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1 First Published: November 09, 2015 Americas Headquarters Cisco Systems, Inc. 170 West Tasman Drive San Jose, CA USA Tel: NETS (6387) Fax:

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3 CONTENTS Preface Preface v Audience v Document Conventions v Related Documentation vii Documentation Feedback vii CHAPTER 1 Group-Based Policy 1 About Group-Based Policy 1 Group-Based Policy Use Cases 1 How Group-Based Policy works 2 About the Group-Based Policy Model 3 About Network Service Chaining 4 About Network Policies 4 About Shared Policies 4 About the Neutron Mapping Driver 5 External Connectivity 5 Network Address Translation Pools and Floating IP Addresses 6 Example of Creating a Multi-Tier Application Using the Group-Based Policy CLI 7 Example of Creating a Multi-Tier Application Using the Group-Based Policy GUI 9 Group-Based Policy Deployment 11 iii

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5 Preface This preface includes the following sections: Audience, page v Document Conventions, page v Related Documentation, page vii Documentation Feedback, page vii Audience This guide is intended for network and systems administrators who configure and maintain the Application Centric Infrastructure fabric. Document Conventions Command descriptions use the following conventions: Convention Description bold Bold text indicates the commands and keywords that you enter literally as shown. Italic Italic text indicates arguments for which the user supplies the values. [x] Square brackets enclose an optional element (keyword or argument). [x y] Square brackets enclosing keywords or arguments separated by a vertical bar indicate an optional choice. {x y} Braces enclosing keywords or arguments separated by a vertical bar indicate a required choice. v

6 Document Conventions Preface Convention [x {y z}] variable string Description Nested set of square brackets or braces indicate optional or required choices within optional or required elements. Braces and a vertical bar within square brackets indicate a required choice within an optional element. Indicates a variable for which you supply values, in context where italics cannot be used. A nonquoted set of characters. Do not use quotation marks around the string or the string will include the quotation marks. Examples use the following conventions: Convention screen font boldface screen font italic screen font < > [ ]!, # Description Terminal sessions and information the switch displays are in screen font. Information you must enter is in boldface screen font. Arguments for which you supply values are in italic screen font. Nonprinting characters, such as passwords, are in angle brackets. Default responses to system prompts are in square brackets. An exclamation point (!) or a pound sign (#) at the beginning of a line of code indicates a comment line. This document uses the following conventions: Note Means reader take note. Notes contain helpful suggestions or references to material not covered in the manual. Caution Means reader be careful. In this situation, you might do something that could result in equipment damage or loss of data. vi

7 Preface Related Documentation Warning IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS This warning symbol means danger. You are in a situation that could cause bodily injury. Before you work on any equipment, be aware of the hazards involved with electrical circuitry and be familiar with standard practices for preventing accidents. Use the statement number provided at the end of each warning to locate its translation in the translated safety warnings that accompanied this device. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS Related Documentation To learn more about the features and operation of the APIC, see the Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure Fundamentals. Documentation Feedback To provide technical feedback on this document, or to report an error or omission, please send your comments to We appreciate your feedback. vii

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9 CHAPTER 1 Group-Based Policy This chapter contains the following sections: About Group-Based Policy, page 1 External Connectivity, page 5 Network Address Translation Pools and Floating IP Addresses, page 6 Example of Creating a Multi-Tier Application Using the Group-Based Policy CLI, page 7 Example of Creating a Multi-Tier Application Using the Group-Based Policy GUI, page 9 Group-Based Policy Deployment, page 11 About Group-Based Policy Group-Based Policy (GBP) is an API framework for OpenStack that offers an intent-driven model intended to describe application requirements in a way that is independent of the underlying infrastructure. Rather than offering network-centric constructs, such as Layer 2 domains, GBP introduces a generic "Group" primitive along with a policy model to describe connectivity, security, and network services between groups. While GBP has focused on the networking domain, it can be a generic framework that extends beyond networking. GBP runs as a service plug-in within the Neutron process space. Group-Based Policy Use Cases Group-Based Policy (GBP) was designed to offer a powerful, but simple language for capturing the requirements of and deploying complex applications on OpenStack clouds. GBP addresses the disconnect between application developers who understand application requirements and infrastructure teams who understand various infrastructure capabilities. GBPoffers the following capabilities beyond what is present in OpenStack: Dependency mapping GBP enables users to specify the relationships between different tiers of applications. This dependency map acts as documentation for the security requirements of the application and allows different tiers of the application to evolve separately. The dependency map also makes it extremely easy to scale and automate infrastructure. 1

