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    268268  * Shu Yamamoto, shu@iii.u-tokyo.ac.jp, Univ. of Tokyo
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    270 ==== SDXs: Software Define Network Exchanges at StarLight and Partner Sites ====
    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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    273  1. Identifying the current challenges in managing SDN networks in production exchanges
    274  2. Proposals for addressing these challenges and the prototype demonstrations
    275  3. Creating virtual exchange prototypes for specialized communities: SDXs for Genomics Data
    276  4. Creating virtual exchange prototypes for specialized communities: SDXs for Cloud testbeds''
     270==== SDXs: Software Define Network Exchanges at !StarLight and Partner Sites ====
     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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     273 ''1. Identifying the current challenges in managing SDN networks in production exchanges''[[BR]]
     274 ''2. Proposals for addressing these challenges and the prototype demonstrations''[[BR]]
     275 ''3. Creating virtual exchange prototypes for specialized communities: SDXs for Genomics Data''[[BR]]
     276 ''4. Creating virtual exchange prototypes for specialized communities: SDXs for Cloud testbeds''
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    278278The 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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    285285==== Demand-driven Network Management with ProtoRINA ====
    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.''
     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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    288288We 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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    296296==== SDX at SoX ====
    297 
    298297''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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    306305''This demos shows working prototypes of Software Defined Exchanges operating in the US and Europe.  Visit us if you are interested in emerging Internet architecture and specifically in Software Defined Networks and Infrastructure.''
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    308  The Software Defined Exchange (SDX) is a recently defined concept that is motivated by the need of applications to, via software programs, dynamically acquire and control network, computation and storage resources. An SDX is a meeting place where resource owners (e.g., cloud or network operators) advertise the availability of their wares and where applications go to identify, pay for and acquire resources to support their needs. These needs may change over time, and the SDX supports such dynamic reconfiguration. In effect, the SDX allows applications to acquire a software defined “slice” of the Internet and resources that are connected to it. It is a traditional market bringing together sellers and buyers of goods. Its availability will democratize the ability of new applications to compete in a variety of markets served by different resource providers. The SDX, together with “slicing” and “software defined infrastructure,” have the potential to revolutionize the Internet and to enable an exciting new generation of applications. Of course, this very high level description belies the complex financial, policy, security and technical problems that must be overcome to fully realize the potential of the SDX. Prototype SDXs are now being established to explore and address these problems in a collaborative atmosphere.
     307The Software Defined Exchange (SDX) is a recently defined concept that is motivated by the need of applications to, via software programs, dynamically acquire and control network, computation and storage resources. An SDX is a meeting place where resource owners (e.g., cloud or network operators) advertise the availability of their wares and where applications go to identify, pay for and acquire resources to support their needs. These needs may change over time, and the SDX supports such dynamic reconfiguration. In effect, the SDX allows applications to acquire a software defined “slice” of the Internet and resources that are connected to it. It is a traditional market bringing together sellers and buyers of goods. Its availability will democratize the ability of new applications to compete in a variety of markets served by different resource providers. The SDX, together with “slicing” and “software defined infrastructure,” have the potential to revolutionize the Internet and to enable an exciting new generation of applications. Of course, this very high level description belies the complex financial, policy, security and technical problems that must be overcome to fully realize the potential of the SDX. Prototype SDXs are now being established to explore and address these problems in a collaborative atmosphere.
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    310309Participants:
     
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    362361==== Paradrop ====
    363 ''This demo shows a software platform for home wireless access point applications.  Visit us if you're interested in new services for home networks.'
     362''This demo shows a software platform for home wireless access point applications.  Visit us if you're interested in new services for home networks.''
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    365364We will demo the Paradrop Platform, which is a software platform that allows developers to launch applications onto specialized Access Points that exist in the home. This provides the ability to introduce unique control and high quality value adds onto services the end-user chooses to use in their home, including applications related to Internet of Things, high-definition media content distribution, and others. For this demo, we will showcase the Platform's ability to dynamically launch and control virtual machines that are running within the Access Point for a few specific services.