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    7171  * Matt Zekauskas, matt@internet2.edu, Internet2
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     73==== Virtualized Services via OpenFlow Based end-to-end Networking ====
     74
     75This system demonstrates a novel methodology for providing arbitrary virtualized services via Software Defined Networking (SDN). The tabletop demonstration provides virtual channels for services from the service provider all the way through to the user passed the user networking hardware. The system utilizes OpenFlow to control the network which enables priority based packet forwarding for required services. As an example, the updated emergency communication system implemented as the priority service will be demonstrated. Since the last demonstration, this demo has been updated on several levels. The additional services were implemented, thick clients replaced by thin clients, improved GUI made.
     76
     77Participants:
     78  * Milos Manic, misko@uidaho.edu, Univ. of Idaho
     79  * Dumidu Wijayasekara, dumidu.wijayasekara@gmail.com
     80
    7381=== Security and Data Exchange Projects ===
    7482
    7583
    7684=== Experiments and Education ===
     85
     86==== Course Modules for Teaching Networking Concepts ====
     87
     88We will demonstrate the education modules we have developed for educators to use in their undergraduate Computer Networking classes. These consist of concept demonstration modules as well as student assignment modules. Each module is comprised of a short overview video, longer tutorial videos, written tutorials, and canned demonstrations. The concept modules also include presentation slides while the assignment modules include completed assignments as samples for the instructor.
     89
     90Participants:
     91  * Jay Aikat, aikat@cs.unc.edu, Univ. of North Carolina
     92
     93
     94==== Simulation-as-a-Service App ====
     95
     96We will demonstrate a simple simulation-as-a-service (SMaaS) App that is setup within a hybrid cloud leveraging InstaGENI Rack resources. The SMaaS App use case involves !TotalSim using GENI for PaaS experiments, which will enable them to deliver their App (that has data-intensive computation and data movement workflows) in SaaS form to their customers.
     97
     98Participants:
     99 * Prasad Calyam, pcalyam@osc.edu, Ohio Supercomputer Center
     100
     101==== SDN-Video-Orchestrator ====
     102
     103We will demonstrate Software-defined networking (SDN) controller orchestrated traffic engineering for video traffic. We will present an OpenFlow-enabled SDN architecture that works in tandem with MPEG-DASH to allow video clients to stream videos seamlessly. This work is an extension to our project titled “SDN based application for efficient video streaming”, which was the recipient of the Internet2 2013 Innovative Application Award.
     104
     105Partcipants:
     106 * Aditi Ghag, aditivghag@gmail.com, Georgia Tech
     107
     108==== Jacks ====
     109
     110We will be demonstrating the first prototype of Jacks, the successor to Flack.
     111
     112Participants:
     113  * Rob Ricci, ricci@cs.utah.edu, Univ of Utah
     114
     115==== IDMS ====
     116
     117The Intelligent Data Movement System (IDMS) project will demonstrate data dissemination across multiple GENI aggregates. IDMS will use a combination of services running as appliance images on GENI nodes that are responsible for the storage and efficient movement of data between sites.
     118
     119Participants:
     120  * Ezra Kissel, kissel@cis.udel.edu, Univ. of Delaware
     121
     122==== ProtoRINA over GENI ====
     123
     124We will demonstrate ProtoRINA, Boston University's prototype of the Recursive !InterNetwork Architecture (RINA, http://csr.bu.edu/rina). The demo presents several fundamental RINA experiments (e.g., dynamic service layer instantiation) over GENI resources, and demonstrates the flexibility of RINA to manage a network by configuring different routing policies.
     125
     126Participants:
     127  * Ibrahim Matta, matta@bu.edu, Boston University
     128
     129==== NETMAP ====
     130
     131xDPd is an open source software modular switch implementation. We integrated fast packet process framework called as NETMAP into xDPd to increase the forwarding performance. We will present performance results and possible applications of such a platform on GENI experimentation environment.
