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    414414==== Cloud Services Enhancements Through Application Specific Routing in !MobilityFirst FIA  ====
    415 *''This demo aims to showcase how the name based network virtualization techniques implemented on top of the Future Internet Architecture !MobilityFirst can enhance the performance of replicated cloud services.  Visit us if you are network and distributed systems researchers or service providers.''
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    417 Modern cloud services are usually geo-replicated across different geographic locations to service a geographically distributed user population. Given a geo-replicated service with replicas in different cloud locations, we exploit the characteristics of the name based Future Internet Architecture !MobilityFirst to enhance the performance of these services and distribute the service load across different replicas. These enhancements are achived through the use of Application Specific Routing, a technique that uses network virtualization to apply application specific requirements to the routing logic. In this demo we will apply these concepts to a use case scenario using our prototype that run host and network resources on GENI (Rack nodes, I2 supported multi-site VLAN using AL2S, etc).
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    419 More information on !MobilityFirst FIA project can be found at http://mobilityfirst.winlab.rutgers.edu
     415''This demo showcases how the name based network virtualization techniques implemented on top of the Future Internet Architecture !MobilityFirst can enhance the performance of replicated cloud services.  Visit us if you are a network and distributed systems researcher or service provider.''
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     417Modern cloud services are usually geo-replicated across different geographic locations to service a geographically distributed user population. Given a geo-replicated service with replicas in different cloud locations, we exploit the characteristics of the name based Future Internet Architecture !MobilityFirst to enhance the performance of these services and distribute the service load across different replicas. These enhancements are achived through the use of Application Specific Routing, a technique that uses network virtualization to apply application specific requirements to the routing logic. In this demo, we will apply these concepts to a use case scenario using our prototype that runs host and network resources on GENI (Rack nodes, Internet2 supported multi-site VLAN using AL2S, etc.).
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     419More information on the !MobilityFirst FIA project can be found at http://mobilityfirst.winlab.rutgers.edu
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    427427==== MFTP: !MobilityFirst Transport Protocol Implementation ====
    428 *''This demo will showcase the implementation of the !MobilityFirst Transport Protocol (MFTP).  Visit us if you are network and distributed systems researchers or service providers.''
     428*''This demo showcases implementation of the !MobilityFirst Transport Protocol (MFTP).  Visit us if you are a network and distributed systems researcher or service provider.''
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    430430We present the design of clean-slate transport layer protocols for the !MobilityFirst (MF) future Internet architecture based on the concept of named objects.
     
    436436  iv. scalable multicast delivery mechanisms.
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    438 In the demo a prototype of the proposed MFTP protocol is compared with TCP/IP showcasing the performance gains that can be achieved.
     438In the demo, a prototype of the proposed MFTP protocol is compared with TCP/IP, showcasing the performance gains that can be achieved.
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    447447==== Edge Aware Inter-domain Routing (EIR) Designed for !MobilityFirst FIA ====
    448 *''This demo shows a working prototype of the Inter-domain Routing protocol designed for the Future Internet Architecture project !MobilityFirst.  Visit us if you are network and distributed systems researchers or service providers.''
     448''This demo shows a working prototype of the Inter-domain Routing protocol designed for the Future Internet Architecture project !MobilityFirst.  Visit us if you are a network and distributed systems researcher or service provider.''
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    450450In this demo we will highlight, the key features of Edge Aware Inter-domain Routing (EIR) used in the !MobilityFirst Future Internet Architecture. EIR provides enhanced information about network topology and edge network properties through aggregated nodes (aNodes) and virtual links (vLinks) that enables ASes to optionally expose internal network topology and path quality metrics. Network state is disseminated through a telescopic link state protocol. Further, EIR is designed to work in conjunction with late binding of names to addresses and in-network storage in order to provide robust services in environments with dynamic mobility and disconnection.
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    452 More information on !MobilityFirst FIA project can be found at  http://mobilityfirst.winlab.rutgers.edu
     452More information on the !MobilityFirst FIA project can be found at  http://mobilityfirst.winlab.rutgers.edu
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    454454Participants: