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    147147==== GENI Desktop ====
    148 *''This demonstration shows new services in the GENI Desktop environment for experimentation.  Visit us to learn how to use GENI Desktop for your experiments.''
     148*''This demonstration shows new services in the GENI Desktop experimentation environment.  Visit us to learn how to use GENI Desktop for your experiments.''
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    150150GENI Desktop provides a unified interface and environment for experimenters to create, control, manage, interact with and measure the performance of GENI slices. A streamlined GENI Desktop Lite will be demonstrated at this GEC. We have integrated Jacks into the GENI Desktop. We will also demo the slice verification testing service and the revised archival service implemented in GENI Desktop. In addition, we will demo the module for supporting user-defined flows and performance measurement for OVS nodes implemented in the Adopt-A-GENI (AAG) project.
     
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    173173==== Wide-Area Monitoring of Power Systems Using DHT and GENI-Based Cloud Computing ====
    174 *''This demo shows plug-and-play emulation for the power grid. Visit us to learn how NSCU and RENCI are collaborating on networking and power systems research.  ''
     174*''This demo shows plug-and-play emulation for the power grid. Visit us to learn how NSCU and RENCI collaborate on networking and power systems research.  ''
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    176176The demo will show how enhanced distributed hash tables can be deployed in a distributed cloud network like GENI to form a transformatively new wide-area communication medium for executing critical, real-time monitoring and estimation functions in large electric power systems using massive volumes of Synchrophasor data. We will demonstrate how various monitoring and state estimation algorithms for keeping continuous track of a power grid, can be installed in GENI using a deadline-driven DHT system we are developing, which decouples the data communication between the grid sensors (Phasor Measurement Units or PMUs), the data processors (Phasor Data Concentrators or PDCs), and the monitoring applications. We will develop a dynamic, virtual PMU-PDC architecture in ExoGENI that can be connected to a power system testbed running at the NSF FREEDM Systems Center located at NC State University. The connection will be completely plug-and-play. We will use this interconnection to emulate several realistic monitoring scenarios and evaluate how DHTs can improve the resiliency of monitoring against network delays and malicious data-flows. This is a collaboration between RENCI and NCSU.
     
    198198
    199199==== SDN Router Security in GENI ====
     200*''This demo explores router misconfiguration and compromise effects in an SDN environment.  Visit us to learn more about SDN security.''
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    201202GENI is making wide use of software-defined networking. This technology makes use of protocols such as OpenFlow, which implements the software-defined networking. This demo explores what could happen if a router is misconfigured or the nodes with the controllers are compromised. How would such a compromise affect other routers? What would be the effects on the network as a whole?
     
    205206
    206207==== Labwiki ====
     208*''This demonstration shows new Labwiki experimenter workspace features.  Visit us to try Labwiki for your classes and experiments.''
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    208210This demonstration presents the latest features to the Labwiki Workspace. We will demonstrate the secure provisioning of resources and topologies through Labwiki. We will also present Labwiki's new visualisation engine with new types of available graphs that an experimenter can use. We finally demonstrate Labwiki's capability to orchestrate an experiment which simultaneously involves globally distributed resources. These features allow Labwiki to provide experimenter with a comprehensive workspace to plan, prepare, orchestrate and analyse their experiments.  We will also present its new automated experiment trial validation plugin, e.g. a lecturer can now automatically get information about experiment trials requested by students. We will finally demonstrate Labwiki's new integration within an eBook widget.
     
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    213215==== Network Function Instantiation ====
     216''This demo shows a new approach to network function instantiation.  Visit us to learn how to use middleboxes for programmable network functions.''
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    215218We demonstrate a network function instantiation capability that transforms the understanding of middleboxes as rigid feature providers. Instead of utilizing middleboxes in strategic locations in the network, we enable programmable network function instantiation in a proliferated fashion in the networks.
     
    219222
    220223==== GENI for Classes / GENI for the Masses ====
     224''This demo will show the GENI Classroom-as-a-Service and a new GENI MOOC.  Visit us to learn how to use GENI experiments with your students.''
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    222226This demo showcases two educational offerings built on GENI and available for general use. The GENI Classroom-as-a-Service is a set of experiments designed to complement traditional courses on computer networks, wireless and mobile computing, or wireless communications. To date, it has been used by hundreds of students in over a dozen classes. We will also demo GENI MOOC, an experiment-based Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on the subject of computer networks, with lab experiments that run on GENI resources. This course is aimed at beginners who want to learn about how the Internet works, students who want an introduction to some research topics in networking, and instructors who may use these browser-based experiments as in-class demonstrations or homework assignments.
     
