ONAP Fundamentals (LFS263) + COP Exam Bundle
The exam expects baseline understanding of the underlying cloud platform (e.g. Kubernetes and OpenStack) and minimal familiarity with modeling languages (e.g. Heat and TOSCA).
Create a Vendor License Model (VLM) to meet a specific licensing approach
Inspect a VNF package and understand key parameters
Onboard a VNF by
i) creating a new Vendor Software Product (VSP) from the local machine and VNF marketplace
ii) importing VSP
iii) submitting VSP for testing
Create a Network Service (NS), inspect TOSCA network service model, and submit it for distribution
Inspect and modify HPA/OOF policy
Validate and confirm Network Service is successfully distributed and ready for deployment
Add VNF profile to SDNC and preload the profile
Create homing and placement policy and associate it with VNFs
Create Network Service instances
Mount APP-C interface to VNF
Run LCM commands via REST API or CLI to APP-C, including:
- Scale VNF
- Change Management
- Start/Stop VNF
- Attach Volume
Review ONAP k8s POD healthchecks, memory usage and logs
Check HPA capabilities in OpenStack by inspecting VM flavors
Check OpenStack for VNF failures
Access and review VNF logs and status
Audit DMAAP events via dashboard
Audit SO workflow execution
Conduct an audit using POMBA
Conduct service topology verification via A&AI
Conduct Closed-Loop checks
Define a Policy for governing network service/resource behavior (Actor/Recipe Policy to invoke for closed loop action)
Deploy and validate Policies for a Network Service
Ensure that a specific closed loop action is taken on receipt of a corresponding event
Perform Closed Loop configuration and deployment using CLAMP
Registration for this exam, is for a SINGLE ATTEMPT at the Certified ONAP Professional Exam.
The environment provisioned for your exam includes a Remote Desktop Linux Environment and nested virtualized infrastructure to support a limited ONAP deployment.
- This course requires a basic understanding of Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) and Software Defined Networking (SDN).
- It also requires a basic knowledge of Linux equivalent to that obtained from the Introduction to Linux (LFS101x) course, which the Linux Foundation makes available on edX.
Lab exercises will be conducted on seven custom VMs (six VMs for setting up ONAP, and 1 VM for OpenStack cloud) on GCP. The approximate cloud cost will be < $4/hour paid directly to GCP.
There are no pre-requisites for this exam.