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GEC 18 Evening Demo Session

Location

NYU Poly Athletic Center

Schedule

Sunday October 27, 2013

Session Leaders

Heidi Picher Dempsey
GENI Project Office

Details

The evening demo session gives new and existing GENI experimenters and projects a chance to share their work in a live network environment. Demonstrations run for the entire length of the session, with teams on hand to answer questions and collaborate. This page lists scheduled demonstrations categorized in broad interest groups.

Directions and Logistics

Please visit Directions and Logistics for attendee and presenter logistics information.

Projects

GENI Infrastructure and Measurement Projects

ExoGENI / ORCA

Demonstrate latest capabilities of ExoGENI: storage slivering, any-to-any VLAN connectivity across the world between racks using multiple providers, multipoint connectivity across multiple providers.

Participants:

  • Ilya Baldin, RENCI, Ilia Baldine

The GENI Desktop

This demonstration will highlight several new features of the GENI Desktop including preliminary support for modules and various enhancement to make the Desktop easier to use.

We will also demonstrate new features designed to assist in running tests, including modules to generate traffic and control the flow of data across a slice.

Participants:

GENI @ SoX

The GENI deployment at the SoX regional provides GENI aggregate connectivity to GENI campuses in the Southeast as well as the SNAP Software Defined Exchange.

Participants:

Internet2

Internet2 will demo the GENI interface (via FOAM) to its Advanced Layer2 Service production network, which allows GENI experimenters to create VLANs on the Advanced Layer2 Service as part of a larger GENI experiment. We will also demonstrate our Flowspace Firewall (on a demonstration network) which is a prerequisite to allow us to have experimental OpenFlow controllers running alongside our production Advanced Layer2 Service controller.

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Mid-Atlantic Crossroads (MAX)

This demonstration will show stitching between the MAX InstaGENI Rack and other GENI Resources. A review of the GENI stitching architecture and demonstration of the latest Stitching Computation Services (SCS) will also be provided. This demonstration will include provisioning across the GENI Aggregate Manager for the Internet2 ION network.

Participants from Mid-Atlantic Crossroads, University of Maryland, College Park:

Security and Data Exchange Projects

Distributed Software-Defined Security with Application Traffic Steering

Demonstration of Deep Packet Inspection Offloading for the identified/classified firewall session on to the Network OpenFlow switch. Ideal length of the session to gain benefits of offloading by characterizing the Time to Offload which includes components like Network Delay, Flow Setup Time.

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Security and Performance Evaluation of Cloud Services

We will present data analysis of performance and security of various cloud service providers.

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Latent Interest Group Discovery

Recently, specialized P2P architectures have been proposed to alleviate privacy concerns of centralized Online Social Networks (OSNs). To resolve anycast queries in P2P OSNs, clustering techniques are employed to discover emerging latent Interest Groups (IGs). In this poster, we give some performance results for our proposed approach based on Emulab experiments.We will present data analysis of performance and security of various cloud service providers.

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Experiments and Education

MU-OSU Science DMZ

We will be presenting a demo experiment/poster for the double-ended Science DMZ infrastructure between University of Missouri-Columbia and The Ohio State University. The demo will showcase how networking policies across campuses can be securely enforced and managed when enabling accelerated long-distance data transfers for domain science collaboration use cases.

Participants:

GIMI

This is a combined ExoGENI/GIMI demo that will show how GIMI can be used to observe an experiment that is carried out on an ExoGENI slice. I will demonstrate the GIMI portal and its instrumentation and measurement services.

Participants:

Applying Operating System Principles to SDN Controller Design

We introduce yanc, a novel controller platform for software-defined networks which exposes network configuration and state as a file system, enabling user and system applications to interact through standard file I/O, and to easily take advantage of the tools available on the host operating system. In yanc, network applications are separate processes, are provided by multiple sources, and may be written in any language. Applications benefit from common and powerful technologies such as the virtual file system (VFS) layer, which we leverage to layer a distributed file system on top of, and Linux namespaces, which we use to isolate applications with different views (e.g., slices). Effectively, we are making Linux the network operating system. Yanc currently contains a driver to communicate with OpenFlow enabled hardware but is designed to be independent of a particular SDN technology.

This is a preview/demo of a project which is going to be presented at HotNets '13 in November. We are planning on using GENI for further experimentation in this project.

Participants:

Lehigh Mobility Support for Streaming Video

In this demo, we demonstrate how our content centric network supports mobility during a streaming video session.

Participants:

Awesome Omni

"Awesome Omni", aka "awemni", is an experimenter friendly interface to the existing omni command line resource reservation tool.

awemni brings the existing omni suite of tools (omni.py, omni-configure.py, readyToLogin.py) together in a single tool customized to support the experimenter's workflow. awemni is intended to require little or no training because it prompts the user with customized suggestions for the next possible commands in the resource reservation workflow. awemni also supports the use of a minimal library of basic RSpecs making simple reservations trivial. awemni is currently under development.

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Sea-Cloud Innovation Environment

"Sea-Cloud Innovation Environment" project is a testbed face for next generation information technology research in China. The control framework and measurement architecture in our Sea-Cloud Innovation Environment, distributed End-to-End Openflow Testbed in CSTNET and progress in cooperation with iGENI will be introduced in this demo.

''Sea-Cloud Innovation Environment Poster file''

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LEARN: Dell SDP and ExoGENI

Integration of Dell SDP Platform into ExoGENI will be demonstrated. In this demonstration we will explain how we established integration and what this integration brings to GENI community.

Participants:

Novel IPv6 Addressing Scheme for SDN

We will present( Embedding Switch Number, Port Number, and MAC Address (ESPM) within IPv6 Address) which is a new addressing scheme that can offer easier data forwarding on the network by embedding location information inside the host address for an OpenFlow-based SDN.

