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NMC-WG Session 2 October 28 th 2010, OGF 30 Jason Zurawski – Internet2 Roman Lapacz – PSNC/GÉANT3
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Circuit Monitoring Other Topics – Advertising Capabilities? – Streaming? – Other? 3 – 10/11/2014, © 2010 Internet2 Overview
Idea: – Monitoring dynamic circuit networks Approach: – Idea 1: Constant monitoring of the devices – feedback from the network control software to tie performance metrics to specific circuit lifetimes/locations – Idea 2: On demand monitoring – tight feedback loop from the network control software to the monitoring Requirements: – Use of the same protocols for communication (NMC) – Use of the same protocols for data representation (NM) – Use of the same protocols for topology descriptions (NML) First use of NML schemas in production?(!) 4 – 10/11/2014, © 2010 Internet2 Circuit Monitoring
Current Status: – Working in the DICE consortium (Dante Internet2 ESnet (Caltech|Canarie) to define requirements – Architecture: pS MDM has a proposal pS PS has a proposal Proposed approaches have some differences, need to find common ground on at least: – Protocols/Data/Topology Descriptions – Role of the Information Services (LS/TS) – “What is important about a circuit” – Descriptors/IDs etc. 5 – 10/11/2014, © 2010 Internet2 Circuit Monitoring
Storage – Use the NM formats (of course!) Communication – Use NMC protocols (of course!) Topology – Use NML (hopefully!) – IDC (OSCARS/ION) Representation of Topology ‘close’ to NML, needs upgrades – AutoBAHN representation of topology Not really close to NML (very specific use cases) Internal vs External topo (problems in presenting data in either case) – What to do? Could either Circuit System change? Probably not… Conversions? Different ways of presenting the data? 6 – 10/11/2014, © 2010 Internet2 Protocols/Data/Topology
Both Projects – hLS/gLS Abstraction Topology Service – Differs by projects – cNIS Not implemented as pS originally Want to use this to store passwords/configuration information – pSPS TS Uses old (*old*) version of NM/NML topology Simple add/query/delete (like LS) Idea – Re-define the roles of LS/TS? 7 – 10/11/2014, © 2010 Internet2 Role of the TS/LS
ID(s) – GLIF Style – Other Styles Name(s) – Depends on the domain, or fall baclk to ID Descriptive Info – Domain specific – should still be able to find/read (with proper permissions) Lifetimes – when did we start/end Components (if applicable) 8 – 10/11/2014, © 2010 Internet2 What is important about a Circuit?
See other venues for how to construct … not going to redefine that Ideas: – Need to be able to tie an ID to real set of information – Need to be able to get the id of the circuit (and possible circuit information) from each domain Use of the same type everywhere? – Hard – IDC vs AutoBAHN have different types Different types + Mechanical trasnlation – Will work, service to do so? – LS? TS? MA? 9 – 10/11/2014, © 2010 Internet2 IDs
Main idea: Changing the way that services advertise what they can do to the IS infrastructure From the last call: – serviceType needs to be fixed(?) Still used, but change the structure of what the types look like Standards? Still need for backwards compat. for pS Services – Services should not just have ‘types’, should be advertising capabilities E.g. I can ‘perform’ measurements of metric ‘x’ Advertise the protocol that a services speaks (e.g. MP protocol) – Message Types Advertise the metrics (already done via eventTypes, be consistent though…) – Role of keywords (tied to data, tied to service, both?) Implications of changes? Next Steps? 10 – 10/11/2014, © 2010 Internet2 Advertising Capabilities
Main idea: XML may not be the best medium to transfer large amounts of data. Have an NMC message to set up a streaming exchange? – Attempts from HADES (others?) in the past – Not standard – Proposal: Message sets up the ‘data channel’ specifics between the parties. Stop/Start messages? External channel is up to the parties or does that need to still be regulated by NMC (probably). Ideas/Discussion? 11 – 10/11/2014, © 2010 Internet2 Streaming
? 12 – 10/11/2014, © 2010 Internet2 Others?
NMC-WG Session 2 October 28 th 2010, OGF 30 Jason Zurawski – Internet2 Roman Lapacz – PSNC/GÉANT3 For more information, visit https://forge.gridforum.org/projects/nmc-wghttps://forge.gridforum.org/projects/nmc-wg 13 – 10/11/2014, © 2010 Internet2
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