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1 Integrating BEN to ORCA Ilia Baldine Renaissance Computing Institute

2 BEN Overview Metro-scale dark-fiber facility 4 PoPs on campuses (UNC-CH, Duke, NCSU) and RENCI Power/space/cooling at each PoP (3 racks) Out-of-band management network Remote power management

3 BEN Overview

4 BEN Substrate Each PoP is equipped with –Polatis fiber switch –Infinera DTN (DWDM) –Cisco 6509 –Blades for VM instatiation

5 Nascent Active Ticketed Active Joining Active ExtendingActiveClosed Extending request ticket return ticket redeem ticket close handshake Site policy assigns concrete resources to match ticket. Initialize resources when lease begins (e.g., install nodes). Broker policy selects resource types and sites, and sizes unit quantities. return lease update lease update ticket request ticket extend request lease extend Guest uses resources. Resources join guest application. original lease term Service Manager Broker Site Authority Teardown/reclaim resources after lease expires, or on guest-initiated close. Reservation may change size (“flex”) on extend. Guest may continue to extend lease by mutual agreement. form resource request Time Priming Ticketed Lease State Machine

6 BEN Horizontal View

7 BEN Vertical View

8 BEN VLAN Slice view

9 BEN Slicing Future steps Add drivers for –Polatis fiber switches –DTN platforms GMPLS (need to peek at TED) Explicit setup Use NDL for substrate description and slice specification –Replace ORCA resource model with ontology-based one Add cross-layer path validation and then computation VM substrate –Eucalyptus/EC2 –VMWare

10 BEN Future Horizontal View

11 BEN Future Vertical View


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