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1 Hallmarks of the Impending Internet Revolution Glenn Ricart Founder & CTO, US Ignite

2 2 Who is Glenn Ricart?

3 Public-private partnership 501(c)(3)

4 60 Next-Gen Applications 200 Community Test Beds Coordinate Best Practices 4 Our Goals Infrastructure Next-Gen Applications Economic Leadership

5 5 Research and Education Networks Network Operators Equipment Manufacturers Foundations & Nonprofits Municipalities

6 Next-Gen Infrastructure Virtualization / SDN Local Cloud (Locavore) Responsive and divisible gigabit to end user Infrastructure Next-Gen Applications Economic Leadership

7 7 June 24-26, Chicago Demos of applications developed through NSF grants, Mozilla-Ignite Challenge, Industry Partner labs

8 Ignore this – for Glenn only Leave it in; I’ll remove it later 1. Locavore services Research AOL local datacenters Symmetric gigabit to the end user Local clouds – latency loads a web page faster than bandwidth (spdy:// demo) 2. Separation of control and data planes Improves security End-to-end optimization 3.Virtualization (Network Function Virtualization) 4.Flows Route flows, not packets Simply packets Return focus to layer 2 (Ethernet) 5.Latency instead of bandwidth 5.Locavore 6.Deploy customized networks on demand (virtualization); each network is simpler

9 Today More bandwidth is better: “gimme a gig” It belongs in a massive datacenter “cloud” With a big enough pipe, my Internet traffic won’t conflict Tomorrow More responsive is better: I’m a locavore The cloud comes to you to be more responsive Multiple, dynamic, virtual pipes are “purpose-built” per application 9

10 10 Ricart experiment; bandwidth based on speedtest.net; 23% page load performance improvement on finance.yahoo.com picking different stocks; conducted 5/20/2013 Mbps as measured by speedtest.net Web page loads per second

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12 12 1 <1 ms <1 ms <1 ms ms 23 ms 28 ms ms 9 ms 9 ms te-5-3-ur08.saltlakecity.ut.utah.comcast.net [ ] 4 15 ms 11 ms 11 ms te-7-4-ar02.saltlakecity.ut.utah.comcast.net [ ] 5 28 ms 23 ms 23 ms pos cr01.denver.co.ibone.comcast.net [ ] 6 25 ms 20 ms 20 ms ms 64 ms 67 ms vlan52.ebr2.Denver1.Level3.net [ ] 8 65 ms 64 ms 64 ms ae-3-3.ebr1.Chicago2.Level3.net [ ] 9 65 ms 64 ms 65 ms ae ebr2.Chicago2.Level3.net [ ] ms 65 ms 65 ms ae-6-6.ebr2.Washington12.Level3.net [ ] ms 64 ms 65 ms ae-5-5.ebr2.Washington1.Level3.net [ ] ms 64 ms 91 ms ae csw3.Washington1.Level3.net [ ] ms 67 ms 65 ms ae-3-80.edge2.Washington1.Level3.net [ ] ms 63 ms 64 ms YAHOO-INC.edge2.Washington1.Level3.net [ ] ms 71 ms 63 ms xe msr1.ac2.yahoo.com [ ] ms 63 ms 67 ms xe clr3.ac4.yahoo.com [ ] ms 66 ms 71 ms gi-1-44.bas-n1.ac4.yahoo.com [ ] ms 65 ms 80 ms mcsl2.finance.vip.ac4.yahoo.net [ ]

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14 14 Microsoft Research MSR-TR

15 15 Microsoft Research MSR-TR

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17 17 Local Cloud -or- Locavore Computing

18 18 Local Cloud -or- Locavore Computing AOL MicroDatacenter

19 19 Mike Manos, CTO of AOL Services: "We expect that MDCs will enable us to roll out five times the amount of total compute capacity in less than 10% of the cost and physical footprint of a traditional data center based deployment.”

20 20 Local Cloud -or- Locavore Computing

21 21 Local Cloud -or- Locavore Computing Federated Local Clouds

22 Today More bandwidth is better: “gimme a gig” It belongs in a massive datacenter “cloud” With a big enough pipe, my Internet traffic won’t conflict Tomorrow More responsive is better: I’m a locavore The cloud comes to you to be more responsive Multiple, dynamic, virtual pipes are “purpose-built” per application 22

23 Today More bandwidth is better: “gimme a gig” It belongs in a massive datacenter “cloud” With a big enough pipe, my Internet traffic won’t conflict Tomorrow More responsive is better: I’m a locavore The cloud comes to you to be more responsive Multiple, dynamic, virtual pipes are “purpose-built” per application 23

24 At My House 24

25 Tragedy of the Commons Today’s Internet only works well because utilization is so low -Comcast: using > 4% is “excessive” -Verizon Wireless: slows your data at >0.03%* Cheating is rampant Vidyo, Jabber, OpenClove * of 3G data on an unlimited plan as a long-term average

26 WWDD? 26

27 Go Virtual Virtual server per application Server configuration matched to app Allocate as needed dynamically More fault resilient Easy to bill the server to the application Incremental cost model increases $$$ 27

28 Go Virtual Virtual network per application Network configuration matched to app Allocate as needed dynamically More fault resilient Easy to bill the net to the application Incremental cost model increases $$$ 28

29 Ordinary Internet Privacy + Provisioned on demand Tele-health Video Privacy + Provisioned on demand Public Safety Community Wifi Public Safety High quality + Low cost Interactive Online Education High quality + Low cost Reliability Dialysis Control Reliability Network Function Virtualization

30 Today More bandwidth is better: “gimme a gig” It belongs in a massive datacenter “cloud” With a big enough pipe, my Internet traffic won’t conflict Tomorrow More responsive is better: I’m a locavore The cloud comes to you to be more responsive Multiple, dynamic, virtual pipes are “purpose-built” per application 30

31 Today More bandwidth is better: “gimme a gig” It belongs in a massive datacenter “cloud” With a big enough pipe, my Internet traffic won’t conflict Tomorrow More responsive is better: I’m a locavore The cloud comes to you to be more responsive Multiple, dynamic, virtual pipes are “purpose-built” per application 31

32 Next-Gen Infrastructure Virtualization / SDN Local Cloud (Locavore) Responsive and divisible gigabit to end user Infrastructure Next-Gen Applications Economic Leadership

33 33 June 24-26, Chicago Demos of applications developed through NSF grants, Mozilla-Ignite Challenge, Industry Partner labs

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35 Glenn Ricart Founder & CTO, US Ignite

36 36 US Ignite Ecosystem

37 Revolutionary Forces “Designing down” applications to fit ISP pricing / usage trap Growing gap between R&E & commercial Big data Open data Spectrum limitations Software-defined networking and NFV Google

38 Chicken and Egg Apps must assume today’s Internet - Work to fit within today’s bandwidths -Must work even with today’s latency Infrastructure players say there are no apps that need more responsiveness US Ignite exists to break this deadlock

39 An Internet of Immersive Experience Bandwidth and latency both count Make higher utilization work well Get it closer (fewer hops) Close network servers are faster than you are Explicit traffic management (instead of implicit based on DPI)


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