Deskribapena: With NFV, a large number of potential NFV infrastructure solutions are being proposed. Different sets of HW and SW solutions stacks are helping NFV to mature and to formulate answers to the many requirements of modern networks. In selecting VNF infrastructure solutions, one of the key aspects is dataplane performance of such an NFV infrastructure. In this talk, we are proposing a practical approach on how dataplane performance of an NFV infrastructure can be characterized: a well-defined set of use cases together with a set of open source tools (available on 01.org) to automatically generate reports. These reports can then be used to perform apples-to-apples comparisons of different NFV infrastructures.
Posters and Demonstrations - Chaired by Jon Matías (UPV/EHU, Spain)
Deskribapena: Lightning Talks: The Runos OpenFlow Controller by Alexander Shalimov, Sergey Nizovtsev, Danila Morkovnik and Ruslan Smeliansky // On the Security of Software-Defined Networks by Abhinandan S Prasad, David Koll and Xiaoming Fu // Towards a Method for end-to-end SDN App Development by Christian Stritzke, Claudia Priesterjahn and Pedro Aranda Gutiérrez // Concept and Design of SDN-enhanced MPI Framework by
Keichi Takahashi, Dashdavaa Khureltulga, Baatarsuren Munkhdorj, Yoshiyuki Kido, Susumu Date, Hiroaki Yamanaka, Eiji Kawai and Shinji Shimojo // Traffic Engineering with Segment Routing: SDN-based Architectural Design and Open Source Implementation by Luca Davoli, Luca Veltri, Pier Luigi Ventre, Giuseppe Siracusano and Stefano Salsano // GÉANT Testbed Service External Domain Ports: A demo on multiple domain connectivity by Fabio Farina, Susanne Naegele-Jackson, Jerry Sobieski, Kim Kramaric, Michal Hazlinsky and Blazej Pietrzak // Monitoring Transport and Cloud for Network Functions Virtualization by Farnaz Moradi, Bertrand Pechenot and Jonas Mårtensson // TableVisor: An Emulation Layer for Multi-Table OpenFlow Switches by Steffen Gebert, Michael Jarschel, Stefan Herrnleben, Thomas Zinner and Phuoc Tran-Gia // DynPaC: a path computation framework for SDN by Alaitz Mendiola, Jasone Astorga, Eduardo Jacob, Marivi Higuero, Victor Fuentes and Aitor Urtasun // A virtual Service Provider for SOHO networks by Damien Saucez, Dino Farinacci, Luigi Iannone and Wassim Haddad // Mantoo - a set of management tools for controlling SDN experiments by Stefano Salsano, Pier Luigi Ventre, Francesco Lombardo, Giuseppe Siracusano, Matteo Gerola, Elio Salvadori, Michele Santuari, Mauro Campanella and Luca Prete // SDN and NFV in telecommunication network migration by Hagen Woesner and David Vermeiren
Technical Partner Lightning Talks: Unifying the Orchestration of Cloud and Network Resources: a Proof-of-Concept Prototype by Balázs Sonkoly, János Czentye, Róbert Szabó, Dávid Jocha, János Elek, Sahel Sahhaf, Wouter Tavernier and Fulvio Risso // QoS enriched Service Graph deployment over Optical access networks by Jon Matias, Jokin Garay, Victor Fuentes and Eduardo Jacob // Long Distance High Quality Media Transmission over FELIX Infrastructure by Łukasz Ogrodowczyk and Gino Carrozzo
Curt Beckmann (Brocade / Chair of the ONF’s Open Datapath Working Group)
Deskribapena: The SDN movement is based on abstracting the data plane to allow device-independent control. The 1.0 version of OpenFlow provided a basis for decoupling in simple situations. But establishing a common interoperable interface for device abstraction has proven more difficult for complex networking using the simple OpenFlow framework. A new richer model-driven framework that describes forwarding behavior in OpenFlow terms promises to bring practical device independence to complex networking. This talk will describe the framework, some challenges, and recent progress at the ONF and in OpenDaylight.