10 How Group-Based Policy works Group-Based Policy Separation of concerns Network service chaining GBP was designed to separate application security requirements, such as who can talk to whom, from network-specific requirements, such as what IP address ranges to use, where to draw network boundaries, and how to assign virtual IP addresses.. This allows application, security, and operation teams to operate independently, but cooperatively. GBP offers an abstraction for network services and allows users to describe requirements for chaining multiple network services as part of an application deployment. How Group-Based Policy works Group-Based Policy (GBP) offers a policy API through multiple OpenStack interfaces, including Horizon extensions (group-based-policy-ui), Heat (group-based-policy-automation), and cli (group-based-policy-client). GBP was designed to act as a layer on top of Neutron. GBP supports two forms of mapping to the underlying infrastructure: Neutron Mapping Driver Native Drivers The Neutron mapping driver converts GBP resources into existing Neutron API calls. This allows Neutron to run any existing open source or vendor plugin, including ML2. It also allows GBP to be used in any OpenStack environment. At this time, use of both the GBP and Neutron APIs as end user facing APIs in parallel is not supported. You can create drivers that directly render policy constructs through a separate SDN controller or external entity without first converting them to Neutron APIs. This is valuable as it gives the controller additional flexibility on how to interpret and enforce 2

11 Group-Based Policy About the Group-Based Policy Model policy without being tied to L2/L3 behaviors. There are currently four native drivers, including Cisco APIC, Nuage Networks, One Convergence, and OpenDaylight. About the Group-Based Policy Model Group-Based Policy (GBP) introduces a policy model to describe the relationships between different logical groups or tiers of an application. The primitives have been chosen in a way that separates their semantics from the underlying infrastructure capabilities. Resources can be public or local to a specific tenant. The key primitives are: Resource Policy Target Policy Group Policy Classifier Policy Action Policy Rules Policy Rule Sets Description An individual network endpoint (generally a NIC). A policy target is a basic addressable unit in the architecture. Policy targets with the same properties are organized into policy groups, which is the fundamental primitive of GBP. Policy groups offer an infrastructure agnostic grouping construct without specifying any network semantics in the same way as a broadcast. Each group models its dependencies by declaring the rule sets that it provides to groups as well as rule sets that it will consume. A means of filtering network traffic, including protocol, port range, and direction (in, out, or bidirectional). An action to take when a particular rule is applied. The supported types include "allow" and "redirect". Classifiers paired with actions. Policy rule sets contain a number of policy rules. Rule sets can be nested through parent-child relationships. 3

12 About Network Service Chaining Group-Based Policy About Network Service Chaining Network service chaining is a key capability of Group-Based Policy (GBP) that describes the requirements for ordered chains of services by separating out network-specific policies from service-specific details. Resource Service Chain Nodes Service Chain Spec Service Chain Instance Description Logical devices providing network services of a particular type, such as a load balancer or firewall. An ordered grouping of service chain nodes. Specs may be used in the defintion of a "redirect" action. A specific instantiation of a service chain specification between policy groups. Instances are created automatically when a service chain is activated as part of a rule set. About Network Policies Group-Based Policy (GBP) aims to centralize the description of network policies and keep them separate from application-level policies, such as groups and rule sets. This allows a separation of concerns between application owners and cloud/infrastructure administrators. Resource Layer 2 Policy Layer 3 Policy Network Service Policy Description Specifies set of groups within the same switching domain. Layer 2 policies must reference a particular Layer 3 policy. Specifies potentially overlapping IP address space that contains any number of Layer 2 policies. Specifies network-specific parameters that are required for network service chaining, such as VIP allocation. About Shared Policies Resources in the Group-Based Policy (GBP) model support a shared attribute that can be set to make a resource visible across tenants. The sharing of policy resources promotes the separation of concerns by allowing the relevant team to create a policy and for other users to consume the policy. A shared resource has global visibility, meaning that all tenants are able to see a shared resource. The shared attribute can be set or updated only by a user in the administrator role. The following example creates a shared Layer 3 policy using the CLI: # gbp l3policy-create --shared True my-shared-l3p Similarly, the GUI has a checkbox that enables the sharing or unsharing a resource. There are certain constraints on when and how a resource is shared: A shared resource can only be associated with other shared resources. For example, a shared Layer 2 policy can only exist on a shared Layer 3 policy. A shared resource cannot be unshared if it is currently being used. 4

