Open Network Automation Platform
Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP) is an open source project hosted by the Linux Foundation.
ONAP provides a comprehensive platform for real-time, policy-driven service orchestration and automation. ONAP enables service providers and developers to rapidly automate the instantiation and configuration of physical and virtual network functions and to support complete life cycle management activities. By unifying the resources of open source members, ONAP enables the acceleration of the development of a vibrant ecosystem around a globally shared architecture and the implementation of network automation faster than any product could on its own.
General information about the new ONAP release and recent changes, feature enhancements, or bug fixes.
Project specific information about recent changes, features, enhancements, or bug fixes.
Names and release dates of previous ONAP versions.
ONAP covers a wide range of use cases for Communication Service Providers (CSP) and the open source networking industry. Read about the latest verified use cases, functional requirements and blueprints to achieve your goals.
A high-level guidance on the mission and main functionalities of ONAP. Basic guidelines on license details, limitations and security references support understanding the solution.
A general description of functional ONAP components and how they interact. Covers the design-time and runtime framework, ONAP microservices and common services.
A individual description of every ONAP component and its features.
The installation of ONAP, its management, monitoring and other operational tasks like integration or user management are covered here.
Developers contributing to the ONAP development can find information here.
A guide to set up a documentation development environment, documentation style guides, tips and templates are provided here.
Describes the current state of ONAP Security. Learn about discovered and fixed vulnerabilities and how to report them.