Opened 6 years ago

Closed 6 years ago

#1082 closed (fixed)

Healthcare Providers and/or Hospitals application demo

Reported by: bkhargharia@extremenetworks.com Owned by: peter.stickney@bbn.com
Priority: major Milestone:
Component: ABAC Version:
Keywords: GEC17 Cc: rmendis@extremenetworks.com
Dependencies:

Description (last modified by Josh Smift)

Description

This application, targeted for use by Healthcare Providers and/or Hospitals, will enable secure and tiered access to resources over a network optimized for end-user experience that is: 1) Policy-based; 2) On-Demand; and 3) Access anytime, anywhere & any device.

In this demo we will employ Software-Defined Networking technology to show case:

  1. Policy-optimized Networks

1.1. Optimize network experience (speed, security, differentiated Quality-of-Service) based on user identity, location, application, and duration. 1.2. Provide role-based (Doctor, Guest) access to authorized resources. E.g. :Doctor can access Patient Health Information (PHI) records and Regular Internet and Guest can access Regular Internet only.

  1. Provision role-based (Doctor, Guest) virtual network slices on top of the same physical network. Demonstrate performance isolation between the slices where excessive traffic on “Guest” Network Slice will have no impact on the performance of the “Doctor” network slice.
  2. Automatically re-provision network as user switches from one application to another on his/her hand-held device. E.g: when a doctor transitions from accessing PHI records (low bandwidth requirements) to making a tele-health call (high bandwidth requirements) the the network reprovisions itself from a high hop-count low bandwidth path to a low hop-count high bandwidth path without any perceiviabe performance detorioration.
  3. Transfer network experience from location to location. E.g: a doctor making a tele-health call from his home will get the same network experience as he would from the hospital regardless of the network serivce-provider and the underlying physical network.

List of Equipments

We just need 2 power outlets. We will bring the power strips for all the equipment. We will create our own network so no wired or wired connection necessary.

1 Monitor

1 Number of posters

NOTE: I am not part of a project at GENI. I was referred to this by Glenn Ricart at US Ignite.

Change History (5)

comment:1 Changed 6 years ago by Josh Smift

Description: modified (diff)
Summary: This application, targeted for use by Healthcare Providers and/or Hospitals, will enable secure and tiered access to resources over a network optimized for end-user experience that is: 1) Policy-based; 2) On-Demand; and 3) Access anytime, anywhere & any device.Healthcare Providers and/or Hospitals application demo

comment:2 Changed 6 years ago by Josh Smift

I've updated the summary to be shorter, and moved the long summary into the description.

comment:3 Changed 6 years ago by tupty@bbn.com

Hi, for the monitor, do you have a preference for VGA vs. DVI?

comment:4 Changed 6 years ago by peter.stickney@bbn.com

Status: newassigned

We will use VGA by default, but DVI can usually be arranged pretty quickly if need be.

comment:5 Changed 6 years ago by peter.stickney@bbn.com

Resolution: fixed
Status: assignedclosed

Bithika emailed me citing logistical conflicts, this demo will not happen at GEC 17.

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