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From Jacky Li <jacky.li...@qq.com>
Subject Re: [VOTE] Accept Traffic Control into the Apache Incubator
Date Wed, 06 Jul 2016 23:22:37 GMT
+1 (non-binding)

Good luck!

Regards,
Jacky

> 在 2016年7月6日,下午4:11,Pierre Smits <pierre.smits@gmail.com> 写道:
> 
> +1 (non-binding)
> 
> Best regards,
> 
> Pierre Smits
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> On Tue, Jul 5, 2016 at 3:08 PM, Josh Elser <elserj@apache.org> wrote:
> 
>> +1 (binding)
>> 
>> Good luck!
>> 
>> 
>> Jan van Doorn wrote:
>> 
>>> Following the discussion thread, I would like to call a VOTE on accepting
>>> Traffic Control into the Apache Incubator.
>>> 
>>> [] +1 Accept Traffic Control into the Apache Incubator
>>> [] +0 Abstain.
>>> [] -1 Do not accept Traffic Control into the Apache Incubator because ...
>>> 
>>> This vote will be open for at least 1 week (extra long to accommodate
>>> holiday schedules).
>>> 
>>> The proposal follows, you can also access the wiki page:
>>> https://wiki.apache.org/incubator/TrafficControlProposal
>>> 
>>> Thanks,
>>> JvD
>>> 
>>> 
>>> = Traffic Control Proposal =
>>> 
>>> == Abstract ==
>>> 
>>> Traffic Control allows you to build a large scale content delivery
>>> network using
>>> open source.
>>> 
>>> == Proposal ==
>>> 
>>> The goal of this proposal is to bring the Traffic Control project into the
>>> Apache Software Foundation.
>>> 
>>> == Background ==
>>> 
>>> Initially built around Apache Traffic Server as the caching software,
>>> Traffic
>>> Control implements all functions of a modern CDN except the caching
>>> software:
>>> 
>>>  * Traffic Router is a Java Tomcat application that routes clients to
>>> the closest
>>>  available cache on the CDN using both HTTP and DNS. By using consistent
>>> hashing
>>>  it sends requests for the same content to the same cache in a group of
>>> caches
>>>  working together in a location. It takes care of routing clients around
>>> hot
>>>  spots and problems in the CDN by using the information from Traffic
>>> Monitor with
>>>  regards to state of all the caches.
>>> 
>>>  * Traffic Monitor is a Java Tomcat application that implements the CDN
>>> health
>>>  protocol. Every cache in the CDN is checked using HTTP for vital stats,
>>> and
>>>  based on these stats, caches are declared healthy or unhealthy. This
>>> information
>>>  is then used by Traffic Router to make its routing decisions.
>>> 
>>>  * Traffic Ops is a Perl Mojolicious and jQuery UI application for
>>> management and
>>>  monitoring of all servers in the CDN. All server and content routing
>>> information
>>>  for the CDN is managed through Traffic Ops. It also exposes RESTful API
>>>  endpoints for consumption by tools and other applications.
>>> 
>>>  * Traffic Stats is a Go application that is used to acquire and store
>>> statistics
>>>  about CDNs controlled by Traffic Control. Traffic Stats mines metrics
>>> from
>>>  Traffic Monitor’s JSON APIs and stores the data in InfluxDB, and
>>> visualizes them
>>>  using Grafana.
>>> 
>>>  * Traffic Analytics is a new component we are starting to build for log
>>> file
>>>  analysis, based on Apache Kafka, Heka, and Elastic Search.
>>> 
>>> 
>>> Traffic Control was developed by Comcast Cable and released as open
>>> source under
>>> the Apache 2.0 license in April of 2015. Traffic Control is deployed at
>>> Comcast
>>> and other cable operators.
>>> 
>>> The Traffic Control project was presented at ApacheCon NA 2016, see
>>> http://bit.ly/1UwMzmR for additional background information.
>>> 
>>> == Rationale ==
>>> 
>>> Even though the traffic on today's CDNs is strictly defined by open
>>> standards,
>>> and there are many open source implementations of caches available, CDNs
>>> are
>>> still proprietary. The current providers of CDN-as-a-product or
>>> CDN-as-a-service all have their own proprietary implementation of the
>>> control
>>> plane.  The CDN control plane of one vendor can't interoperate with the
>>> CDN
>>> control plane of another, creating a classic vendor-lockin for
>>> CDN-as-a-product
>>> customers. Traffic Control changes that. Emerging standards from IETF
>>> (CDNi
>>> working group) and the Streaming Video Alliance Open Caching working
>>> group need
>>> an open source reference implementation; Traffic Control will strive to be
>>> that.
>>> 
>>> == Initial Goals ==
>>> 
>>> Initial goals of transitioning to ASF is to grow and diversify the
>>> community,
>>> and to move to a more open and inclusive development model.
>>> 
>>> == Current Status ==
>>> 
>>> Traffic Control is functional and deployed at Comcast and other cable
>>> operators.
>>> In the past 12 months 10 major releases have been made.
>>> 
>>> === Meritocracy ===
>>> 
>>> Initial development was done at Comcast Cable. Since April 2015  it has
>>> been
>>> open source, and a handful outside contributors have been added.
>>> 
>>> Our main goal during incubation is to try to create a more diverse group
>>> of
>>> contributors and users.
>>> 
>>> === Community ===
>>> 
>>> Traffic Control is being used by a number of cable companies and is being
>>> evaluated by a number of vendors and ISPs. Two vendors have created
>>> products
>>> based on Traffic Control and are active in the community.
>>> 
>>> === Core Developers ===
>>> 
>>> Most of the core developers of Traffic Control are currently at Comcast.
>>> The
>>> main goal of the incubation is to grow the developer and user group into a
>>> community beyond Comcast and US cable.
>>> 
>>> === Alignment ===
>>> 
>>> Traffic Control is closely aligned with Apache Traffic Server (ATS). The
>>> only
>>> supported cache in a Traffic Control CDN at this time is ATS.  One of our
>>> proposed mentors is a committers to ATS, and our proposed champion the
>>> ATS PMC
>>> chair.
>>> 
>>> We don't want to become a sub-project of ATS though, because we believe we
>>> should add other caching proxies as they are deemed to be a valuable
>>> addition to
>>> the Traffic Control CDN.
>>> 
>>> == Known Risks ==
>>> 
>>> === Orphaned products ===
>>> 
>>> Traffic Control is a new system that does not have wide adoption, but at
>>> least
>>> two major North American ISPs are committed to the continued development.
>>> Two
>>> vendors have used it to build products around and are active in the
>>> community.
>>> 
>>> === Inexperience with Open Source ===
>>> 
>>> One of the members of the team is an active Apache member and committer
>>> to ATS.
>>> The rest of the team has been, in various ways, active in the ATS
>>> community in
>>> recent years.
>>> 
>>> === Homogenous Developers ===
>>> 
>>> Possibly our weakest area, and one of the drivers for us to want to
>>> become part
>>> of Apache. Most people working on the project are at Comcast, or at least
>>> in the
>>> cable industry.  Even though we are currently open sourced, as it stands,
>>> it is
>>> not possible to add committers external to Comcast. We want to change
>>> that.  We
>>> would add 3 external committers as a part of entering the incubator.
>>> 
>>> === Reliance on Salaried Developers ===
>>> 
>>> Currently, Traffic Control relies solely on salaried employees.
>>> 
>>> === Relationships with Other Apache Products ===
>>> 
>>> See also Alignment. ATS is a big part of a Traffic Control CDN, but we
>>> also use
>>> Apache Tomcat, apache Maven, and a number of other apache libraries (see
>>> also
>>> external dependencies).
>>> 
>>> === A Excessive Fascination with the Apache Brand ===
>>> 
>>> We are more attracted to Apache as a philosophy than Apache as a brand. We
>>> definitely see value in the brand, but we feel that adopting the "Apache
>>> Way"
>>> is the most crucial factor for our long term viability.
>>> 
>>> == Documentation ==
>>> 
>>> Documentation is available at:
>>> http://traffic-control-cdn.net/docs/latest/index.html
>>> 
>>> == Initial Source ==
>>> 
>>> The source code can be found here:
>>> https://github.com/Comcast/traffic_control
>>> 
>>> == Source and Intellectual Property Submission Plan ==
>>> 
>>> The code is currently Apache 2.0 license, and was verified to have no
>>> intellectual property or license issues before being being released to
>>> open
>>> source by Comcast in 2015. Since then, extreme care has been taken to not
>>> add
>>> any dependencies or code that would change that.
>>> 
>>> == External Dependencies ==
>>> 
>>> Note that all dependencies except two have been verified to have a Apache
>>> compatible license. The two that are not compatible are MySQL (GPL), and
>>> we are
>>> removing that dependency in version 2.0, and jdnssec (GPL), which we are
>>> planning to replace in the future. A third, Heka, is Mozilla Public
>>> License 2.0,
>>> we are unsure if it is compatible (
>>> http://www.apache.org/legal/resolved.html
>>> seems to say it is category B, so it is OK to have the binary
>>> dependency), but
>>> the dependency is optional, and Heka will probably be replaced in the near
>>> future.
