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The oslo.versionedobjects library provides a generic versioned object model that is RPC-friendly, with inbuilt serialization, field typing, and remotable method calls. It can be used to define a data model within a project independent of external APIs or database schema for the purposes of providing upgrade compatibility across distributed services.