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    5353  * Rob Ricci, ricci@cs.utah.edu, Univ. of Utah
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    55 ==== Internet2 Openflow ====
    56 '' This demo shows Internet2 resources being allocated as part of a GENI experiment, and also describes the steps to get a slice of virtualized backbone resources.  Visit us to see what GENI resources are available on the Internet2 backbone, and how they are implemented. ''
     55==== Internet2 OpenFlow ====
     56''This demo shows Internet2 resources being allocated as part of a GENI experiment, and also describes the steps to get a slice of virtualized backbone resources.  Visit us to see what GENI resources are available on the Internet2 backbone, and how they are implemented.''
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    5858Internet2 will demo circuits being created on the Advanced Layer 2 Service with the AL2S Aggregate Manager, and also virtualization on the Advanced Layer 2 Service with !FlowSpace Firewall, showing a guest controller in addition to the standard Advanced Layer 2 Service OESS controller. We will talk about our experience with guest controllers to date, and field questions on how we support experimental GENI OpenFlow controllers, running alongside our production AL2S controller.
     
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    6565==== Networked Virtual Reality Based Training for Orthopedic Surgery ====
    66 ''Dr. Pirela-Cruz demonstrates multimedia and haptic interfaces on a distributed VR application for training orthopedic residents.''
     66*''Dr. Pirela-Cruz demonstrates multimedia and haptic interfaces on a distributed VR application for training orthopedic residents.  Visit us to learn about networked medical applications.''
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    6868This demonstration involves highlighting a distributed approach to training orthopedic medical residents using Virtual Reality (VR) based simulation environments; this application exploits the capabilities of the Global Environment for Network Innovation (GENI) national test bed infrastructure.  Our demonstration will show how expert surgeons in different hospitals can interact with medical trainees at others locations and teach them the fundamentals of orthopedic surgery. The high-definition multimedia streaming and haptic interfaces associated with the VR environment will enable trainees to remotely observe, participate and practice surgical techniques virtually from different locations (and also provides ‘on demand’ access to such medical educational and training resources).
     
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    7979==== GENI Cinema ====
    80 
    81 This demo shows how OpenFlow can be used in GENI to create a live video streaming service for the reception, hosting, routing, and transmission of live video streams.
    82 
    83 Who should see this demo?
    84 
    85 Attendees interested in OpenFlow/SDN use-cases and those interested in video streaming and content delivery.
     80''This demonstration shows a live video streaming service for the reception, hosting, routing, and transmission of live video streams using OpenFlow in GENI. Visit us to learn more about OpenFlow/SDN use-cases, video streaming and content delivery.''
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    8782Video streaming over the Internet, be it static or live streaming, is rapidly increasing in popularity. Many video streaming services exist to serve a variety of needs, such as video conferencing, entertainment, education, and the broadcast of live events. These services rely heavily on the server application to adapt to increasing and decreasing demand for a particular video resource. Furthermore, they require the reallocation of resources and the restart of the stream when a client stops, starts, and/or switches to a different stream. SDN (Software-Defined Networking) and specifically OpenFlow can be creatively used to reallocate some of these tasks to the network and link layers.
     
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    93  * Ryan Izard,  rizard@clemson.edu, Clemson Univ.
    94  * Kuang-Ching Wang,  kwang@clemson.edu, Clemson Univ.
    95  * Qing Wang,  qw@g.clemson.edu, Clemson Univ.
    96  * Parmesh Ramanathan,  parmesh@ece.wisc.edu, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison
     88 * Ryan Izard, rizard@clemson.edu, Clemson Univ.
     89 * Kuang-Ching Wang, kwang@clemson.edu, Clemson Univ.
     90 * Qing Wang, qw@g.clemson.edu, Clemson Univ.
     91 * Parmesh Ramanathan, parmesh@ece.wisc.edu, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison
    9792
    9893==== A Cyber Physical Test Bed for Advanced Manufacturing ====
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    100 This demonstration will be a milestone in the area of Digital Manufacturing and involves showcasing a GENI based cyber physical framework for advanced manufacturing. This Next Internet based framework will enable globally distributed software and manufacturing resources to be accessed from different locations accomplish a complex set of life cycle activities including design analysis, assembly planning, and simulation. The advent of the Next Internet holds the promise of ushering in a new era in Information Centric engineering and digital manufacturing activities. The focus will be on the emerging domain of micro devices assembly, which involves the assembly of micron sized parts using automated micro assembly work cells.
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    102 Participants:
    103   * Yajun Lu, yajun.lu@okstate.edu, Oklahoma State
    104   * J. Cecil,  j.cecil@okstate.edu, Oklahoma State
     94*''This demonstration shows a new networked advanced manufacturing framework used for micro device assembly.  Visit us to learn more about globally distributed manufacturing.''
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     96This demonstration will be a milestone in the area of Digital Manufacturing and involves showcasing a GENI based cyber physical framework for advanced manufacturing. This Next Internet based framework will enable globally distributed software and manufacturing resources to be accessed from different locations to accomplish a complex set of life cycle activities including design analysis, assembly planning, and simulation. The advent of the Next Internet holds the promise of ushering in a new era in Information Centric engineering and digital manufacturing activities. The focus will be on the emerging domain of micro devices assembly, which involves the assembly of micron sized parts using automated micro assembly work cells.
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     98Participants:
     99  * Yajun Lu, yajun.lu@okstate.edu, Oklahoma State Univ.
     100  * J. Cecil,  j.cecil@okstate.edu, Oklahoma State Univ.
    105101  * Parmesh Ramanathan, parmesh@ece.wisc.edu, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison
    106102  * Aditya Prakash,  aprakash6@wisc.edu, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison
     
