GENI CC-NIE Workshop

GENI is an NSF-funded initiative that is deploying a national-scale testbed to support research and education. Many schools that have received NSF CC-NIE grants also have GENI-related activities and others are planning to use GENI-associated technologies (SDN, GENI Racks, Wi Max/LTE). Indeed, many of these awards include funding for GENI-related technologies. While GENI’s primary mission is support for research on networking, distributed systems and applications, the advent of new technologies and interest by campus IT organizations have led to a commonality of interests between GENI, central IT organizations and researchers in a wide variety of fields.

The GENI CC-NIE Workshop was held at NSF on January 7-8, 2013. The program focused on the technical aspects of GENI and on issues that may impact campus deployment and inter-campus interoperability of GENI technologies. Recipients of CC-NIE awards were invited to send senior IT staff with responsibility for their campus networks. The 60 attendees came from 33 universities, 4 regional/national R&E networks, the GENI Project Office and the NSF.

Workshop presentations may be accessed via the pointers included in the following Agenda. In addition, 27 universities gave short presentations describing their CC-NIE awards, their campus infrastructure plans, with emphasis on SDN/GENI components, and campus points of contact CCNIEWorkshop/CampusTalks.

This workshop was supported by NSF funds.

Monday, January 7, 2013:

8:30am Welcome Remarks

Farnam Jahanian, NSF Assistant Director for Computer & Information Science & Engineering (CISE)

8:40am Workshop Charge

Bryan Lyles, Program Director, Division of Computer and Network Systems, NSF/CISE

Kevin Thompson, Program Director, Office of Cyberinfrastructure, NSF

8:50am Agenda Review and Logistics

Larry Landweber, GENI Project Office (GPO)

9:00am GENI Status/Milestones

Mark Berman, GPO

9:30am Campus Infrastructure – GENI Racks

Heidi Dempsey, GPO

10:00am Campus Infrastructure – GENI Software

Marshall Brinn, GPO

10:30am Break

11:00am ExoGENI Rack

Ilia Baldine, Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI)

11:15am InstaGENI Rack

Robert Ricci, University of Utah

11:30am SDN Campus Experience and Use Cases

Johan Van Reijendam, Stanford University

12:00pm Lunch

1:00pm GENI Reference Architectures

Peter O’Neil, GPO

2:15pm Internet2 GENI Support/Milestones

Rob Vietzke, Internet2

2:45pm Condo of Condos Initiative

Jim Bottum and Jim Pepin, Clemson University

3:15pm Break

3:45pm Research/Experiments

Mark Berman, GPO

4:05pm Research/Experiments2

Research/Experiments2 movie

Mike Zink, University of Massachusetts at Amherst

4:30pm SDN Skills and Training

Martin Swany, Indiana University

5:00pm Campus SDN/GENI/CC-NIE Plans (<5 minutes each, 27 campus presentations)

6:15pm Adjourn – Dinner on Your Own

Tuesday, January 8, 2013:

8:30am Welcome

Alan Blatecky, Director, Office of Cyberinfrastructure, NSF

8:40am Campus SDN/GENI/CC-NIE Plans (<5 minutes each, 27 campus presentations)

9:30am Model for End-end Layer2 Paths/Stitching

Tom Lehman, University of Maryland

10:00am Break

10:30am GENI-Enabled Campuses: Responsibilities, Requirements & Coordination

Mark Berman, GPO; Chip Elliott, GPO; and Bryan Lyles, NSF

11:15am Group Feedback and Discussion

11:45am Next Steps

Bryan Lyles, NSF; Kevin Thompson, NSF; and Larry Landweber, GPO

12:00pm Adjourn

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