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1 Business Model Concepts for Dynamically Provisioned Optical Networks Tal Lavian DWDM RAM DWDM RAM Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency BUSINESS WITHOUT BOUNDARIES

2 Application Profile A – Lightweight users, browsing, mailing, home use B – Current business applications, multicast, streaming, VPNs, mostly LAN C – Emerging business, government, industry & scientific applications, data grids, virtual-presence Network Profile A – Internet routing, one to many B – VPN services on/and full Internet routing, several to several C – Very fat pipes (both full and non-full period services), limited multiple Virtual Organizations, few to few User/Bandwidth Profile BW requirements # of users A ADSL C A B GE SASA SBSB SCSC chart courtesy of Cees de Laat, University of Amsterdam

3 Dynamic Wave Provisioning Service Business Models Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery –Remote file storage/back-up –Recovery after equipment or path failure –Alternate site operations after disaster Storage and Data on Demand –Rapid expansion of NAS capacity –Archival storage and retrievals –Logistical networking – pre-fetch and cache Financial Community and Transaction GRIDs –Distributed computation and storage –Shared very high bandwidth network –Pay-for-use utility computing

4 100s of transactions per second Remote storage / processing location Dynamically provisioned carrier or large enterprise network – switched lambdas and sub-lambdas Core network is a shared resource SLAs for graduated performance Fixed time slots − Lambdas & sub-lambdas Dynamically allocated

5 Transaction GRID Demonstration Real-time transactions –Collected, initially processed, buffered at primary collection site Periodic transfer to secondary/remote site –Secondary/batch processing –Computationally intensive Fixed timeslot dynamic lambda provisioning High bandwidth/low holding time connection provides periodically scheduled, shared use path between collection and remote sites.

6 Sheridan PP8600 Federal PP x GE Taylor 10GE ( 1) 10GE ( 2) 7.2 km 6.7 km 10.3 km Lakeshore 10GE ( 3) 24.9 km 24.1 km Photonic Switch OMNInet PP8600 McCormick Place Demo Display Station LakeShoreHost ( /26) SheridanHost1 ( /26) SheridanHost2 ( /26) FederalHost ( / 26) GRIDBRICK Media Converter/ Local Sw/hub Logical Demo Layout 100 Mbps ControlHost ( /24) NRM ( /24) ODIN ( /24) DemoReceiver1 DemoReceiver2 DemoSender1 DemoSender2 DemoControl nrm odinserver DemoGUI

7 BIGBANK Records/second: 16K records/second Record size: 4 KB Queue Load: 1,245,726 records 4,982,904,000 bytes Queue Fill rate: 64 Mbytes/sec Next Sched. Queue Delivery: 2:35 pm Delivery countdown: 33 sec Burst duration: 150 sec Last burst throughput: 610 Mbps Accumulation period: constant Stocks-R-Us Records/second: 14K records/second Record size: 2 KB Queue Load: 70 records 140,000 bytes Queue Fill rate: 28 Mbytes/sec Next Sched. Queue Delivery: IN PROCESS Delivery countdown: IN PROCESS Burst duration: 90 sec Last burst throughput: 580 Mbps Accumulation period: constant Dynamically Provisioned Lambda Mesh POP Carrier StartStop

8 Transaction Demonstration Time Line Time (min:sec) Event Customer #1Customer #2 - 0:35Allocate path 0:00Start burst transfer (150 sec) 2:30Stop burst & de-allocate path 5:25Allocate path 6:00Start burst transfer (150 sec) 8:30Stop burst & de-allocate path 8:55Allocate path 9:30Start burst transfer (90 sec) 11:00Stop burst & de-allocate path 11:25Allocate path 2:55Allocate path 3:30Start burst transfer (90 sec) 5:00Stop burst & de-allocate path

9 allocate path de-allocate path #1 Transfer Customer #1 Transaction Accumulation #1 Transfer Customer #2 Transaction Accumulation Transaction Demonstration Time Line 6 minute cycle time time (sec)  #2 Transfer

10 Foundation Technology

11 DWDM-RAM Architecture Data Center 1 n 1 n Data Center Data-Intensive Applications Network Resource Scheduler Network Resource Service Data Handler Service Information Service Application Middleware Layer Network Resource Middleware Layer Connectivity and Fabric Layers  OGSI-ification API NRS Grid Service API DTS API Optical path control Data Transfer Service Dynamic Lambda, Optical Burst, etc., Grid services Basic Network Resource Service

12 0.5s174s 9. ODIN Server Processing 10. File transfer complete, path released 1. File transferrequest 8. Path Deallocation request 7. Data Transfer (20 GB) 4. Path ID returned 3. ODIN Server Processing 2. Path Allocation request 5. Network reconfiguration 6. Transport setup End-to-end Transfer Time (Un-optimized) 20GB File Transfer Set up: 29.7s Transfer: 174s Tear down: 11.3s Transfer rate: 920Mb/sEffective rate:744Mb/s 3.6s0.5s0.3s11s25s0.14s GigE - L2 Switch - 10GE - switched lambdas For a 200GB file: Transfer rate:920Mb/sEffective rate: 898Mb/s

13 20GB File Transfer

14 10/100/ GIGE 10 GE To Ca*Net 4 Lake Shore Photonic Node S. Federal Photonic Node W Taylor Sheridan Photonic Node 10/100/ GIGE 10/100/ GIGE 10/100/ GIGE 10 GE Optera Gb/s TSPR Photonic Node  10 GE PP 8600        Optera Gb/s TSPR 10 GE Optera Gb/s TSPR     Optera Gb/s TSPR     1310 nm 10 GbE WAN PHY interfaces 10 GE PP 8600 … EVL/UIC OM5200 LAC/UIC OM5200 StarLight Interconnect with other research networks 10GE LAN PHY (July 04) TECH/NU OM Optera Metro 5200 OFA #5 – 24 km #6 – 24 km #2 – 10.3 km #4 – 7.2 km #9 – 5.3 km 5200 OFA Optera 5200 OFA 5200 OFA OMNInet 8x8x8 Scalable photonic switch Trunk side – 10G DWDM OFA on all trunks Grid Clusters Grid Storage 10 #8 – 6.7 km PP 8600 PP 8600


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