>>> 
>>>  * Golang
>>>   * github.com/gorilla/handlers
>>>   * github.com/dgrijalva/jwt-go/
>>>   * github.com/tebeka/selenium
>>>   * github.com/lib/pq
>>>  * Apache Kafka
>>>  * Heka (https://github.com/mozilla-services/heka - MPL)
>>>  * ElasticSearch
>>>  * Java
>>>   * org.apache.wicket
>>>   * org.slf4j
>>>   * log4j
>>>   * org.eclipse.jetty.aggregate
>>>   * org.apache.commons
>>>   * commons-codec
>>>   * com.ning.async-http-client
>>>   * org.hamcrest
>>>   * junit
>>>   * org.powermock
>>>   * org.springframework
>>>   * javax.servlet
>>>   * com.fasterxml.jackson.core
>>>   * org.apache.tomcat
>>>   * org.json
>>>   * dnsjava
>>>   * jdnssec # GPL, needs to be removed
>>>   * com.google.guava
>>>   * org.apache.wicket
>>>   * com.googlecode.java-ipv6
>>>   * com.maxmind.geoip2  # maxmind commercial - optional
>>>   * com.google.http-client
>>>   * org.apache.httpcomponents
>>>   * org.eclipse.jetty.aggregate
>>>   * com.fasterxml.jackson.core
>>>   * com.quova.bff # neustar commercial - optional
>>>  * MySQL # Note: being replaced in version 2.0 with Postgres
>>>  * Postgres
>>>  * postgrest (https://github.com/begriffs/postgrest)
>>>  * Riak
>>>  * InfluxDB
>>>  * Grafana
>>>  * goose (https://bitbucket.org/liamstask/goose/)
>>>  * Perl packages
>>>   *  CPAN package 'Algorithm::C3'
>>>   *  CPAN package 'B::Hooks::EndOfScope'
>>>   *  CPAN package 'CPAN::Meta'
>>>   *  CPAN package 'CPAN::Meta::Check'
>>>   *  CPAN package 'CPAN::Meta::Requirements'
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>>>   *  CPAN package 'DBD::mysql', '==4.029'
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>>> 
>>> == Cryptography ==
>>> 
>>> There is no cryptographic code in Traffic Control. We leverage OpenSSL for
>>> all our cryptography needs.
>>> 
>>> == Required Resources ==
>>> 
>>> === Mailing lists ===
>>> 
>>> We currently use "google groups" to communicate, but we would like to
>>> move that
>>> to ASF maintained mailing lists.
>>> 
>>> Current groups / mailing lists:
>>>  * https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/traffic_control
>>>  * https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/traffic_control-announce
>>>  * https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/traffic_control-discuss
>>> 
>>> Proposed ASF maintained lists:
>>>  * private@traffic-control.incubator.apache.org (moderated
>>> subscriptions)
>>>  * dev@traffic-control.incubator.apache.org
>>>  * commits@traffic-control.incubator.apache.org
>>>  * notifications@traffic-control.incubator.apache.org
>>>  * users@traffic-control.incubator.apache.org
>>> 
>>> === Subversion Directory ===
>>> 
>>> We do not use SVN for source code revision control.
>>> 
>>> === Git Repository ===
>>> 
>>> We would like to use git-wip (git://git.apache.org/traffic_control.git).
>>> 
>>> 
>>> === Issue Tracking ===
>>> 
>>> JIRA.
>>> 
>>> === Other Resources ===
>>> 
>>> We have automated tests and continuous integration configurations we
>>> would like
>>> to move away from Comcast.
>>> 
>>> == Initial Committers ==
>>> 
>>>  * Dan Kirkwood (dangogh at gmail.com)
>>>  * David Neuman (david.neuman64 at gmail.com)
>>>  * Dewayne Richardson (dewrich at gmail.com)
>>>  * Eric Friedrich (eric.friedrich84 at gmail.com)
>>>  * Hank Beatty (Hank.Beatty at cox.com)
>>>  * Jackie Heitzer (jackieheitzer at gmail.com)
>>>  * Jan van Doorn (jvd at knutsel.com)
>>>  * Jeff Elsloo (jeff.elsloo at gmail.com)
>>>  * Jeremy Mitchell (mitchell852 at gmail.com)
>>>  * Mark Torluemke (mark at torluemke.net)
>>>  * Steve Malenfant (steve.malenfant at cox.com)
>>> 
>>> == Affiliations ==
>>> 
>>>  * Comcast Cable: Dan Kirkwood, David Neuman, Dewayne Richardson, Jackie
>>> Heitzer,
>>>  Jan van Doorn, Jeff Elsloo, Jeremy Mitchell, Mark Torluemke
>>> 
>>>  * Cox Communications: Hank Beatty, Steve Malenfant
>>> 
>>>  * Cisco: Eric Friedrich
>>> 
>>> == Sponsors ==
>>> 
>>> === Champion ===
>>> 
>>>  * Leif Hedstrom (zwoop at apache.org)
>>> 
>>> === Nominated Mentors ===
>>> 
>>>  * Phil Sorber (sorber at apache.org)
>>>  * Eric Covener (covener at apache.org)
>>>  * Daniel Gruno (humbedooh at apache.org)
>>>  * J. Aaron Farr (farra at apache.org)
>>> 
>>> === Sponsoring Entity ===
>>> 
>>> We request the Apache Incubator to sponsor this project.
>>> 
>>> 
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