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Clustering Development Guideline

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V 3.2 CGL Development Guidelines - Introduction

This is an effort from the CGL Initiative to survey open source for projects that can potentially provide implementations for the requirements defined in the CGL Requirements Documents. This site is maintained and updated frequently to keep all information up-to-date. In some cases, one or more open source projects exist that meet all or part of the specified defined feature. The use of these listed projects is not mandated in order to meet the CGL requirements. Many of the projects are a Proof Of Concept (POC) that the features can be implemented. There may be other projects (OSS or proprietary) that have the same function or that fully meet the requirement. This site provides reference information is it is not (and is not intended to be) a comprehensive list of all possible projects that provide the capabilities that are listed in the CGL specifications. The CGL Requirement Definition Documents are available from: http://www.linux-foundation.org/en/Requirements

Note: The "2.1/P1' column in the tables indicates that the item (i.e. requirement) was priority 1 requirements in the CGL 2.1 Requirement Definition Document.

Additional Information: Additional information is available from CGL wiki site at: http://www.linux-foundation.org/en/Carrier_Grade_Linux

Feedbacks: To send input to the CGL team, please send your email to lf_carrier@linux-foundation.org

Available Sections:

  • Standards
  • Availability
  • Serviceability
  • Performance
  • Cluster
  • Hardware
  • Security

Note: CGL and TLF need to decide whether and/or how to support PCO going forward


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