Changes between Version 7 and Version 8 of GEC13Agenda/EveningDemoSession

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  • GEC13Agenda/EveningDemoSession

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    2525=== GEMINI: A GENI Instrumentation and Measurement Infrastructure ===
    2627=== LEARN-ORCA cluster and VLAN poster ===
    2729=== BISmark: network monitoring_ visualization and event-driven control ===
     31BISmark is a home router-based measurement, visualization and control system that is being widely deployed and provides a platform for extending GENI into the home. The project extends the previously demonstrated Resonance control system to provide a general framework for even-driven network control.
    2833=== GIMI: Large-scale GENI Instrumentation and Measurement Infrastructure ===
    3237=== ExoGENI demo ===
     39 ExoGENI team will demonstrate the capabilities of the early ExoGENI deployment under ORCA control, including virtual topology embedding with and without OpenFlow support, creating slices across multiple geographically distributes sites, using a combination of virtual and bare-metal instances and more.
    3441=== InstaGENI rack demonstration ===
    7582=== MySlice over SFA GUI demo ===
     84We will demonstrate a web-based resource management tool called MySlice, which makes it easy to list, filter and attach resources made available through PlanetLab’s SFA control framework, annotated with useful information from different monitoring sources (e.g., reliability and utilization over time, geographic and network location, and more).
     86Features of MySlice:
     87    MySlice uses SFA’s delegation capabilities to permit an SFA client to run on a remote webserver. [[BR]]
     88    Resources can be selected using measurement data gathered from a number of independent measurement and monitoring projects, including TopHat, CoMon, and SWORD [[BR]]
     90Elements of MySlice are already in use as part of the standard PlanetLab web interface, used by hundreds of users.
    7792=== Experimentation over OFELIA testbed: Power-aware Routing ===
     94This demo presents a real experiment over the OFELIA i2CAT-island's infrastructure. Taking advantage of the SDN paradigm to control the routing depending on the power consumption of the network, this demo shows the possibilities of experimentation provided by OFELIA OpenFlow-enable testbed and its Control Framework.
    7997=== Parallel service dependent load-balancing ===
     99Parallel service dependent load-balancing: We provide a technical demonstration for the idea of a typical data-center required load-balancing solution with OpenFlow. The demo shows parallel load-balancing on the OFELIA TUB-Island using tools like FlowVisor and NOX including the developed load-balancing plug-ins. We will show how to create an virtual topology and measure the real hardware performance of the described load-balancing scenario.
    82101=== How real-time simulation enables interaction between real machines and the simulator ===
    92111=== Adaptive Source Routing on GENI ===
     112 Today's routing techniques on the Internet rely completely on decisions within the network. Lacking an end-to-end view, routing algorithms therefore often react slowly to dynamics in the network, and do not take into account the type of traffic being routed. For example, traffic with the demand of high bandwidth is not distinguished from services needing low latency such as real-time applications.
     114 This project is investigating the alternate approach of source-controlled routing (SCR). Assuming a source node holds information about possible routes to destination nodes including information about the characteristics of the different paths obtained by continuous probing, a source can decide which path along the network a particular packet should traverse for optimal results. In addition to that, multipath routing can be used to dramatically decrease latency and routing-related delay with a reasonable overhead on traffic when sending packets simultaneously via different links, using only the packet which arrives first at the destination.
    95118=== WiMAX at NYU-Poly: Cooperative Packet Recovery over Heterogeneous Networks ===
     120We will demonstrate a protocol we have implemented for cooperative packet recovery over heterogeneous networks (e.g. GENI WiMAX and WiFi).
     121The cooperative recovery protocol takes advantage of the multiplicity of radios on modern networked devices to improve the performance of a multimedia multicast service that serves clients with varying wireless channel conditions. We will demonstrate our implementation over the open-access GENI testbed at NYU-Poly.
    97123=== Wideband Cognitive Radio Demonstration ===
    111137=== WiRover/WiMAX demo ===
     139 Demo Participants: Derek Meyer, Suman Banerjee
     140 Affiliation: Wisconsin Wireless and NetworkinG Systems (WiNGS) laboratory, Cisco Systems