     132
     133Participants:
     134  * Levent Dane, ldane@uh.edu, Univ. of Houston
     135  * Deniz Gurkan, dgurkan@central.uh.edu, Univ. of Houston
     136
     137==== Dell SDP and ExoGENI ====
     138
     139Brief demo description Integration of Dell SDP on ExoGENI rack with a hard reset mechanism design elements and ORCA integration framework will be presented.
     140
     141Participants:
     142  * Levent Dane, ldane@uh.edu, Univ. of Houston
     143  * Deniz Gurkan, dgurkan@central.uh.edu, Univ. of Houston
     144
     145==== Real Time Server Redundancy with OpenFlow Applications ====
     146
     147Demonstration of Real time server redundancy for interactive applications using OpenFlow.
     148
     149Participants:
     150  * aprakash6@wisc.edu
     151
     152==== Real Time Video Streaming Using OpenFlow ====
     153
     154Participants:
     155  * aprakash6@wisc.edu
     156
     157==== Virtual Topology Service (VTS) ====
     158
     159The Virtual Topology Service (VTS) will allow experimenters to reserve complex and flexible programmable virtual topologies on top of GENI substrates. Virtual switches supporting various SDN technologies (multiple versions of OpenFlow, etc), and simple traditional switches, will be available, and VTS tools will make it easy to reserve an entirely topology from a single descriptive rspec. We will demonstrate the current state of the service, and expect a prototype to be ready for brave early adopters to try out soon after GEC.
     160
     161Participants:
     162  * Nick Bastin, nick.bastin@gmail.com
     163
     164==== Simulation, Detection, and Denial of ping Attack ====
     165
     166Simulation, Detection, and Denial of ping attack: The demo topology in GENI consist of 2 nodes say Host1 and Host2. Host1 will send the ping's to the Host2. Host2 will continuously measure the number of ping's received from the Host1 and detect the ping attack. The detection will trigger re-programming of the network to deny pinging connection.
     167
     168Participants:
     169  * Satyajeet M. Padmanabhi, smpadmanabhi@gmail.com
     170  * Deniz Gurkan, dgurkan@central.uh.edu, Univ. of Houston
     171
     172==== Tapestry in GENI ====
     173
     174In this demonstration we will explain how Tapestry, a software defined application (Developed by Infoblox/flowforwarding.org) will help in continuous monitoring of the network and gives us the Network Complexity Index. Tapestry will be installed and running on a SDN switch which fully monitors the entire network and extracting the complexity index based on the DNS requests made on the network.
     175
     176Our aim is to run this Tapestry on the GENI cloud platform and identify the complexity based on the DNS requests made on the network and also focus on how rapidly the network complexity is growing and is needed to better management and control.
     177
     178Participants:
     179  * rbagli@uh.edu, Univ. of Houston
     180  * Deniz Gurkan, dgurkan@central.uh.edu, Univ. of Houston
     181
     182==== Protocol Pattern Matching on LINC Switch ====
     183
     184To optimize a protocol pattern matching mechanism on the LINC switch: inspiration was derived from Protocol Oblivious Forwarding (POF), which can be compatible with any new protocol.
     185
     186Participants:
     187  * v_chanpol@hotmail.com, Univ. of Houston
     188  * Deniz Gurkan, dgurkan@central.uh.edu, Univ. of Houston
     189
     190==== Network Characterization of Hadoop using GENI ====
     191
     192Hadoop’s implementation of !MapReduce in a multi-rack cluster is dependent upon the top of the rack switches and of the aggregator switches connecting multiple racks. We will demo network characterization and requirements perspective for Hadoop using the GENI testbed.
     193
     194Participants:
     195  * Abdul Navaz, navaz.enc@gmail.com, Univ. of Houston
     196  * Deniz Gurkan, dgurkan@central.uh.edu, Univ. of Houston
     197
     198=== Wireless Projects ===
    77199
    78200==== GENI-enabled Vehicular Sensing and Control Networking ====
     
    86208  * Yu Chen, yuchen.wayne@gmail.com, Wayne State Univ.