13 Group-Based Policy About the Neutron Mapping Driver Note A policy target resource does not support the shared attribute. About the Neutron Mapping Driver One of the most useful aspects of the Group-Based Policy (GBP) model and its implementation is the ability to map a policy directly into the Neutron API and thus be able to use the existing Neutron plugins as is. The default mapping is as follows: GBP Resource Policy Target Policy Target Group Layer 2 Policy Layer 3 Policy Neutron Port Subnet Network Router Note You can design a custom mapping and implement it in a "resource mapping" policy driver. External Connectivity The Group-Based Policy (GBP) model supports an API that captures the user's intent to allow the policy targets to communicate with the external world. The following primitives are used to achieve this: Resource External Segment External Policy Neutron Mapping External Segment Description Models an external network that is defined by a Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR) and any other networks that are reachable through this segment using a specified next-hop. Models a policy target group on a external segment. Think of this as an external policy target group that can provide and consume the policy rule set, but the difference is that no policy targets can be created on the external policy. The Neutron subnet that is created on a Neutron external network. 5

14 Network Address Translation Pools and Floating IP Addresses Group-Based Policy The external segment in OpenStack GBP must map to a corresponding configuration in the Application Policy Infrastructure Controller (APIC), which is captured in the "apic_external_network" section of the configuration file. The following is an example of the example "apic_external_network" section: [apic_external_network:datacenter-out]... cidr_exposed = /30 gateway_ip = host_pool_cidr = /24 This example represents a configuration for an external network with the name "Datacenter-Out". By creating an external segment with the same name, you can automatically configure it with the relevant CIDR and other attributes. The following command creates an external segment with the name "Datacenter-Out": # export EXT_SEG_ID=$(gbp external-segment-create Datacenter-Out --shared True --external-route destination= /0,nexthop= awk "/ id / {print \$4}") The following command creates an external policy that models a group that represents the external world: # gbp external-policy-create my-external-policy --external-segments $EXT_SEG_ID The following commands create a policy rule set to allow TCP access: # gbp policy-classifier-create all-tcp-traffic --protocol tcp --direction in # gbp policy-rule-create tcp-policy-rule --classifier all-tcp-traffic --actions allow # gbp policy-rule-set-create tcp-ruleset --policy-rules tcp-policy-rule The following commands set up provide/consume relationships to allow all TCP traffic for the web policy target group to access the external world: # gbp external-policy-update my-external-policy --provided-policy-rule-sets "tcp-ruleset=true" This example assumes that the Layer 3 policy is called "default". The following commands link the implicitly created Layer 3 policy for the web policy target group to the external segment that you created. # gbp l3policy-update default -external-segment Datacenter-Out Network Address Translation Pools and Floating IP Addresses Each external segment can be configured with zero or more pools of IP addresses that can be used for assigning floating IP addresses. Floating IP addresses in this context is specific to the Neutron floating IP address resource. Resource NAT Pool Description A pool of IP addresses that is used to assign floating IP addresses for virtual machines. In this example the /25 range can be anything as long it is routable. Also it does not have to correlate to a CIDR in a configuration. The following command creates a NAT pool from the subnet that is used for the external subnet: # gbp nat-pool-create --ip-version 4 --ip-pool /25 --external-segment Datacenter-Out my-nat-pool 6

15 Group-Based Policy Example of Creating a Multi-Tier Application Using the Group-Based Policy CLI The following command creates a Network Service Policy (NSP) that uses the NAT pool that you created by the previous command: # gbp network-service-policy-create --network-service-params type=ip_pool,name=nat_fip,value=nat_pool my-nat-pool-nsp The following command associates the NSP that you created by the previous command with the web policy target group: # gbp group-update web --network-service-policy my-nat-pool-nsp At this point, every new policy target that gets created in the web policy target group automatically gets a floating IP address assignment from the NAT pool. The NAT pool can be any address range as long as it does not overlap with the Application Policy Infrastructure Controller (APIC) external network configuration as specified in the configuration file by the cidr_exposed and host_pool_cidr options. The above workflow should not be used if the user wants to assign floating IP addresses explicitly only to specific members of a policy target group. In such cases, do not create an NSP, but instead follow the explicit workflow for associating a floating IP address to a Neutron port. Choose the floating IP address from the subnet that corresponds to the NAT pool that you created. Example of Creating a Multi-Tier Application Using the Group-Based Policy CLI The following example creates a simple policy using Group-Based Policy (GBP). This policy creates two groups and a policy rule set between them. Procedure Step 1 Set the rules and rule set, which describes a policy for a set of Web servers. The rules contain classifiers designed to match a portion of the traffic and actions for dealing with that traffic. Common actions include actions to allow or redirect traffic to a network service. a) Create the allow action: # gbp policy-action-create allow --action-type allow 7