    108104==== PrimoGENI ====
    109105
    110 This demo shows a working prototype of MyExperiment?, a full-functioning public online model repository for PrimoGENI.
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    112 Who should see this demo?
    113 
    114 Attendees interested in conducting network experiments combining simulation and emulation on GENI.
     106''This demo shows a working prototype of !MyExperiment, a full-functioning public online model repository for PrimoGENI.  Visit us to learn about network experiments that combine simulation and emulation on GENI.''
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    116108PrimoGENI allows hybrid network experiments consisting of simulated and emulated network entities. Each PrimoGENI experiment consists of a model of a virtual network, which includes the specification of the network topology with detailed configuration of network entities, and possible specification of background network traffic. !MyExperiment is an online repository, where experimenters can create, view, and modify network models; one can also publish network models and share experiment results with the user community. !MyExperiment contains plugins for various network topology and traffic generators. !MyExperiment manages network models created by each user and supports translation between different formats. Users can publish their models and share experiment results to facilitate model reuse and validation.
     
    121113==== Enhancing an OpenFlow Network with Service Insertion and Payload Inspection ====
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    123 This demo shows a working prototype of an application aware video reconditioning service.
    124 
    125 Who should see this demo?
    126 
    127 Attendees interested in introducing a variety of value-added network services into their networks, such as context-sensitive service for prioritizing public safety applications or a security service that detects and eliminates malware embedded in unwary user traffic.
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    129 Today, due to volatile and exploding traffic demands, ISPs need to update their deployed network resources almost continuously, but it is costly to provision increasingly faster and specialized network devices. The impact of a given resource change on the performance of traffic in terms of improving user experience or utility is also hard to predict. Network middle boxes with Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) capabilities have become a necessity for improving the intelligence of networks. OpenFlow, the de facto early standard for Software-Defined Network, encourages multi-vendor openness but only allows traffic engineering on an integrated basis for L2-L4. To introduce DPI functionality, we propose and prototype an enhancement to OpenFlow based on the idea of an External Processing Box (EPB) optionally attached to forwarding engines; however, when attached the EPB is seen as an integrated part of the OpenFlow datapath. With an EPB, a network operator can program L7-based policies within an OpenFlow Controller to control service insertion and traffic engineering. The EPB enables the operator the capability to: - modify traffic behavior based on payload content (i.e. expedite specific traffic) - inject/remove information from the payload - encrypt traffic on the fly
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    131 The video reconditioning service prototype demonstrates video traffic steered to travel either a best-effort route or an expedited route based on video feed’s URL. This is currently a capability switches (conventional/OpenFlow-enabled) are not able to perform as the information lies in the L7 header.
     115''This demo shows a working prototype of an application-aware video reconditioning service.  Visit us to learn more about building value-added network services, such as a context-sensitive service for prioritizing public safety applications or a security service that detects and eliminates malware embedded in unwary user traffic.''
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     117Today, due to volatile and exploding traffic demands, ISPs need to update their deployed network resources almost continuously, but it is costly to provision increasingly faster and specialized network devices. The impact of a given resource change on the performance of traffic in terms of improving user experience or utility is also hard to predict. Network middle boxes with Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) capabilities have become a necessity for improving the intelligence of networks. OpenFlow, the ''de facto'' early standard for Software-Defined Networking, encourages multi-vendor openness but only allows traffic engineering on an integrated basis for L2-L4. To introduce DPI functionality, we propose and prototype an enhancement to OpenFlow based on the idea of an External Processing Box (EPB) optionally attached to forwarding engines; however, when attached the EPB is seen as an integrated part of the OpenFlow datapath. With an EPB, a network operator can program L7-based policies within an OpenFlow Controller to control service insertion and traffic engineering. The EPB enables the operator the capability to modify traffic behavior based on payload content (i.e. expedite specific traffic);  inject/remove information from the payload; and encrypt traffic on the fly.
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     119The video reconditioning service prototype demonstrates video traffic steered to travel either a best-effort route or an expedited route based on the video feed’s URL. This is currently a capability switches (conventional/OpenFlow-enabled) are not able to perform, because the information lies in the L7 header.
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