    87209
    88 ==== Simuulation-as-a-Service App ====
    89 
    90 We will demonstrate a simple simulation-as-a-service (SMaaS) App that is setup within a hybrid cloud leveraging InstaGENI Rack resources. The SMaaS App use case involves !TotalSim using GENI for PaaS experiments, which will enable them to deliver their App (that has data-intensive computation and data movement workflows) in SaaS form to their customers.
    91 
    92 Participants:
    93  * Prasad Calyam, pcalyam@osc.edu, Ohio Supercomputer Center
    94 
    95 ==== SDN-Video-Orchestrator ====
    96 
    97 We will demonstrate Software-defined networking (SDN) controller orchestrated traffic engineering for video traffic. We will present an OpenFlow-enabled SDN architecture that works in tandem with MPEG-DASH to allow video clients to stream videos seamlessly. This work is an extension to our project titled “SDN based application for efficient video streaming”, which was the recipient of the Internet2 2013 Innovative Application Award.
    98 
    99 Partcipants:
    100  * Aditi Ghag, aditivghag@gmail.com, Georgia Tech
    101 
    102 ==== Jacks ====
    103 
    104 We will be demonstrating the first prototype of Jacks, the successor to Flack.
    105 
    106 Participants:
    107   * Rob Ricci, ricci@cs.utah.edu, Univ of Utah
    108 
    109 ==== IDMS ====
    110 
    111 The Intelligent Data Movement System (IDMS) project will demonstrate data dissemination across multiple GENI aggregates. IDMS will use a combination of services running as appliance images on GENI nodes that are responsible for the storage and efficient movement of data between sites.
    112 
    113 Participants:
    114   * Ezra Kissel, kissel@cis.udel.edu, Univ. of Delaware
    115 
    116 ==== ProtoRINA over GENI ====
    117 
    118 We will demonstrate ProtoRINA, Boston University's prototype of the Recursive !InterNetwork Architecture (RINA, http://csr.bu.edu/rina). The demo presents several fundamental RINA experiments (e.g., dynamic service layer instantiation) over GENI resources, and demonstrates the flexibility of RINA to manage a network by configuring different routing policies.
    119 
    120 Participants:
    121   * Ibrahim Matta, matta@bu.edu, Boston University
    122 
    123 ==== NETMAP ====
    124 
    125 xDPd is an open source software modular switch implementation. We integrated fast packet process framework called as NETMAP into xDPd to increase the forwarding performance. We will present performance results and possible applications of such a platform on GENI experimentation environment.
    126 
    127 Participants:
    128   * Levent Dane, ldane@uh.edu, Univ. of Houston
    129   * Deniz Gurkan, dgurkan@central.uh.edu, Univ. of Houston
    130 
    131 ==== Dell SDP and ExoGENI ====
    132 
    133 Brief demo description Integration of Dell SDP on ExoGENI rack with a hard reset mechanism design elements and ORCA integration framework will be presented.
    134 
    135 Participants:
    136   * Levent Dane, ldane@uh.edu, Univ. of Houston
    137   * Deniz Gurkan, dgurkan@central.uh.edu, Univ. of Houston
    138 
    139 ==== Real Time Server Redundancy with OpenFlow Applications ====
    140 
    141 Demonstration of Real time server redundancy for interactive applications using OpenFlow.
    142 
    143 Participants:
    144   * aprakash6@wisc.edu
    145 
    146 ==== Real Time Video Streaming Using OpenFlow ====
    147 
    148 Participants:
    149   * aprakash6@wisc.edu
    150 
    151 ==== Virtual Topology Service (VTS) ====
    152 
    153 The Virtual Topology Service (VTS) will allow experimenters to reserve complex and flexible programmable virtual topologies on top of GENI substrates. Virtual switches supporting various SDN technologies (multiple versions of OpenFlow, etc), and simple traditional switches, will be available, and VTS tools will make it easy to reserve an entirely topology from a single descriptive rspec. We will demonstrate the current state of the service, and expect a prototype to be ready for brave early adopters to try out soon after GEC.
