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© 2013 Georgia Institute of Technology GENI and OpenFlow/SDN at Georgia Tech Russ Clark in collaboration with Ron Hutchins, Nick Feamster, and Matt Sanders January 7, 2013
© 2013 Georgia Institute of Technology 2 Status GENI OpenFlow Campus Trials Participant OpenFlow/SDN deployed in 5 buildings Combination of vendors: NEC, HP, Quanta Mesoscale resources available today FOAM, FlowVisor, various compute nodes InstaGENI rack expected next month Used in various classes and student projects Category focus of student competition this year
© 2013 Georgia Institute of Technology 4 Projects Primary GENI POC Primary Projects Magic Window video conferencing system BISmark home router management Various policy, big data and mobility related projects Key collaborators: Ron Hutchins, Matt Sanders and Nick Feamster
Campus Testbed for Network Management and Operations Nick Feamster Georgia Tech Joint with Ankur Nayak, Russ Clark, Ron Hutchins, Campus OIT Also input.
Future Internet Research and Experiments EU vs USA 7 June, 2012 Róbert Szabó Dept. of Telecommunications and Media Informatics Budapest University of Technology.
GENI/CCNIE Workshop: UW-Madison Key components & approx timetable/milestones 100Gbps (campus to Internet2 & ESNet) (6/30/13) Science DMZ (8/15/13) Openflow/SDN.
Resonance: Dynamic Access Control in Enterprise Networks Ankur Nayak, Alex Reimers, Nick Feamster, Russ Clark School of Computer Science Georgia Institute.
CentMesh : a project to build a versatile, open source shared resource on campus Provide an active testbed to support research and instruction on wireless.
Nick Feamster Research: Network security and operations –Helping network operators run the network better –Helping users help themselves Lab meetings:
1 OpenFlow Research on the Georgia Tech Campus Network Russ Clark Nick Feamster Students: Yogesh Mundada, Hyojoon Kim, Ankur Nayak, Anirudh Ramachandran,
1 Resonance: Dynamic Access Control in Enterprise Networks Ankur Nayak, Alex Reimers, Nick Feamster, Russ Clark School of Computer Science Georgia Institute.
GENI and Software Defined Networking/OpenFlow for Universities: Motivation, Strategy, and Uses Jim Bottum Vice Provost and CIO Kuang-Ching KC Wang Holcombe.
Network Troubleshooting: rcc and Beyond Nick Feamster Georgia Tech (joint with Russ Clark, Yiyi Huang, Anukool Lakhina)
Research Summary Nick Feamster. The Big Picture Improving Internet availability by making networks easier to operate Three approaches –From the ground.
Sponsored by the National Science Foundation 1 ENTGENI and OFSTAN Spiral 2 Year-end Project Review Stanford University PI: Nick McKeown, Guru Parulkar.
1 Spiral 1 Requirements Demonstrate GENI Clearinghouse & control framework in Spiral 1 projects as a central GENI concept. Demonstrate End-to-end.
Course Overview and Introduction CS 3251: Computer Networking I Nick Feamster Spring 2013.
Course Overview and Introduction Nick Feamster CS 6250: Computer Networking Fall 2011.
GENI Research and Educational Experiment Workshop Panel Kuang-Ching “KC” Wang Holcombe Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering Supported in part.
Sponsored by the National Science Foundation WIMXUWI Spiral 2 Year-end Project Review University of Wisconsin-Madison PI: Suman Banerjee Staff: Ben Willard.
Tools and Resources for Software Defined Networks Martin Swany Indiana Center for Network Translational Research and Education (InCNTRE)
© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. Enabling Cloud with SDN/Virtual.
Supporting further and higher education Innovation JISC e-Learning Programme: Innovation Strand Lisa Gray Programme Manager.
Unifying Packet & Circuit Networks with OpenFlow Saurav Das, Guru Parulkar, & Nick McKeown Stanford University Huawei, Feb 3 rd 2010
Nick Feamster Research Interest: Networked Systems Arriving January 2006 Likely teaching CS 7260 in Spring 2005 Here off-and-on until then. works.
Course Overview and Introduction CS 4251: Computer Networking II Nick Feamster Spring 2008.
Future Internet: New Network Architectures and Technologies An Introduction to OpenFlow and Software-Defined Networking Christian Esteve Rothenberg
Pac.c Packet & Circuit Convergence with OpenFlow Saurav Das, Guru Parulkar, & Nick McKeown Stanford University
MOVING IMAGE COLLECTIONS A Window to the Worlds Moving Images Grace Agnew – March 2004.
Networking Research Nick Feamster CS Nick Feamster Ph.D. from MIT, Post-doc at Princeton this fall Arriving January 2006 –Here off-and-on until.
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