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  • Our topic of project is Management of future internet Our team members are Mi-jung Choi, research professor, and Sungsu Kim, Phd student

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  • 1. European Initiative on Future Internet: 4WARD Mi-jung Choi DP&NM Lab. Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering POSTECH, Korea Email : mjchoi@postech.ac.kr@postech.ac.kr
  • 2. Outline
    • What is Future Internet?
    • Research Roadmap of Future Internet
    • 4WARD
      • Overview
      • Research Goal
      • Key Issues
      • Work Packages
    • Summary
  • 3. What is Future Internet?
    • Need to rethink the fundamental assumptions and design decisions underlying its current architecture
    • Two principal ways in which to evolve or change a system
      • Evolutionary approach (Incremental) : a system is moved from one state to another with incremental patches
      • Revolutionary approach (Clean-slate) : the system is redesigned from scratch to offer improved abstractions and/or performance, while providing similar functionality based on new core principles
    • Future Internet?
      • Clean Slate design of the Internet’s architecture to satisfy the growing demands
      • Management issues of Future Internet also need to be considered from the stage of design
    • Research Goal for Future Internet
      • Performing research for Future Internet and designing new network architectures
      • Building an experimental facility
  • 4. Research Roadmaps of Future Internet 2000 2005 2010 2015 Now 2002 2007 2013 EU NGI FP6 FP7 Euro-NGI(€5M) FIRE Euro-FGI 2006 US 2006 PlanetLab 2002 NSF GENI($365M) GENI NSF NeTS-Find($40M) 2008-2009 Innovative Technology JP e-JAPAN 2002 u-JAPAN NGN R1/2 NGN R3 2004 2004 JGN II Post JGN II 2008 Overlay Architecture Architecture Projects Overlay Projects Future Network 2007
  • 5. 4WARD – Overview (1)
    • Architecture and Design for the Future Internet
    • A project of the European Union in the 7th framework program and develops methods, concepts and architectures for networks of the future
    • Duration
      • Jan. 2008 ~ Dec. 2009
    • Web Site
      • www.4ward-project.eu
    • Cost
      • Total cost: 23.245 M €
      • EC contribution: 14.448 M €
  • 6. 4WARD – Overview (2)
    • Project coordinator
      • Henrik Abramowicz, Ericsson
    • Partners
      • 37 projects partners
      • Ericsson
      • Nokia Siemens Networks
      • Siemens Program and System Engineering SRL Brasov
      • Alcatel-Lucent
      • NEC Europe Ltd.
      • Deutsche Telekom AG
      • France Telecom
      • Telecom Italia S.p.A.
      • Telekomunikacja Polska S.A.
      • Portugal Telecom Inovacao
      • SA Telefonica
      • University: Paris 6, Berlin, Surrey, Basel, Bremen, Lancaster, Lisbon, etc.
      • SICS: Swedish Institute of Computer Science AB.
      • Etc.
  • 7. 4WARD Partners
  • 8. 4WARD’s Research Goal
    • Overcomes current Internet architectural impasse through a set of radical architectural approaches built on mobile and wireless background
    • Improve ability to design interoperable and complementary families of network architecture
    • Enable the co-existence of multiple networks on common platforms
    • Enhance the utility of networks by making them self-managing
    • Increase robustness and efficiency of networks by leveraging diversity
    • Improve application support by a new information-centric paradigm
  • 9. 4WARD’s Strategic Objective
    • By creating a family of dependable and interoperable networks providing direct and ubiquitous access to information
      • Increase the competitiveness of the European networking industry
      • Improve the quality of life for European citizens
    • Goal
      • Make the development of networks and networked applications faster and easier, leading to both more advanced and more affordable communication services
  • 10. Key Issues
    • Interoperability
      • A mew approach to a multitude of networks
      • Create a framework for many networks to bloom as part of a family of interoperable networks that can coexist and complement each other
    • Self-Management
      • Have a ‘default-on’ management entity, which is an inseparable part of the network itself
      • Capable of adjusting itself to difference network sizes, configurations, and external conditions
    • Active Network Path
      • Consider a path as an active part of the network that controls itself and provides customized transport services
    • Information-Centric