Participants:

InstaGENI: Demonstration of Slice Creation and Permanent File System

We will be demonstrating slice creation across the ProtoGENI and InstaGENI infrastructure, and use of the cross-GENI networked file system based in a slice. We will have two laptops and a projector, and will use the "Green Cities" demonstration for visuals.

Participants:

  • Rick McGeer, HP Labs, Rick McGeer

Measurements-initiated (on GIMI) OpenFlow Flow Setup Against Ping Attacks

We will demonstrate OpenFlow flow push when a ping attack has been detected through measurements on GIMI.

Participants:

Minimum Loss Resiliency for Fault-Tolerant Distributed OpenFlow-based Switches

The experiment will demonstrate resiliency to node failure in an Open Flow Switch LINC with a distributed system of switches and a buffering scheme used in an attempt to minimize the amount of packets dropped during the fail over and takeover events.

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Intelligent OpenFlow Network Slicing Framework

This demo will present a directions towards the intelligent, dynamic, and predictive OpenFlow network slicing framework.

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A Distributed Private Social Networking Infrastructure

We developed a distributed online social networking infrastructure to support privacy and to provide a namespace free message routing service. Our demonstration is a modification of the Diaspora open source online social network that we have modified to support global search and keyword based, tagless routing.

Participants:

OpenBIDS

OpenBIDS is an attempt to develop a high performance, low memory consuming, suitable for multiple pattern matching and fast online Network Intrusion Detection System (NIDS). OpenBIDS combines inherent advantages of OpenFlow-1.0.0 and bloom filter data structure. OpenVSwitch-1.9.0 and NOX controller are used by in this NIDS.

Participants:

  • Sujayyendhiren Ramarao Srinivasamurthi, Rochester Institute of Technology, sxr1043@rit.edu

VNode and FLARE

VNode: We demonstrate VNODE system federated with ProtoGENI. This time, we plan to demonstrate not only data-plane, but also control-plane API translation through Slice Exchange Point (SEP) and "common API" we discuss in the international federation team that GPO has organized. We also show simultaneous demos on resource allocation, transport layer, and gateway connecting VNODE (core) / FLARE (edge) to enable end-to-end Protocol-Oblivious-Fowarding (POF).

FLARE: We demonstrate FLARE Mini, a very small form factor, low-power yet high capacity (40Gbps total) , deeply programmable nodes. We show several useful applications enabled on FLARE Mini, for example, PCAP replay, Packet Generator (64B short packets @ 10Gbps), OpenFlow 1.3, L7 Switching etc.

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ProtoRINA Over ProtoGENI Poster

RINA is a clean-slate Recursive InterNetwork Architecture that enables the dynamic instantiation of private networks. We present initial results and experiences from running ProtoRINA, a prototype implementation of RINA, on the ProtoGENI testbed. ProtoRINA supports the programmability of management policies, including authentication, addressing, routing, and resource allocation.

Presenter:

Intelligent Data Movement and Storage in GENI

Ezra Kissel of Indiana University will be bringing a poster to introduce his new Solicitation 4 project.

Presenter:

G-Lab ToMaTo

Presenter:

GENI Science Shakedown

Presenter:

GENI Science Shakedown is a new GENI spiral 4 award that will apply the GENI experiment workflow to domain science applications and evaluate GENI’s ability to run domain science experiments (performance and ease-of-use), build a tool for domain scientists to create RSpec from high-level descriptions of high-throughput and high-performance applications, and provide feedback to GENI rack developers on the current capabilities with respect to science applications as well as target areas for improvement.

Poster file

Wireless Projects

WiMAX @ NYU Poly

At GEC18, some of our undergraduate and high school research assistants will demonstrate projects they have been working on utilizing GENI WiMAX, including a pervasive gaming application, a new technique for video delivery over wireless networks, and research on wireless signal propagation in urban environments.

Participants:

  • Various undergrad and high school students. NYU Poly Contact Fraida Fund - Fraida Fund

Handover Solutions in WiMAX

The Clemson/Madison team will demonstrate a vertical handoff technique using OpenFlow.

Participants:

Location Based Messaging System in MobilityFirst FIA

Global Unique Identifiers (GUIDs) used in the MobilityFirst Future Internet Architecture can be used to address different classes of Internet objects, from devices to contents, from services to context. In this demo we will showcase how location GUIDs can be exploited to realize a location based messaging system deployed on Android phones connected both through WiFi and WiMax. More information on MobilityFirst FIA project can be found at http://mobilityfirst.winlab.rutgers.edu

Participants:

WiMAX @ University of Wisconsin

Demoonstration of WiMax capabilities at the University of Wisonsin-Madison.

Participants:

Federation / International Projects

iGENI / Slice Around the World

We will demonstrate projects of members of the Consortium For International Advanced Networking Research using The "Slice Around The World" as a platform for Advanced Network Research and other Science Research.

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.

Participants:

MySlice, the Portal Technology in FIRE Facilities

This demonstration will present the MySlice tool and its utilization as both a portal and an SFA client, for testbed federations such as OneLab in Europe. This demonstration follows the presentation made in the Tuesday morning session “Federation Tool Support”, and shows the evolution of the tool since previous GEC13 and GEC15. MySlice is an extensible tool allowing users to register and request slices, get validated by a responsible authority, and start browsing and reserving resources for their experiments. In addition to data available through SFA, MySlice also integrates measurement and monitoring data aggregated from a wide variety of data sources, and features a set of plugins allowing a user to better navigate, visualize and select the resources of interest.

Participants:

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