12:59:31 <jentoio> #startmeeting Weekly Technical Discuss Meeting #171
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12:59:40 <jentoio> #topic Roll Call
12:59:48 <jentoio> #info Jack Morgan
13:05:53 <jentoio> #info Lincoln Lavoie
13:05:57 <jentoio> #info Jim Baker
13:06:09 <jentoio> #info Parth Yadav
13:06:31 <jentoio> #info James Gu
13:07:38 <jentoio> #topic LF OPNFV Lab update discussion
13:16:18 <jentoio> #info Jim shared that LF IT wants to replace the UCS hardware that are in the Portland Lab
13:17:08 <jentoio> #info Jack provided a background on OPNFV community labs - those that support releases and those for development / testing
13:24:37 <jentoio> #info Al Morton
13:39:12 <jentoio> #info Trevor Cooper
13:39:30 <jentoio> #info Georg Kunz
13:52:29 <jentoio> #info Al presented the need to have 100Gbe testing in OPNFV community labs to keep up with industry standards
13:53:38 <jentoio> #info Jack mentioned that different labs have different purposes - LF Portlant lab supports releases while other labs support development and testing
13:56:05 <jentoio> #info Intel lab currently has an Ixia hardware traffic generator but doesn't support 100gbe - discussion resulted in the need to get a newer chassis if 100gbe traffic testing was desired
13:57:09 <jentoio> #info Other possibility included having some or all hardware resources in LF Portland lab be allocated to LaaS but would need to check with Trevor Bramwell
13:59:51 <jentoio> #info next steps include discussing LaaS possibility with releng project, Trevor (LF), looking at how many servers/nics we can get with the budget (do we need another switch?)  in preparation for Friday's meeting with LF IT
14:01:12 <jentoio> #endmeeting