On Sat, Sep 8, 2012 at 4:33 AM, Kevin Fenzi <kevin@scrye.com> wrote:
On Fri, 7 Sep 2012 17:47:33 +0530
vipin kumar <vipinkumar41@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Team!
> This mail is regarding Ticket
> 1084<https://fedorahosted.org/fedora-infrastructure/ticket/1084>
> As I already informed in Infrastructure weekly meeting that I'm
> proposing a slight change in
> page<https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Infrastructure/Architecture>layout
> as mentioned below -
> 1 Global Presence
>          < this section is about either showing fedora servers in
> geographical map or just listing server locations as suggested by
> 'abadger1999'.>

I think just a table here with a region listed would be good.
ok, its now a list of datacenters.

> 2 Network Topology
>          < this section shows how our severs are interconnected or
> connected to the outside world. I guess this section will make more
> sense if we are just listing the server locations in section 1.>

Sure. Basically all our sites are connected via a vpn that is served
from bastion in phx2. So, all those sites connect out to that vpn. Then
the vpn has basically 2 'zones'... a 192.168.1.x (trusted) and
192.168.100.x (less trusted).

I have prepared initial Network Topology diagram. I guess trusted zone consists of local servers and servers belonging to other datacenters comes under less trusted zone? Please find the attached file and provide feedback.
> 3 Network Architecture
>          < this section will show overall network architecture with
> protocol stacks >
>     3.1 Front end
>          < similar to present section but with more detail >
>     3.2 Proxy view
>          < similar to present section but with more detail >
>     3.3 Application layer
>          < similar to present section but with more detail >

Sounds good.

yet to work on it...
> 4 Helping Out (or Help Us ?)
>          < this section will target two type of contributors, one who
> can improve the quality of information present in page
> <https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Infrastructure/Architecture>and
> another who can provide resources.>

Sounds good. Those might just best be links to other pages that explain
that sort of thing.

section completes with 2-3 statements and links to proper pages.
> This is the overall structure and type of content the page will have.
> Please let me know about any additions, deletions or Improvements.

Sounds good. Thanks for working on it! :)


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thanks & regards,
Vipin K.
Research Engineer,
C-DOTB, India