16 Example of Creating a Multi-Tier Application Using the Group-Based Policy CLI Group-Based Policy b) Create the HTTP rule: # gbp policy-classifier-create web-traffic --protocol tcp --port-range 80 --direction in gbp policy-rule-create web-policy-rule --classifier web-traffic --actions allow c) Create the HTTPS rule: # gbp policy-classifier-create secure-web-traffic --protocol tcp --port-range direction in # gbp policy-rule-create secure-web-policy-rule --classifier secure-web-traffic --actions allow d) Create the Web rule set: # gbp policy-rule-set-create web-ruleset --policy-rules "web-policy-rule secure-web-policy-rule" Step 2 Step 3 Create the groups and associate the rule sets. Rule sets describe a bidirectional set of rules. However, the API is designed to allow a group to "provide" a rule set that describes its behavior, and other groups to "consume" that rule set to connect to it. The model intends for groups to provide rule sets that describe their behavior, which other groups can then choose to access. a) Create the groups: # gbp group-create web # gbp group-create client-1 # gbp group-create client-2 b) Associate the rule sets: # gbp group-update client-1 --consumed-policy-rule-sets "web-ruleset=scope" # gbp group-update client-2 --consumed-policy-rule-sets "web-ruleset=scope" # gbp group-update web --provided-policy-rule-sets "web-ruleset=scope" Create a member within each of the previously-created groups. Each member inherits all of the properties of the group to specify its connectivity and security requirements. a) Create a policy target in the Web group, and extract the Neutron port that is associated with that policy target: # export WEB_PORT=$(gbp policy-target-create web-pt-1 --policy-target-group web awk "/port_id/ {print \$4} ) b) Create a Web group member (a virtual machine instance) using the Neutron port that you extracted earlier: # nova boot --flavor m1.tiny --image image_name --nic port-id=$web_port web-vm-1 c) Create members in the client-1 and client-2 groups: # export CLIENT1_PORT=$(gbp policy-target-create client-pt-1 --policy-target-group client-1 awk "/port_id/ {print \$4}") nova boot --flavor m1.tiny -image image_name --nic port-id=$client1_port client-vm-1 # export CLIENT2_PORT=$(gbp policy-target-create client-pt-2 --policy-target-group client-2 awk "/port_id/ {print \$4}") nova boot --flavor m1.tiny --image image_name --nic port-id=$client2_port client-vm-2 8

17 Group-Based Policy Example of Creating a Multi-Tier Application Using the Group-Based Policy GUI Example of Creating a Multi-Tier Application Using the Group-Based Policy GUI The following example creates a simple policy for a multi-tier application using Group-Based Policy (GBP). This policy creates two groups and a policy rule set between them. Procedure Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Log into the Red hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack platform GUI as an administrator. On the menu bar, choose Project > Application Policy > Policy Rule Set. In the Policy Rule Set pane, click Create Policy Rule Set. In the Create Policy Rule Set dialog box, perform the following actions: a) In the Name field, enter the name of the new policy rule set (web-ruleset). b) In the Description field, enter the description of the new policy rule set (web-ruleset). c) Click Next. d) In the Policy Rules field, click the + icon. In the Create Policy-Rule dialog box, perform the following actions to create a rule for HTTP: a) In the Name field, enter the name of the new policy-rule (http-rule). b) In the Description field, enter the description of the new policy-rule (http-rule). c) Click Next. d) In the Policy Classifier field, click the + icon. In the Create Policy Classifier dialog box, perform the following actions: a) In the Name field, enter the name of the new policy classifier (http-classifier). b) In the Port/Range(min:max) field, enter the port range (80). c) In the Direction drop-down list, choose the direction (BI). d) Click Create Policy Classifier. e) Click Next. f) In the Policy Action field, choose the action for your policy-rule (allow). 9

