Changes between Version 27 and Version 28 of GEC24Agenda/EveningDemoSession


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02/25/16 14:39:06 (7 years ago)
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hdempsey@bbn.com
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    283283==== GENI Enabled Software Defined Exchange (SDX) ====
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    285 This demonstration will show a very early prototype for a GENI enabled Software Defined Exchange (SDX) which utilizes Network Service Interface (NSI) for network element control, and includes public cloud resources from Amazon Web Services (AWS) as part of GENI Stitched topologies. The work demonstrated here is driven by a vision for future R&E cyberinfrastructure that consists of an ecosystem of ad hoc and dynamically federated Software Defined Exchanges (SDXs) and Software Defined ScienceDMZs services. GENI technologies are leveraged in the form of the MAX Aggregate Manager which utilizes the GENI Rack Aggregate Manager (GRAM) software for GENI Federation functions. This MAX/GRAM AM utilizes the Open Grid Forum (OGF) NSI protocol to provision services across the network elements within the Washington International Exchange (WIX) located in McLean, Virginia and the MAX Regional Network.
     285This demonstration will show a very early prototype for a GENI enabled Software Defined Exchange (SDX) which utilizes Network Service Interface (NSI) for network element control, and includes public cloud resources from Amazon Web Services (AWS) as part of GENI Stitched topologies. The work demonstrated here is driven by a vision for future R&E cyberinfrastructure that consists of an ecosystem of ad hoc and dynamically federated Software Defined Exchanges (SDXs) and Software Defined ScienceDMZs services. GENI technologies are leveraged in the form of the MAX Aggregate Manager which utilizes the GENI Rack Aggregate Manager (GRAM) software for GENI Federation functions. This MAX/GRAM AM utilizes the Open Grid Forum (OGF) NSI protocol to provision services across the network elements within the Washington International Exchange (WIX) located in !McLean, Virginia and the MAX Regional Network.
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    311311==== GpENI, KanREN, US Ignite Future Internet Testbed & Experiments ====
    312 Our demo is an interactive visualization system that shows how a given SDN enabled network behaves in the presence of area-based challenges. Our visualization system consists of a Google Map front-end hosted on a server that also enables event based communication between the front-end and the challenged network. The challenges are determined by the user using a real-time editable polygon. The visualization system shows real-time performance parameters from physical experiments defined by the user and carried out using our KanREN OpenFlow testbed. When the challenge is applied on the map, the nodes in the polygon are removed from the underlying OpenFlow network topology and appropriate measures taken to ensure minimal disruption. As performance metrics, we present the real-time packet delivery ratio as well as throughput for the TCP and UDP based application traffic used in the experiments. Furthermore, we have more recently focused on extensive enhancements to the Google map interface by including controls that allow the user detailed control on the state of the experiments and their varied configuration. We have also working on adding support for Mininet based experiments that would also the user to run OpenFlow based experiments on various topologies that are currently part of KU-TopView, a database of topology data from real physical and logical networks.
     312Our demo is an interactive visualization system that shows how a given SDN enabled network behaves in the presence of area-based challenges. Our visualization system consists of a Google Map front-end hosted on a server that also enables event based communication between the front-end and the challenged network. The challenges are determined by the user using a real-time editable polygon. The visualization system shows real-time performance parameters from physical experiments defined by the user and carried out using our KanREN OpenFlow testbed. When the challenge is applied on the map, the nodes in the polygon are removed from the underlying OpenFlow network topology and appropriate measures taken to ensure minimal disruption. As performance metrics, we present the real-time packet delivery ratio as well as throughput for the TCP and UDP based application traffic used in the experiments. Furthermore, we have more recently focused on extensive enhancements to the Google map interface by including controls that allow the user detailed control on the state of the experiments and their varied configuration. We have also working on adding support for Mininet based experiments that would also the user to run OpenFlow based experiments on various topologies that are currently part of !KU-TopView, a database of topology data from real physical and logical networks.
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