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    207207==== Labwiki ====
    208 *''This demonstration shows new Labwiki experimenter workspace features.  Visit us to try Labwiki for your classes and experiments.''
     208*''This demonstration shows new Labwiki experimenter workspace features.  Visit us to try Labwiki with global resources for your classes and experiments.''
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    210210This 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.
     
    222222
    223223==== 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.''
     224''This demo shows 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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    226226This 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.
     
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    233233==== 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.
     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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    236236In 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.
     
    249249Participants:
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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
     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
    254254  * Yoshinori Kitatsoji, kitaji@kddilabs.jp, KDDI
    255255  * Yuuki Minami, minami.yuuki@lab.ntt.co.jp, NTT
     
    257257
    258258==== Application-driven Programmable Networking by FLARE ====
    259 ''''
    260 This demo shows multiple application-driven slices leveraging FLARE DPN for smartphone users as well as Internet of Things (IoT) tiny sensor devices.
    261 
    262 Who should see this demo?
    263 
    264 Smartphone users not satisfied in the current application performance should see this demo.
    265 
    266 In this demo, the application driven networking for smartphone services will be shown in multiple application specific slices created in FLARE nodes. We can apply the different network policy such as QoS to each slice in accordance with applications. We can also demonstrate the slice tailored to IoT devices such as micro-computer based tiny sensor devices which generate different size of packets from that of the current Internet traffic.
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    268 Participants:
    269 
    270  * Univ. of Tokyo
    271   * Akihiro Nakao,  nakao@iii.u-tokyo.ac.jp
    272   * Shu Yamamoto,  shu@iii.u-tokyo.ac.jp
     259''
     260This demo shows multiple application-driven slices leveraging FLARE DPN for smartphone users, as well as Internet of Things (IoT) tiny sensor devices.  Visit us if you are a smartphone user who's not satisfied with your application performance.''
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     262In this demo, the application driven networking for smartphone services will be shown in multiple application specific slices created in FLARE nodes. We can apply different network polixy, such as QoS, to each slice in accordance with application demands. We can also demonstrate the slice tailored to IoT devices, such as micro-computer based tiny sensor devices which generate packets that differ in size from current Internet traffic.
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     264Participants:
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     267  * Akihiro Nakao, nakao@iii.u-tokyo.ac.jp, Univ. of Tokyo
     268  * Shu Yamamoto, shu@iii.u-tokyo.ac.jp, Univ. of Tokyo
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    274270==== SDXs: Software Define Network Exchanges at StarLight and Partner Sites ====
    275 
    276 This demo shows a working prototype of SDXs at the !StarLight International / National Communications Exchange Facility and partner sites, which enable the exchange research traffic among different types of Software Define Networks (SDNs) and legacy networks.
    277 
    278 Who should see this demo?
    279 
    280 Attendees interested in:
     271''This demo shows a working prototype of SDXs at the !StarLight International / National Communications Exchange Facility and partner sites, which enable the exchange of research traffic among different types of Software Define Networks (SDNs) and legacy networks.  Visit us if you are interested in any of these subjects: 
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    281273 1. Identifying the current challenges in managing SDN networks in production exchanges
    282274 2. Proposals for addressing these challenges and the prototype demonstrations
    283275 3. Creating virtual exchange prototypes for specialized communities: SDXs for Genomics Data
    284  4. Creating virtual exchange prototypes for specialized communities: SDXs for Cloud testbeds 
     276 4. Creating virtual exchange prototypes for specialized communities: SDXs for Cloud testbeds''
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    286278The challenges in connecting and exchanging different types of network traffic for research and education communities are not well known topics outside of the network exchange communities. The recent proliferation of SDN/OpenFlow technology brings this challenge to the attention of all the interested parties.
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    288 The !StarLight and partner sites present through these demonstrations current prototype work underway to address such challenges, the prototype SDXs include Network Service Interface (NSI), ofNSI (OpenFlow NSI), GENI AM integration, virtual SDXs for Open Genomic Data Common and Virtual SDXs for Chameleon Cloud, one of the National Science Foundation’s NSFCloud testbeds.
     280!StarLight and partner sites present through these demonstrations current prototype work underway to address such challenges.  The prototype SDXs include the Network Service Interface (NSI), ofNSI (OpenFlow NSI), GENI AM integration, virtual SDXs for Open Genomic Data Common, and Virtual SDXs for Chameleon Cloud, one of the National Science Foundation’s NSFCloud testbeds.
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    290282Participants:
     
    292284
    293285==== Demand-driven Network Management with ProtoRINA ====
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    295 This demo shows how video can be efficiently multicast to many clients on demand by dynamically creating a delivery tree using ProtoRINA, our prototype of the Recursive InterNetwork Architecture (RINA).
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    297 Who should see this demo? Attendees interested in future network architectures, and demand-driven network management and its application to software-defined virtual networking.
    298 
    299 We demonstrate how video can be efficiently multicast to many clients on demand by dynamically creating a delivery tree using ProtoRINA, our prototype of the Recursive !InterNetwork Architecture (RINA). Under RINA, multicast can be enabled through a secure communication container that is dynamically formed to support video transport either through application proxies or via relay IPC processes. The former represents application-level management, while the latter represents communication layer management, both forms are part of RINA’s repeating management structure. RINA supports demand-driven network management, where mechanisms (including registration, authentication, enrollment, addressing, etc.) are policy-instantiated to allow the dynamic formation of private communication layers in support of various requirements. This demo highlights RINA's inherent support for envisioned software-defined virtual networking scenarios.
     286''This demo shows how video can be efficiently multicast to many clients on demand by dynamically creating a delivery tree using ProtoRINA, our prototype of the Recursive InterNetwork Architecture (RINA).  Visit us if you are interested in future network architectures, and demand-driven network management and its application to software-defined virtual networking.''
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     288We demonstrate how video can be efficiently multicast to many clients on demand by dynamically creating a delivery tree using ProtoRINA, our prototype of the Recursive !InterNetwork Architecture (RINA). Under RINA, multicast can be enabled through a secure communication container that is dynamically formed to support video transport either through application proxies or via relay IPC processes. The former represents application-level management, while the latter represents communication layer management.  Both forms are part of RINA’s repeating management structure. RINA supports demand-driven network management, where mechanisms (including registration, authentication, enrollment, addressing, etc.) are policy-instantiated to allow the dynamic formation of private communication layers in support of various requirements. This demo highlights RINA's inherent support for envisioned software-defined virtual networking scenarios.
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    301290Participants:
     
    306295
    307296==== SDX at SoX ====
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     298''This demo shows how Software Defined Networking can be applied to the regional network exchange to improve network traffic routing based on rich policy requirements.  Visit us to learn how to use GENI to experiment with future network peering and service architectures.''
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    309300The SDX allows direct expression of flexible network policies in an Internet Exchange Point. At the SDX, ISPs can apply actions on packets based on multiple header fields. This flexibility enables applications such as inbound traffic engineering, redirection of traffic to middle boxes, wide-area server load balancing, and blocking of unwanted traffic.