18 Example of Creating a Multi-Tier Application Using the Group-Based Policy GUI Group-Based Policy g) Click Create. Step 7 Step 8 Step 9 Step 10 Step 11 Step 12 Step 13 Step 14 Step 15 Step 16 Step 17 Step 18 Step 19 Step 20 Step 21 Step 22 In the Create Policy Rule Set dialog box, perform the following actions for HTTPS: a) In the Policy Rules field, click the + icon. b) In the Name field, enter the name of the new policy-rule (https-rule). c) In the Description field, enter the description of the new policy-rule (https-rule). d) Click Next. e) In the Policy Classifier field, click the + icon. In the Create Policy Classifier dialog box, perform the following actions: a) In the Name field, enter the name of the new policy classifier (https-classifier). b) In the Port/Range(min:max) field, enter the port range (443). c) In the Direction drop-down list, choose the direction (BI). d) Click Create Policy Classifier. In the Create Policy-Rule dialog box, perform the following actions: a) Click Next. b) In the Policy Action field, choose the action for your policy-rule (allow). c) Click Create. d) In the Policy Rules field, choose the policy rules for your policy rule set (http-rule and https-rule). e) Click Create. On the menu bar, choose Project > Application Policy > Policy Rule Set. In the Policy Rule Set pane, you can verify your rule set exists including the policy rules. Click Policy Rules. In the Policy Rules pane, you can verify your policy rules exists. Click Policy Classifier. In the Policy Classifier pane, you can verify your policy classifier exists. Click Policy Actions. In the Policy Actions pane, you can verify the previous created policy action exists. Create the policy target group. On the menu bar, choose Project > Policy > Groups. Click Create Group. In the Create Group dialog box, perform the following actions: a) In the Name field, enter the name of the new group (web-group). b) In the Description field, enter the description of the new group (web-group). c) Click Next. d) In the Provided Policy Rule Set field, choose the policy rule set for the group (web-ruleset). e) Click Next. f) In the Network Policy drop-down list, choose the network policy for the group (Default). Choosing Default creates a Layer 2 policy automatically that has the same name as the group. g) Click Create. Create a second group for clients. Click Create Group. In the Create Group dialog box, perform the following actions: a) In the Name field, enter the name of the new group for clients (client-group). b) In the Description field, enter the description of the new group for clients (client-group). c) Click Next. 10

19 Group-Based Policy Group-Based Policy Deployment d) In the Consumed Policy Rule Set field, choose the policy rule set to be consumed for the group (web-ruleset). e) Click Next. f) In the Network Policy field, choose the network policy for the group (Default). Choosing Default puts the group in the default Layer 2 policy that was implicitly created in Step 20, on page 10. g) Click Create. Step 23 Step 24 Step 25 Step 26 Step 27 Step 28 Step 29 Step 30 Step 31 Step 32 Step 33 Step 34 On the menu bar, choose Project > Policy > Network and Services' Policy. In the L3 Policy pane, you can verify that the default Layer 3 policy was created. Click the network policy default to verify the Layer 2 policies were created. Create virtual machines. On the menu bar, choose Project > Policy > Groups. In the Groups pane, click on a group (web-group). In the Members pane, click Create Member. In the Create Member dialog box, perform the following actions: a) In the Instance Name field, enter the instance name (web1). b) In the Instance Boot Source drop-down list, choose the instance boot source (Boot from image). c) In the Image Name drop-down list, choose the image (cirros-web). d) Click Launch. e) In the Members pane, you can verify the newly created group (web-group). Create the client virtual machine. On the menu bar, choose Project > Policy > Groups. In the Groups pane, click on a group (client-group). In the Members pane, click Create Member. In the Create Member dialog box, choose Details, and perform the following actions: a) In the Instance Name field, enter the instance name (client1). b) In the Instance Boot Source drop-down list, choose the instance boot source (Boot from image). c) In the Image Name drop-down list, choose the image (cirros-web). d) Click Launch. e) In the Members pane, you can verify the newly created group (client-group). To view all instances, on the menu bar, choose Admin > System > Instances. Group-Based Policy Deployment For information on deploying Group-Based Policy (GBP), see: GroupBasedPolicy#Try_Group-based_Policy 11

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