[occi-wg] Feature Freeze for OCCI Core & Model
garymazzaferro at gmail.com
Fri Oct 15 11:15:53 CDT 2010
I think I'm ok with a freeze for most features.
Not happy with the definition of of collection/Category. By definition a
Category is a collection with one member. We should clarify that in the
I do have one concern about credentials and... the impact that will
have on Resources...There are 3 companies releasing a product that
incorporates certificates to manage keys for encrypted storage using
Oasis KMIP. Using wrapped certificates, groups of partners can share
keys while maintaining privacy and independent key life cycles.
Adding credentials to console, networking and external Resources
models, we can find one Resource may support multiple credentials. It
impacts provisioning and consumption processes. During provisioning, an
occi definition may add several credentials at on time. So we will need
to support groups (via collections) of credentials on provisioning.
I'm having a tough time envisioning the core model without credentials
I think credentials need to be sibling to Link, Resource and Action.
Credential's UML attributes should be "type" and "certificate". "Type"
expresses the credential format and should correspond to ANSI X9 TR-31
[X9 TR-31] . The UML "credential" is byte storage for the credential.
Since Credential is a subclass of Kind, collections and Links apply.
I'm not sure if the Category's "title" attribute would be mandatory, I'm
leaning towards the  more than the .
The credential scheme does not address provider HTTP logon credentials.
If we did, we would need to determine which certificate we would use
to pass in user/password.
On 10/15/2010 8:51 AM, alexander.papaspyrou at tu-dortmund.de wrote:
> since the OCCI core and model seems to have stabilized now (after hard and tempting discussions), I would suggest that we do a
> _formal feature freeze_
> to enforce some stability for the other parts of the OCCI specifications, *effective immediately*.
> The Feature Freeze is effective immediately. If there are any serious objections against it, please let Thijs know
> until Monday, October 18, 2010, 12:00pm UTC.
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