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1 Applications of the Future September 14, 2014

2 2 1.What is US Ignite? 2.US Ignite Testbeds 3.Applications 4.Application Federation

3 WHAT IS US IGNITE? 3

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

5 ONF US Ignite Nonprofit NIST Global City Teams (Partly managed by US Ignite Nonprofit) Developers Cities / testbeds Corporate Partners Internet2 MOU Partners to US Ignite Nonprofit Code for America Nat’l Day of Civic Hacking

6 Tom Kalil Nick Maynard OSTP-White House US Ignite Initiative NSF NCO/NITRD ONF US Ignite Nonprofit Mozilla Ignite Congress (funding) NIST Global City Teams (Partly managed by US Ignite Nonprofit) NSF NIJ Dept. of Education Dept. of Energy Health Human Services Dept. of Defense Other agencies Developers Cities / testbeds Corporate Partners GENI (technology) CloudLab (NSF Cloud) (Applications support by US Ignite Nonprofit) Agencies being asked to join the initiative Internet2 MOU Partners to US Ignite Nonprofit US Ignite is only one program within the organizations and agencies shown Code for America Nat’l Day of Civic Hacking

7 60 next-generation applications 200 community test beds Coordinate best practices 7 OUR GOALS Infrastructure Next-Gen Applications Economic Leadership

8 8 Current Partners

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11 Typical App Characteristics Real-time (apparently instantaneous) Very low latency Reliable (no hiccups) Cyberphysical interactions Big data to the end user / anchor institution Visual data exploration (“fly-through”) Collaborative (in the moment) Distributed 11

12 US IGNITE TESTBEDS 12

13 Limitations Limited bandwidth Unpredictable response time Dropped packets One big flat Internet 13

14 Limitations Limited bandwidth Unpredictable response time Dropped packets One big flat Internet 14

15 Today’s Infrastructure Mbps Home or Small Business TELCO

16 Plus FTTH 16 Gig Home or Small Business TELCO

17 50 ms ½ sec 5 sec 1 min 10 min 100 min 16 hrs 1 week 10 weeks 2 years KB MB GB TB PB 1 Gbps Commercially Available Terra Incognita 10 Mbps 100 Gbps Mobile data caps Wired data caps Web page Netflix movie Locavore Gigabit benefits Online backup

18 Plus NFV 18 Gig Home or Small Business TELCO

19 The Local Part 19 Gig Home or Small Business TELCO

20 Locavore Infrastructure 20 Gig Home or Small Business Definition of LOCAVORE one who eats foods grown locally whenever possiblelocally (from Miriam-Webster) TELCO

21 Upstream: SDN 21 SDN Controllers orchestrate the path

22 Limitations Limited bandwidth Unpredictable response time Dropped packets One big flat Internet 22

23 Limitations Limited bandwidth Unpredictable response time Dropped packets One big flat Internet 23 Locavore + Upstream SDN

24 Limitations Limited bandwidth Unpredictable response time Dropped packets One big flat Internet –Security and privacy issues: impersonation, DNS hacks, man-in-the-middle, route poisoning, …. –Performance issues 24 Locavore + Upstream SDN

25 Customized Virtualization 25 Susan’s Medical Remote surgery Ordinary Internet Virtual Physical

26 Limitations Limited bandwidth Unpredictable response time Dropped packets One big flat Internet –Security and privacy issues: impersonation, DNS hacks, man-in-the-middle, route poisoning, …. –Performance issues 26 Locavore + Upstream SDN Customized virtualization

27 US Ignite Communities Tier 1: Customized virtualization Tier 2: SDN intercity connections Tier 3: Locavore = gigabit + GENI rack Tier 4: Gigabit to and from the end user 27

28 US Ignite Communities Tier 1: Customized virtualization Tier 2: SDN intercity connections Tier 3: Locavore = gigabit + GENI rack Tier 4: Gigabit to and from the end user 28

