Changes between Version 49 and Version 50 of GEC22Agenda/EveningDemoSession


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    174174==== Virtual Computer Networks Lab ====
    175 *''This demo shows how to use GENI testbeds in the classroom.  Visit us to try new assignments for Computer Science undergraduates.''
     175*''This demo shows two new assignments for using GENI in the classroom.  Visit us if you are interested in using GENI for education.''
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    177177In this demo, we will present two new assignments that can be executed on top of GENI testbeds and used as assignments for an undergraduate Computer Networks or Distributed Systems class. The first assignment lets students implement and test a data center load balancer, while the second assignment introduces the basics of multicast.
     
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    198198==== A High Level Rule-based Language for OpenFlow ====
    199 *''This demo explains a new language for SDN network control.  Visit us to see how to make SDN network management easier for adminstrators and engineers.''
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    201 This demo presents a new high level language based on XML notation to describe network control rules in Software Defined Network (SDN) environments. As a result of this abstraction, complicated language- and framework-specific APIs will be separated from policy descriptions in SDNs. Therefore, network administrators or engineers will not be involved with low-level APIs or language syntax. Instead they can define control policies without being concerned with the complexities of the underlying controller framework. Indeed, this will make software-defined networking easier and more attractive for network administrators.
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     200This poster presents a new high level language based on XML notation to describe network control rules in Software Defined Network (SDN) environments. As a result of this abstraction, complicated language- and framework-specific APIs will be separated from policy descriptions in SDNs. Therefore, network administrators or engineers will not be involved with low-level APIs or language syntax. Instead they can define control policies without being concerned with the complexities of the underlying controller framework. Indeed, this will make software-defined networking easier and more attractive for network administrators.
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    203202Participants: