Neither of these are in any way a requirement, just suggestions/advice about what people have found works.
On Thu, Mar 31, 2016 at 2:15 PM, Colin Dixon <colin@...> wrote: