Changes between Version 7 and Version 8 of GEC15Agenda/EveningDemoSession


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    3939=== Beyond observation: OML & OpenFlow ===
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    41 === XACML and FloodLight OpenFlow controller ===
     41=== XACML and !FloodLight OpenFlow controller ===
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    43 Demonstration 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.
     43Demonstration 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.
    4444
    4545=== Mid-Atlantic Crossroads (MAX) ===
     
    5555Internet2 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.
    5656
    57 === ShadowNet ===
     57=== !ShadowNet ===
    5858
    5959== Federation and International Projects ==
     
    6161=== GpENI ===
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    63 Demonstration 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.
     63Demonstration 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.
    6464
    6565=== Vnode & FLARE ===
     
    8181A demonstration of experiments using the Tmix traffic generation system on ProtoGENI nodes.
    8282
    83 === VeriFlow ===
     83=== !VeriFlow ===
    8484
    85 We 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.
     85We 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.
    8686
    8787=== Improved virtualization support in ProtoGENI and InstaGENI ===
     
    93932 posters:
    9494
    95   1.  OKGems/GemsCloud Programmable Sensor Network Testbed * Ceiling Testbed * MagicLink?: integrating multi-site sensor networks * Collaborating teams: KanseiGENI
     95  1.  OKGems/GemsCloud Programmable Sensor Network Testbed * Ceiling Testbed * !MagicLink: integrating multi-site sensor networks * Collaborating teams: KanseiGENI
    9696
    9797  2.  Experimental Evaluations of Hadoop/MapReduce on ExoGENI Platform * Benchmark of Hadoop on ExoGENI * Automatic deployment of Hadoop and its applications * Collaborating teams: ExoGENI/RENCI/Duke
     
    115115== Wireless Projects ==
    116116
    117 === Supporting MobilityFirst in OpenFlow based SDNs ===
     117=== Supporting !MobilityFirst in OpenFlow based SDNs ===
    118118
    119 The 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.
     119The 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.
    120120
    121121=== OFUWI: Network Coding ===
     
    129129=== WiMAX at NYU-Poly ===
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    131 We 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.
     131We 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.
    132132
    133133=== !WiRover ===
    134134
    135 Wisconsin Wireless and NetworkinG Systems (WiNGS) laboratory, Cisco Systems, !WiRover? demo uilizing multiple interfaces.
     135Wisconsin Wireless and NetworkinG Systems (WiNGS) laboratory, Cisco Systems, !WiRover demo uilizing multiple interfaces.
    136136
    137137== Security and Data Exchange Projects ==
     
    139139=== LEARN: Interoperable Data Exchange for Real-Time SDN Configuration ===
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    141 An 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).
     141An 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).
    142142 
    143143=== Performance Analysis of DDoS Detection Methods on GENI ===
     
    151151=== OpenFlow at Clemson: Data Analysis Network ===
    152152
    153 NSF 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.
     153NSF 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.