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Understanding OPNFV 73 5 OPNFV UPSTREAM CONTRIBUTIONS OPNFV has several projects that collect NFV-centric requirements for the various upstream open source communities and influence those projects, even contributing code to upstream communities and where needed. These efforts aim to recreate the same level of service assurance, Quality of Service (QoS) and availability on a virtual infrastructure that is currently available on a physical infrastructure. A typical upstream contribution project has deliverables such as: ● Requirements gathering: Use cases, architecture, requirements analysis, and so on ● Documentation: Release notes, installation guides, user guides, platform overview, configuration guides, and so on ● Upstream contributions: Working with upstream communities to define blueprints and contribute code that fulfils the requirements gathered by the project Below is a list of all upstream contribution projects (as of the OPNFV Danube release) and a brief description of each. More details on OPNFV projects are available on the wiki. These projects fall into the following general categories: ● Service assurance and availability ● Easing integration of upstream projects ● NFVI/VIM/VNF deployment and lifecycle management ● Documentation and security

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