Changes between Version 7 and Version 8 of MAX-GENI-SDX


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    36      This demonstration showed 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.  The demonstration poster is located here: [wiki:"MAX-GENI-SDX" "GEC 24 GENI Enabled SDX Poster"][[BR]]
     36     This demonstration showed 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. [[BR]][[BR]]The demonstration poster is located here: [[BR]]GEC24 Poster - GENI Enabled WIX SDX (http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/MAX-GENI-SDX/2016-03-8-geni-sdx-poster-v3.pdf)
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    41 GEC24 Poster - GENI Enabled WIX SDX (http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/MAX-GENI-SDX/2016-03-8-geni-sdx-poster-v3.pdf)
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    4741   * Global Experimentation for Future Internet (GEFI) Workshop[[BR]]April 18-21 2016[[BR]]Brussels, Belgium
     42      * Organized and acted as co-chair for a session on  "Federation, software defined infrastructure, testbeds and connectivity".[[BR]] Presented on "Washington International Exchange (WIX)  as a Software Defined Exchange (SDX)".  This presentation provided an overview of the WIX SDX, the MAX GENI AM, and AWS integration.  The presented slides are available here:[[BR]][[BR]]
     43      * Presented during the session "Cloud and big data" on "Hybrid Cloud Services Software Defined ScienceDMZ".  This presentation provided an overview and a vision for Software Define ScienceDMZ architecture and services with GENI AM access.  The presented slides are available here:[[BR]][[BR]]
     44      * Presented at the co-located !NetFutures 2016 Conference on "Software Defined Exchange (SDX): Vision, Development, Collaboration".  This presentation discussed a vision for an ecosystem of distributed SDXs and Software Define ScienceDMZs to provide a service innovation marketplace.  The presented slides are available here:[[BR]][[BR]]
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