Changes between Version 51 and Version 52 of GEC22Agenda/EveningDemoSession


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    182182==== Wide-Area Monitoring of Power Systems Using DHT and GENI Cloud Computing ====
    183 *''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.  ''
     183*''This demo shows how enhanced distributed hash tables (DHTs), deployed in a distributed cloud network like GENI, can be used as a highly useful medium for real-time distributed monitoring of very large power systems using massive volumes of Synchrophasor data.  Visit us if you are interested in smart grids, distributed computing and real-time systems.''
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    185185The 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.
     
    206206
    207207==== SDN Router Security in GENI ====
    208 *''This demo explores router misconfiguration and compromise effects in an SDN environment.  Visit us to learn more about SDN security.''
     208''This demo shows consequences of compromised routers, controllers, and other systems.  Visit us if you are interested in network security.''
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    210210GENI 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?
     
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    215215==== Labwiki ====
    216 *''This demonstration shows new Labwiki experimenter workspace features.  Visit us to try Labwiki with global resources for your classes and experiments.''
     216*'' This demo shows the latest features of Labwiki, which is a workspace for experiementers to plan, prepare, orchestrate and analyse their experiments.  Visit us if you are an experimenter, researcher, testbed/aggregate operator, or user tool developer.''
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    218218This 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==== Network Function Instantiation ====
    224 ''This demo shows a new approach to network function instantiation.  Visit us to learn how to use middleboxes for programmable network functions.''
     224*''This demo shows a new approach to network function instantiation.  Visit us to learn how to use middleboxes for programmable network functions.''
    225225
    226226We 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.
     
    230230
    231231==== GENI-VIRO ====
    232 ''This demo shows progress on implementing and deploying a non-IP routing Protocol VIRO in GENI.  Visit us to learn more about routing experiments.''
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    234 This demos illustrates the current progress of our GENI-VIRO implementation using the GENI testbed. We will be using the OVS and SDN platform running on virtual machines running GENI nodes in one or multiple sites to run our current GENI-VIRO code. We will set up a virtual network over GENI connecting with a local area network to demonstrate GENI-VIRO capabilities that handle host mobility and support resilient routing.
     232*''This demo shows progress on implementing and deploying a non-IP routing Protocol VIRO in GENI.  Visit us to learn more about routing experiments.''
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     234This demo illustrates the current progress of our GENI-VIRO implementation using the GENI testbed. We will be using the OVS and SDN platform running on virtual machines running GENI nodes in one or multiple sites to run our current GENI-VIRO code. We will set up a virtual network over GENI connecting with a local area network to demonstrate GENI-VIRO capabilities that handle host mobility and support resilient routing.
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    236236Participants:
     
    243243  * Rick McGeer, rick.mcgeer@us-ignite.org, US Ignite
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    245 ==== Using the Mars Game to Teach Math ====.
     245==== Using the Mars Game to Teach Math ====
    246246''This demo shows the Mars Game prototype deployment in GENI. Visit us to learn more about digital game-based learning, education and US Ignite.''
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    287287
    288288==== Application-driven Programmable Networking by FLARE ====
    289 ''
    290 This 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.''
     289''This 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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    292291In 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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    334333==== International SDX ====
    335 ''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.''
     334''This demo 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.''
    336335
    337336The 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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    391390==== Paradrop ====
    392 ''This demo shows a software platform for home wireless access point applications.  Visit us if you're interested in new services for home networks.''
     391*''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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    394393We 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.
     
    398397
    399398==== Live Transcoding ====
    400 ''This demo shows a drone that sends live video over a WiMAX connection.  Visit us if you're interested in city testbeds and emergency services.''
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     400*''This demo shows a drone that sends live video over a WiMAX connection.  Visit us if you're interested in city testbeds and emergency services.''
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    402402The WiNGS lab is working to set up a city-wide testbed utilizing WiMAX base stations for connectivity to many client devices. This demo shows a drone we use to transcode live video we send over the WiMAX connection. We are looking at using this technology to assist emergency response vehicles with real-time updates while they are enroute.