Changes between Version 21 and Version 22 of NetworkRSpecMiniWorkshop


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06/26/09 13:31:33 (10 years ago)
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Aaron Falk
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  • NetworkRSpecMiniWorkshop

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    66== MEETING GOAL ==
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    8 Paraphrasing Larry's framework from [http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/GEC4CFWGAgenda/geni_rspec.pdf 1], the goal of this meeting is to agree on the basic semantics and syntax of a minimal statement needed to reserve connectivity resources.  I.e., this is not about discovery, capability expression, or configuration, although clearly these functions can potentially be added in the future.  Also, the goal is to provide projects that need it something they can work with **in this spiral**.  We can revise and extend later.
     8The GPO's goals for Spiral 1 are a) to demonstrate the GENI control framework and b) to demonstrate end-to-end slicing across a range of technologies.  An important demonstration of the viability of the GENI design is to be able to construct slices that cross aggregate boundaries. The goal of this meeting is to produce concrete examples and plans to answer these two questions:
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    10 == PREPARATION ==
     10  - How do network aggregates and components describe themselves via RSpec?
     11  - How are network slivers 'stitched' together to form a coherent, interconnected slice?
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    12 The GPO will prepare an initial proposal to serve as a basis for discussion.  Several folks have expressed thoughts on this topic, including Rob, Larry, Ted, Max, and Chris.  My plan is to prepare the following:[[BR]]
    13   - discussion of the requirements
    14   - analysis of the proposals
    15   - recommendation of a proposal to use as a starting point
    16   - identification of the missing pieces (i.e., work that needs to be done)
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    18 Anyone who has thoughts or cycles to contribute is welcome to collaborate, just let me know.  Individual proposals are welcome for discussion as well.
     13Near-term answers to these questions need to be deployed in the next 3 months to achieve our Spiral 1 goals so there is some urgency here.
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    2015== DETAILED AGENDA ==
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    2217|| '''9:00''' || '''[http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/NetworkRSpecMiniWorkshop/GENI%20Networks%20and%20CF%20-%20Falk%20-%2025June09.ppt Introduction]''' || Aaron Falk ||
    23 || '''Morning''' || '''How do networks represent resources?''' ||
     18|| '''Morning''' || '''How do networks represent resources?''' || ||
    2419|| || [http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/NetworkRSpecMiniWorkshop/egeni-chicago.pdf Enterprise GENI view] || Rob Sherwood ||
    2520|| || [http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/NetworkRSpecMiniWorkshop/RSpec-2009.pdf ProtoGENI CF view] || Rob Ricci ||
    26 || 10:30 || BREAK ||
     21|| 10:30 || BREAK || ||
    2722|| || [http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/NetworkRSpecMiniWorkshop/rspecs.pdf PlanetLab CF view] || Larry Peterson ||
    2823|| || [http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/NetworkRSpecMiniWorkshop/RSpec%20Workshop%20NDL.pptx NDL for RSpecs] [[BR]] [http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/NetworkRSpecMiniWorkshop/BEN-G.805.pdf BEN PoP G.805 view] [[BR]] [https://geni-orca.renci.org/owl/ BEN NDL-OWL link]|| Ilia Baldine/Yufeng Xin/Max Ott/Ivan Seskar ||
    29 || || Discussion ||
     24|| || Discussion || ||
    3025|| || Noon - 1pm || LUNCH ||
    31 ||'''Afternoon''' || '''How do networks slivers join to make slices?''' ||
     26||'''Afternoon''' || '''How do networks slivers join to make slices?''' || ||
    3227|| || [http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/NetworkRSpecMiniWorkshop/MANFRED_ChrisTracy_06-24-09.pdf MAX/DRAGON view] || Chris Tracy ||
    33 || || Other?? ||
    34 || 2:30pm || BREAK ||
     28|| || Other?? || ||
     29|| 2:30pm || BREAK || ||
    3530|| || Planning || Aaron Falk ||
    36 || 5pm || Close ||
     31|| 5pm || Close || ||
    3732
    3833== NOTES ==
     
    5449  Rob Sherwood, Enterprise GENI[[BR]]
    5550  Camilo Viecco, GMOC [[BR]]
    56   Larry Peterson, PlanetLab [[BR]]
     51  Larry Peterson, !PlanetLab [[BR]]
    5752  Jon Duerig, ProtoGENI [[BR]]
    5853  Ilia Baldine, ORCA/BEN [[BR]]
     
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    6661Travel expenses will be paid by the GPO[[BR]]
    67 Voice conference may be available
     62Voice conference available
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    70 == INVITATION ==
    71 
    72 > Folks-[[BR]] [[BR]]
    73 >
    74 > Following up from post-GEC4 discussions, I'd like to propose a gathering of interested parties to agree on a Spiral 1 approach for network resource description.  The DTunnels project is hitting this topic now and others will (or should) very soon.  GENI prototyping projects are providing network resources using varied abstractions, some as topologies and others as individual links; both may be L1, L2 (true or tunneled), or L3 (true or tunneled).  While each of these network abstractions have differences in their description, they share a common need of expressing connectivity.  A key GENI capability is to interconnect networks so it is useful to encourage (but not require) early commonality in how network resources are described.[[BR]] [[BR]]
    75 >
    76 > Note that there is a clear emphasis on wired networks here.  Wireless networks share these issues but in Spiral 1 let's try to nail the low-hanging fruit.  [[BR]] [[BR]]
    77 >
    78 > Details are below.   Rob Ricci has generously agreed to host this meeting, so we'll be in Salt Lake City.  (Thanks, Rob!)  Please complete the scheduling Doodle right away, as we need to set to the date quickly to identify the hotel and finalize the logistics.  I do hope you can make it. [[BR]] [[BR]]
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    80 > Best regards,[[BR]] [[BR]]
    81 >
    82 > --aaron
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