Changes between Version 14 and Version 15 of GEC15Agenda/EveningDemoSession


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    2929GMOC and GPO will demo performance and operational status monitoring of meso-scale and GENI Racks infrastructure. This will include an enhanced user interface to the GMOC portal, focusing on an operational status map that visualizes the meso-scale network as well as the operational status of resources in GENI Racks.
    3030
     31Participants:
     32 * Patrick Bohan, pbohan@grnoc.iu.edu
     33
    3134=== InstaGENI ===
    3235
    33 Demonstration of the InstaGENI rack. We will demonstrate allocation of nodes on the InstaGENI rack; allocation of OpenFlow slices on the rack; instantiation of a PlanetLab node and allocation of an IG-PL slice; and federation with GENICloud
     36Demonstration of the InstaGENI rack. We will demonstrate allocation of nodes on the InstaGENI rack; allocation of OpenFlow slices on the rack; instantiation of a PlanetLab node and allocation of an IG-PL slice; and federation with GENICloud.
     37
     38Participants:
     39 * Rick McGeer, rick.mcgeer@hp.com
    3440
    3541=== GENICloud ===
     
    3743Demonstration of a persistent Cloud infrastructure over multiple sites and continents, tied to the PlanetLab Control Framework. We will demonstrate Federated access control using ABAC, and federated access control between PlanetLab and GENICloud. We will demonstrate interoperation of PlanetLab and GENICloud slices.
    3844
     45Participants:
     46 * Rick McGeer, rick.mcgeer@hp.com
     47
    3948=== Beyond observation: OML & OpenFlow ===
    4049
    4150Demonstration of an OMF experiment using wired and wireless nodes. Traffic is routed through OpenFlow hardware and OpenvSwitch software switches over two paths. OML-enabled tools are used to measure the traffic over the primary path, and the measurements are fed directly into a Trema OpenFlow controller, which makes flow decisions based on this information. Labwiki is used for live visualization in the web browser. We show that OML measurements can be used to steer the experiment from the inside, in a closed feedback loop.
    4251
     52Participants:
     53 * Christoph Dwertmann, Christoph.Dwertmann@nicta.com.au
     54
    4355=== XACML and !FloodLight OpenFlow controller ===
    4456
    4557Demonstration of XACML with an OpenFlow controller. XACML is used to control flow insertion in the !FloodLight controller for a network. Policies for pushing flows can be altered while the controller is online. We will demonstrate by sending data between two laptops on the network.
    4658
     59Participants:
     60 * Ryan Izard, rizard@clemson.edu
     61
    4762=== Mid-Atlantic Crossroads (MAX) ===
    4863
     
    5368Additional details regarding this demonstration are available here:  http://geni.maxgigapop.net/twiki/bin/view/GENI/Publications#GENI_Engineering_Conference_15_O
    5469
    55 Demo participants: Tom Lehman (MAX) Xi Yang (MAX) Abdella Battou (MAX) Balu Pillai (MAX)
     70Participants: Tom Lehman (MAX) Xi Yang (MAX) Abdella Battou (MAX) Balu Pillai (MAX)
    5671
    5772Mid-Atlantic Crossroads GigaPOP, University of Maryland, College Park
     
    6176We will demonstrate performance measurements of GENI backbone and access networks from the context of a Virtual Desktop Cloud GENI experiment featuring non-IP traffic and an OpenFlow controller application.
    6277
     78Participants:
     79 * Prasad Calyam, pcalyam@osc.edu
     80
    6381=== Internet2 ===
    6482
    6583Internet2 will demo progress toward implementing GENI interfaces on its Advanced Layer2 Service production network, and discuss updates to it's Advanced Layer2 Service and GENI. Demonstrating the first nationwide 100G SDN-enabled network.
    6684
     85Participants:
     86 * Matt Zekauskas, matt@internet2.edu
     87
    6788=== !ShadowNet ===
    6889
     90We will demonstrate new functions implemented in the !ShadowNet GUI. We plan to demonstrate the traffic generation and route control features.
     91
     92Participants:
     93 * Zongming Fei, fei@netlab.uky.edu
     94
    6995== Federation and International Projects ==
    7096
     
