Changes between Version 31 and Version 32 of GEC17Agenda/EveningDemoSession

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  • GEC17Agenda/EveningDemoSession

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    190190 * Dr. Sachin Shetty
    191191 * Dr. Kaiqi Xiong
     193==== Design and Monitor OpenFlow Load Balancing Experiment with GIMI using ExoGENI ====
     195In this demo, we will use ExoGENI as the underlying infrastructure and create an OpenFlow Load Balancing experiment. Trema will be used as the controller. We will demonstrate the use of GIMI (!LabWiki) in terms of designing and monitoring our experiment.
     198  * Shufeng Huang, BBN,
     200==== Vnode/ FLARE & WiVi ====
     202Vnode is a network virtualization platform developed by Vnode team consisting of NTT, U-Tokyo, NEC, Hitachi, Fujitsu, and KDDI Labs Inc. In the demonstration, the operation and performance of the latest version of Vnode will be shown. The live federation demo of Vnode and protoGENI will be given. FLARE of portable network virtualization node shows the multiple version of OpenFlow operations. !WiVi of wireless network virtualization is also demonstrated.
     205  * Akihiro Nakao, Univ. of Tokyo,
     206  * Toshi Tarui, Hitachi,
     207  * Shu Yamamoto, Univ of Tokyo,
     209==== InstaGENI ====
     211In this demonstration we will show a number of InstaGENI racks, together with ProtoGENI nodes at the University of Utah, GENICloud nodes at TU-Kaiserslautern, VNodes at the University of Tokyo, and other federated resources from the University of Ghent (Belgium) and two Brazilian institutions running a collaborative, multi-site Geographic Information System calculation, with layer-2 networking between sites provided by iGENI and !PacketCaching and acceleration by the VNode project of NICT and the University of Tokyo.
     214  * Rick !McGeer,
     216==== SINCERE: Social Interactive Big Data on GENI ====
     218SINCERE (Social Interactive Networks: Conversation Entropy Ranking Engine) is a social informatics platform in capturing and analyzing discussions about the contents being propagated and shared on the Internet via Social Media Systems. It consists of four main components, the crawler, the analysis engine, the search interface, and the application programming interface with the capability of plug-in modules.
     221  * Shyhtsun Felix Wu, UC Davis,
    193225=== Wireless Projects ===