29 US Ignite Communities Tier 1: Customized virtualization Tier 2: SDN intercity connections Tier 3: Locavore = gigabit + GENI rack Tier 4: Gigabit to and from the end user 29

30 US Ignite Communities Tier 1: Customized virtualization Tier 2: SDN intercity connections Tier 3: Locavore = gigabit + GENI rack Tier 4: Gigabit to and from the end user 30

31 US Ignite Communities Tier 1: Customized virtualization Tier 2: SDN intercity connections Tier 3: Locavore = gigabit + GENI rack Tier 4: Gigabit to and from the end user 31

32 Tier 4: Gigabit to/from users - Children’s Mercy Hospital - Briefcase Health + SightDeck - Gigabots - Drone-carried WiFi - Visualizing virtualized networks 32

33 Tier 3: Locavore - THRIVE pollution modeling - Software lending library - Educational real-time simulations - Augmented reality tools for first responders - Fitnet - Remote physical therapy - Babble - C3STEM - Chandelle - Foresite health monitoring - Hyeraudio - In-home dementia monitoring - OpenPath - PDF Previewer - Roshomon project 33

34 Tier 2: SDN Inter-city apps - THRIVE pollution modeling - Cybersecurity as a service - Looking for a needle in a video haystack - Collaborative VR Surgical simulator - Secure synchrophasor data 34

35 Tier 1: Customized Virtualization - Universal Virtualized Applications - Paradrop - Secure Medical Records 35

36 Chattanooga 36

37 Burlington 37

38 APPLICATIONS 38

39 PM 2.5 Modeling 39 Courtesy David Lary

40 Remote Radiology

41 Public Apps Library

42 42 CASA Radar

43 43 Courtesy Mike Zink

44 44 Courtesy Mike Zink

45 45 Courtesy Mike Zink

46 46 Courtesy EPB

47 47 SimCenter VIDEO: us-ignite.org/Chattanooga-story Courtesy Tim Walsh

48 48 PlanIt Impact Courtesy PlanIt Impact Team

49 49 Applications Summit WiRover In-Home Health Alert Simulation-as-a-Service Real Time Emergency Response CIZZLE CASA SimCenter Smart Grid Chattanooga Burlington FitNet Health

50 APPLICATION FEDERATION 50

51 Application Net Federation SDN/Virtual Networks –Spin-up new application virtual network –Spin-out new application virtual network Initialize as a clone of the current network –Extend (new resources) an existing application virtual network –Merge two (or more) app virtual networks 51

52 Application-to-Application Distributed application (single app) Peer-to-peer instances of an application (single app) Services-oriented architecture (SOA) –See next slide 52

53 Services-Oriented Federation Discovery: UDDI Packets: SOAP Semantic description: WSDL Web services –Example: Google MAP APIs –Mash-ups –WS-Security / SAML 53

54 Fundamental blocks Authentication Authorization Trust Tickets / tokens Logging / billing Stitching ….many many more 54

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56 Locavore Impact Attention and Civic Pride Economic Development Entrepreneurship Smart City Ready Internet of Things (Global City Teams) National Recognition (US Ignite!) 56

57 Customized Virtualization 57 Susan’s Medical Remote surgery Ordinary Internet Virtual Physical

58 50 ms ½ sec 5 sec 1 min 10 min 100 min 16 hrs 1 week 10 weeks 2 years KB MB GB TB PB 1 Gbps Commercially Available Terra Incognita 10 Mbps 100 Gbps Mobile data caps Wired data caps Web page Netflix movie Locavore Gigabit benefits Online backup

59 50 ms ½ sec 5 sec 1 min 10 min 100 min 16 hrs 1 week 10 weeks 2 years KB MB GB TB PB 1 Gbps Commercially Available Currently Infeasible 10 Mbps 100 Gbps Mobile data caps Wired data caps Web page Online backup Netflix movie Locavore Gigabit benefits Cizzle Synchrophaser Remote 3D printer Fly-through data visualization CASA Sim Center Future CASA Flood Cube Live radiology 4K video Uncompressed HD video

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