    7399Demonstration of GpENI (Great Plains Environment for Network Innovation) programmable testbed for future Internet research. GpENI is an international testbed centered on a Midwest US regional optical network that is programmable at all layers of the protocol stack, using PlanetLab, VINI, and DCN, and interconnected to ProtoGENI in the US as well as G-Lab, !NorNet, and !ResumeNet in Europe. We will demonstrate the topology, functionality, and operations of GpENI as well as the Openflow infrastructure being deployed in KanREN. We will also demonstrate FlowVisor and FOAM capabilities along with the Openflow network.
    74100
     101Participants:
     102 * Egemen K. Çetinkaya, ekc@ittc.ku.edu
     103
    75104=== Vnode & FLARE ===
    76105
    77106This demonstration shows virtual network slice operation of Vnode (network virtualization platform) specifically featuring under layer resource isolation. FLARE switch with deep programmability creates software defined OpenFlow slices. Vnode and ProtoGENI federation live demo will be also shown.
    78107
     108Participants:
     109 * Akihiro Nakao, nakao@iii.u-tokyo.ac.jp
     110
    79111=== Slice Around the World ===
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    81  The ‘Slice Around the World” demonstration initiative was established to demonstrate the powerful potential of designing and implementing world-wide environments consisting of Global computational and storage clouds closely integrated with highly programmable networks. The initiative has been established by network research centers/research labs that are participating in multiple next generation networking activities, including those developing large scale distributed experimental network research environment, such as those be implemented by such initiatives as the NSF Global Environment for Network Innovations (GENI), the EU Future Internet Research Environment (FIRE), the Japanese New Generation Internet, the Korean Future Internet initiatives, the German Future Internet Lab (G-Lab), the Brazilian future Internet initiative and others. These environments are being developed by researchers for researchers. An important goal for many of the current projects would be to have persistent global environments directly developed and managed by the research community to support their experimental research.
     113The "Slice Around the World" demonstration initiative was established to demonstrate the powerful potential of designing and implementing world-wide environments consisting of Global computational and storage clouds closely integrated with highly programmable networks. The initiative has been established by network research centers/research labs that are participating in multiple next generation networking activities, including those developing large scale distributed experimental network research environment, such as those be implemented by such initiatives as the NSF Global Environment for Network Innovations (GENI), the EU Future Internet Research Environment (FIRE), the Japanese New Generation Internet, the Korean Future Internet initiatives, the German Future Internet Lab (G-Lab), the Brazilian future Internet initiative and others. These environments are being developed by researchers for researchers. An important goal for many of the current projects would be to have persistent global environments directly developed and managed by the research community to support their experimental research.
     114
     115Participants:
     116 * Jim Chen, jim-chen@northwestern.edu
    82117 
    83118== Experiments and Education ==
     
    87122Lehigh Explorer is an Android based application that utilizes content centric network features. It allows users to explore different campuses using keywords as well as images.
    88123
     124Participants:
     125 * Mooi Chuah, chuah@cse.lehigh.edu
     126
    89127=== Tmix on ProtoGENI ===
    90128
    91129A demonstration of experiments using the Tmix traffic generation system on ProtoGENI nodes.
    92130
     131Participants:
     132 * Jay Aikat, aikat@cs.unc.edu
     133
    93134=== !VeriFlow ===
    94135
    95136We will present a demo of !VeriFlow, a system to automatically check network-wide invariants in a software-defined network in real-time. More information on this tool can be found at http://www.cs.illinois.edu/~caesar/papers/veriflow-hotsdn12.pdf.
    96137
     138Participants:
     139 * Ahmed Khurshid, khurshi1@illinois.edu
     140
    97141=== Improved virtualization support in ProtoGENI and InstaGENI ===
    98142
    99143We will demonstrate recent enhancements to virtualization in ProtoGENI and InstaGENI: nodes sliced using Xen, the ability to capture and load images on virtual machines, the ability to move images between aggregates using URL-based image descriptors, and the ability to pre-stage images on shared hosts for fast sliver creation.
    100144
     145Participants:
     146 * Rob Ricci, ricci@cs.utah.edu
     147
    101148=== OKGems ===
    102149
     
    105152We will also show  Experimental Evaluations of Hadoop/MapReduce on ExoGENI Platform, mainly including Benchmark of Hadoop on ExoGENI and Automatic deployment of Hadoop and its applications.
    106153
     154Participants:
     155 * Andy Li, andyli@ece.ufl.edu
     156
    107157=== Southern Light Rail - GENI @ SoX ===
    108158
    109159This project is deploying GENI in the SoX Regional Network. This demonstration will give an update on the deployment and capabilities.
    110160
     161Participants:
     162 * Russ Clark, russ.clark@gatech.edu
     163
    111164=== Education Using Seattle Demo ===
    112165
    113166This demo shows how an instructor can easily (and without cost) provide students with hands-on experience on smartphones, laptops, desktops, and other computers all around the world. We will demonstrate how instructors can use Seattle testbed in the classroom. Our testbed has been used in about 30 classes at universities all around the world (including 2 and 4 year teaching schools). Come and see how this project can enhance your classes in security, operating systems, distributed systems, and networking!
    114167
    115 === Software defined Precise Measurement in GENI ===
     168Participants:
     169 * Justin Cappos, justinc@cs.washington.edu
     170
     171=== Software Defined Precise Measurement in GENI ===
    116172
    117173We will demonstrate SoNIC, which enables real-time access to 10Gbps Ethernet physical layer in software. By implementing the creation of the bitstream in software and the transmission of the bitstream in hardware, SoNIC provides complete control over the entire network stack in realtime. SoNIC utilizes commodity-off-the-shelf multi-core processors to implement part of the physical layer in software, and employs a FPGA board to transmit optical signal over the wire. As an example of SoNIC's fine-granularity control, it can perform precise network measurements at the pico-second scale, accurately characterizing network components such as routers, switches, and network interface cards.
    118174
     175Participants:
     176 * Han Wang, hwang@cs.cornell.edu
     177
    119178=== Magic Window ===
    120179
    121180This project uses augmented reality techniques to create an immersive video conferencing experience that allows the viewer to change perspective as if they are looking through a window. The project leverages SDN/OpenFlow networking to create a unique demonstration experience.
    122181 
     182Participants:
     183 * Russ Clark, russ.clark@gatech.edu
     184
    123185== Wireless Projects ==
    124186
     