    154 
    155 Participants:
    156   * Nick Bastin, nick.bastin@gmail.com
    157 
    158 ==== Simulation, Detection, and Denial of ping Attack ====
    159 
    160 Simulation, Detection, and Denial of ping attack: The demo topology in GENI consist of 2 nodes say Host1 and Host2. Host1 will send the ping's to the Host2. Host2 will continuously measure the number of ping's received from the Host1 and detect the ping attack. The detection will trigger re-programming of the network to deny pinging connection.
    161 
    162 Participants:
    163   * Satyajeet M. Padmanabhi, smpadmanabhi@gmail.com
    164   * Deniz Gurkan, dgurkan@central.uh.edu, Univ. of Houston
    165 
    166 ==== Tapestry in GENI ====
    167 
    168 In this demonstration we will explain how Tapestry, a software defined application (Developed by Infoblox/flowforwarding.org) will help in continuous monitoring of the network and gives us the Network Complexity Index. Tapestry will be installed and running on a SDN switch which fully monitors the entire network and extracting the complexity index based on the DNS requests made on the network.
    169 
    170 Our aim is to run this Tapestry on the GENI cloud platform and identify the complexity based on the DNS requests made on the network and also focus on how rapidly the network complexity is growing and is needed to better management and control.
    171 
    172 Participants:
    173   * rbagli@uh.edu, Univ. of Houston
    174   * Deniz Gurkan, dgurkan@central.uh.edu, Univ. of Houston
    175 
    176 ==== Protocol Pattern Matching on LINC Switch ====
    177 
    178 To optimize a protocol pattern matching mechanism on the LINC switch: inspiration was derived from Protocol Oblivious Forwarding (POF), which can be compatible with any new protocol.
    179 
    180 Participants:
    181   * v_chanpol@hotmail.com, Univ. of Houston
    182   * Deniz Gurkan, dgurkan@central.uh.edu, Univ. of Houston
    183 
    184 ==== Network Characterization of Hadoop using GENI ====
    185 
    186 Hadoop’s implementation of !MapReduce in a multi-rack cluster is dependent upon the top of the rack switches and of the aggregator switches connecting multiple racks. We will demo network characterization and requirements perspective for Hadoop using the GENI testbed.
    187 
    188 Participants:
    189   * Abdul Navaz, navaz.enc@gmail.com, Univ. of Houston
    190   * Deniz Gurkan, dgurkan@central.uh.edu, Univ. of Houston
    191 
    192 === Wireless Projects ===
    193210
    194211==== Real-Time Video Streaming with Mobility Support ====
     
    226243  * Adam Hodges, hodges8@g.clemson.edu, Clemson Univ.
    227244
    228 ==== Course Modules for Teaching Networking Concepts ====
    229 
    230 We will demonstrate the education modules we have developed for educators to use in their undergraduate Computer Networking classes. These consist of concept demonstration modules as well as student assignment modules. Each module is comprised of a short overview video, longer tutorial videos, written tutorials, and canned demonstrations. The concept modules also include presentation slides while the assignment modules include completed assignments as samples for the instructor.
    231 
    232 Participants:
    233   * Jay Aikat, aikat@cs.unc.edu, Univ. of North Carolina
    234 
    235 ==== Virtualized Services via OpenFlow Based end-to-end Networking ====
    236 
    237 This system demonstrates a novel methodology for providing arbitrary virtualized services via Software Defined Networking (SDN). The tabletop demonstration provides virtual channels for services from the service provider all the way through to the user passed the user networking hardware. The system utilizes OpenFlow to control the network which enables priority based packet forwarding for required services. As an example, the updated emergency communication system implemented as the priority service will be demonstrated. Since the last demonstration, this demo has been updated on several levels. The additional services were implemented, thick clients replaced by thin clients, improved GUI made.
    238 
    239 Participants:
    240   * Milos Manic, misko@uidaho.edu, Univ. of Idaho
    241   * Dumidu Wijayasekara, dumidu.wijayasekara@gmail.com
    242245
    243246=== Federation / International Projects ===