      • Build a network as a network of information and services where services and information are mobile and distributed
  • 11. Technical Approach (1)
    • Combine
      • Innovations needed to improve the operation of any single network architecture
      • Multiple different and specialized network architecture
    • Work
      • On innovations overcoming the shortcomings of current communication networks (Internet)
      • In a framework that allows the coexistence, interoperability, and complementarity of several network architecture
      • In an integrated fashion, avoiding pitfalls like the current Internet’s ‘patch on a patch’ approach
  • 12. Technical Approach (2)
    • Structured into 6 work packages
      • 3 packages: consider innovations for a single network architecture
      • 1 package: study the use of virtualization to allow multiple networking architectures to coexist on the same infrastructure
      • 1 package: Look at the design and development of interoperable architectures
      • 1 package: Ensure that all envisaged developments take proper account of essential non-technical issues
  • 13. Work Phases
  • 14. Projects
    • 6 work packages
  • 15. Work Packages
  • 16. WP1: BIRD
    • B usiness I nnovation, R egulation and D issemination
    • To understand and assess both how new technology may foster new usages and business models as well as how new usages and societal trends may require new or enhanced technologies
    • To investigate implications of policy and governance on networking technologies (including regulation) and vice versa
    • Dissemination and External Collaboration
  • 17. WP2: New APC
    • New A rchitectural P rinciples and C oncepts
  • 18. WP3: VNET
    • Network Virtualisation
    • Task 3.1: Virtualisation Architecture and Scenarios
    • Task 3.2: Virtualisation of Network Resources
    • Task 3.3: Provisioning of Virtual Networks and Virtualisation Management
    • Task 3.4: Evaluation
    • Joint Tasks with other work packages:
      • Task TC23: Joint Task with NewAPC
      • Task TC34: Joint Task with InNetMgmt
      • Task TC356: Joint Task with ForMux and NetInf
  • 19. WP4: INM
    • I n N etwork M anagement
    • Evaluate and demonstrate the INM approach to embedded autonomic self-management for selected scenarios
    • Providing abstractions and a framework for a self-organizing management plane
    • Design and implement a thin pervasive self-organizing network management plane
      • provide access to and communication between local self-management functions embedded in the network
      • organize itself within a given network and adapts to dynamic changes of network topology and structure
    • Develop registration and access mechanisms for embedded self-descriptive management functions provided by participating nodes within the management plane
    • Define a scheme, strategies, and protocols for collaborative monitoring, self-optimizing , and self-healing
    • Investigate search engine technologies for retrieval of information from an information base that is unstructured, incomplete, timed out and/or faulty
    • Apply the in-network management approach to virtual networks and a network of information investigated in WP3 and WP6
  • 20. WP5: ForMux
    • Forwarding and Multiplexing for Generic Paths (ForMux)
    • Task 5.1: Path generalizations in a functional architecture
    • Task 5.2: Generic paths by cooperation and coding mechanisms
    • Task 5.3: Realizing a generic path by routing
    • Task 5.4: Interactions of multiple generic paths
    • Task 5.5: Mobility by generic path
    • Task 5.6: Evaluation in proof-of-concept testbeds
    • Task TC356: Joint Task with WP3(VNet) and WP6 (NetInf)
  • 21. WP6: NetInf
    • Network of Information
    • Task 6-1: NetInf Architecture
    • Task 6-2: Information modeling
    • Task 6-3: Basic dissemination mechanisms and services
    • Task 6-4: Non-dissemination and delay-sensitive services
    • Task 6-5: NetInf evaluation
    • Task C46: Joint task of WP4 (InNetMgmt) and WP6 (NetInf)
    • Task C356: Joint task of WP3 (Vnet), WP5 (ForMux) and WP6 (NetInf)
  • 22. WPs Summary
  • 23. 4WARD Interactions
  • 24. Summary
    • Inherent integration of self-management
    • Increasing the amount of network features reliably available to end-user applications
      • Like mobility, QoS, security but also scalability, deploy-ability
    • Driving innovation and new business opportunities into the network layer
    • Defining a systems approach to the Future Internet
    • Drive the work from the mobile and wireless perspectives
  • 25. Question and Discussion Question??