    127189The key features of !MobilityFirst FIA are the GUID naming scheme and the storage aware routing. In this demo, we show that such features can be implemented on an OpenFlow switch by using appropriate control programs. Additionally, we also show that client mobility can be handled seamlessly in an OpenFlow set up.
    128190
     191Participants:
     192 * Aravind Krishnamoorthy, aravind.k90@rutgers.edu
     193
    129194=== OFUWI: Network Coding ===
    130195
    131196Our demo in GEC 15 will focus on delivering our progress on Network Coding project. Network Coding is addressing multiple wireless issues. We will present a poster with our current results.
    132197
     198Participants:
     199 * Nairan Zhang, nairan.wisc@gmail.com
     200
    133201=== SENSORKITS ===
    134202
    135203The GENI Sensor Kits using Wireless Sensor Networks project will demonstrate experiments designed for teaching science topics to secondary school students using GENI infrastructure.
    136204
     205Participants:
     206 * Michael McGrath, mcgrath.57@buckeyemail.osu.edu
     207
    137208=== WiMAX at NYU-Poly ===
    138209
    139210We will demonstrate a protocol we have implemented for cooperative packet recovery over heterogeneous networks (e.g. GENI WiMAX and !WiFi). This experiment (and several others) will be also featured in the GENI WiMAX tutorial at GEC15.
    140211
     212Participants:
     213 * ffund01@students.poly.edu
     214
    141215=== !WiRover ===
    142216
    143217Wisconsin Wireless and NetworkinG Systems (WiNGS) laboratory, Cisco Systems, !WiRover demo uilizing multiple interfaces.
    144218
     219Participants:
     220 * Derek Meyer, dmeyer@cs.wisc.edu
     221
    145222== Security and Data Exchange Projects ==
    146223
     
    148225
    149226An interoperable data exchange for an emergency management system will be demonstrated. The IF-MAP technology will be utilized to host emergency management information database, dynamic event management, and a built-in ALTO (Application Layer Traffic Optimization) function. A visual emergency management application will host an IF-MAP client for event publication. IF-MAP server will update the subscriber client at an OpenFlow controller (!FloodLight) to set priority and other traffic steering parameters based on the nature of the event. Flow definitions will be pushed to expedite the access to rich media and other possibly security-sensitive information at the event site on a presumed SDN. This is a collaboration with Infoblox (IF-MAP technology) and Dell (Split Data Plane technology).
     227
     228Participants:
     229 * Deniz Gurkan, dgurkan@uh.edu
    150230 
    151231=== Performance Analysis of DDoS Detection Methods on GENI ===
     
    153233DDoS attack experiment on Geni test-bed. More information : [wiki:FirstGenBrooks Performance Analysis of DDoS Detection Methods on Real Network]
    154234
     235Participants:
     236 * Ilker Ozcelik, iozceli@g.clemson.edu
     237
    155238=== Hive Mind ===
    156239
    157240We will be demonstrating simulations of our of Hive Mind system with regard to a variety of security scenarios. We will also be demonstrating a basic command & control interface for operating and monitoring the Hive Mind software.
    158241
     242Participants:
     243 * Sean Peisert, peisert@cs.ucdavis.edu
     244
    159245=== OpenFlow at Clemson: Data Analysis Network ===
    160246
    161247NSF REU students at Clemson University are working with the university's network and security engineers to develop an OpenFlow-based tool to flexibly deploy and manage traffic sensors for diverse subnets with different security requirements. The project incorporates features of the !FloodLight controller to manage the network. A new field of interest is in use case scenarios that involve IPv6 traffic.
     248
     249Participants:
     250 * Benjamin Ujcich, bujcich@g.clemson.edu
     251 * Kuang-Ching Wang, kwang@clemson.edu
     252 * Scott Groel, sgroel@clemson.edu