    227231=== Federation and International Collaboration  ===
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    229 ==== International Federation ( US, Japan, Europe ) ====
    230 
    231 This demo shows federation mechamism which enable virtual network between heterogenious virtualization platforms to be created / operated easily..
    232 
    233 Who should see this demo?
    234 
    235 Attendees interested in international collaboration should see this demo.
    236 
    237 In this demo slice spread across three different virtualization platforms (VNode, GENI, Fed4Fire) are created. We will show how federated slice is created using the Slice Exchange Point mechanism, which enables whole slice to be managed by the network manager of any single virtualization platform.
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    239 Participants:
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    241  * Univ. of Tokyo
    242   * Akihiro Nakao,  nakao@iii.u-tokyo.ac.jp
    243   * Shu Yamamoto,  shu@iii.u-tokyo.ac.jp
    244  * Toshiaki Tarui,  toshiaki.tarui.my@hitachi.com, Hitachi
     233==== International Federation (US, Japan, Europe) ====
     234''''This demo shows federation mechanisms that enable virtual networks between heterogeneous virtualization platforms to be created and operated easily.  Visit us if you are interested in international collaboration.
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     236In this demo, a slice spread across three different virtualization platforms (VNode, GENI, Fed4Fire) is created. We will show how a federated slice is created using the Slice Exchange Point mechanism, which enables the whole slice to be managed by the network manager of any single virtualization platform.
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     238Participants:
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     240  * Akihiro Nakao, nakao@iii.u-tokyo.ac.jp, Univ. of Tokyo
     241  * Shu Yamamoto, shu@iii.u-tokyo.ac.jp, Univ. of Tokyo
     242  * Toshiaki Tarui, toshiaki.tarui.my@hitachi.com, Hitachi
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    246244==== Enhancing Network Applications on VNode and GENI ====
    247 
    248 This demo shows enhanced video streaming and big data applications via federation slice between VNode and GENI.
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    250 Who should see this demo?
    251 
    252 Attendees interested in application providers and network providers should see this demo. We'll show how to enhance applications by programmable network such as VNode and GENI.
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    254 In this demo, we show enhanced video streaming and big data applications via federation slice between VNode and GENI. In video streaming applications, we deploy multi-casting and transcoding functions dynamically into slice nodes according to the demands. Users can receive high quality video via limited bandwidth. In big data application, we try to transmit big data efficiently and safety via federation slice with US Ignite members.
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    256 Participants:
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    258  * Univ. of Tokyo
    259   * Akihiro Nakao,  nakao@iii.u-tokyo.ac.jp
    260   * Shu Yamamoto,  shu@iii.u-tokyo.ac.jp
    261  * Toshiaki Tarui,  toshiaki.tarui.my@hitachi.com, Hitachi
    262  * Yoshinori Kitatsoji, kitaji@kddilabs.jp, KDDI
    263  * NTT
    264   * Yuuki Minami, minami.yuuki@lab.ntt.co.jp
    265   * Kazuhisa Yamada, yamada.kazuhisa@lab.ntt.co.jp
     245''This demo shows enhanced video streaming and big data applications via a federation slice between VNode and GENI.  Visit us to see how application and network providers can use this approach to enhance their applications.''
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     247In this demo, we show enhanced video streaming and big data applications via a federation slice between VNode and GENI. In video streaming applications, we deploy multi-casting and transcoding functions dynamically into slice nodes according to the application demands. Users can receive high quality video via limited bandwidth. In big data applications, we try to transmit big data efficiently and safely via a federation slice with US Ignite members.
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     249Participants:
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     251  * Akihiro Nakao,  nakao@iii.u-tokyo.ac.jp , Univ. of Tokyo
     252  * Shu Yamamoto,  shu@iii.u-tokyo.ac.jp, Univ. of Tokyo
     253  * Toshiaki Tarui,  toshiaki.tarui.my@hitachi.com, Hitachi
     254  * Yoshinori Kitatsoji, kitaji@kddilabs.jp, KDDI
     255  * Yuuki Minami, minami.yuuki@lab.ntt.co.jp, NTT
     256  * Kazuhisa Yamada, yamada.kazuhisa@lab.ntt.co.jp, NTT
    266257
    267258==== Application-driven Programmable Networking by FLARE ====
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     259''''
    269260This demo shows multiple application-driven slices leveraging FLARE DPN for smartphone users as well as Internet of Things (IoT) tiny sensor devices.
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