Changes between Version 12 and Version 13 of GEC20Agenda/EveningDemoSession


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Timestamp:
06/22/14 20:16:03 (5 years ago)
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hdempsey@bbn.com
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  • GEC20Agenda/EveningDemoSession

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    343343==== VNode, FLARE, Congestion-Avoidance, Federation ====
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    345  We updated VNode system to next version and we will show our recent progress of VNode system, especially focusing on applications working over VNode system. We are preparing four kinds of demos: one for video multicasting and transcoding in virtual network, second for congestion avoidance method using virtual networks, third for FLARE switch, and at last for federation between different virtualization platforms.
     345We updated VNode system to next version and we will show our recent progress of VNode system, especially focusing on applications working over VNode system. We are preparing four kinds of demos: one for video multicasting and transcoding in virtual network, second for congestion avoidance method using virtual networks, third for FLARE switch, and at last for federation between different virtualization platforms.
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    347347In GEC20, video transcoding will be executed on both VNode and ProtoGENI side and comparison result will be shown, new virtual-network application (congestion avoidance) will be demonstrated, high-end FLARE network virtualization node with many 10G ports and three-way federation based on the common-API/slice definitionV2.0 will be demonstrated.
     
    368368  * Thomas Steele, Kemp Natural Resources Station, Univ. of Wisconsin
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    370 ==== MobilityFirst ====
     370==== !MobilityFirst ====
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    372372Mobilityfirst supports flexible extensibility of data-plane services through a pluggable compute-plane that can optionally and strategically be enabled at chosen points in the network. Service providers can use this to provide value-added services such as caching, security, and offloading options to enhance end-user experience. It can also enable an in-network platform (PaaS-like) for third-party web/consumer application providers to host their servers closer to the their clients. In this demo, we will show how a content delivery service can leverage this compute-layer function to introduce smart in-network modules that can either modify end-to-end streams or respond to requests locally reducing load on origin servers. The demo will utilize host and network resources on GENI (Rack nodes, I2 supported multi-site VLAN using AL2S, etc) as well as wireless edge deployments over WiMAX and !WiFi.