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  • * GENI 는 아직 preliminary design 단계이고 , 확정되지 않은 decision 이 많이 존재한다 . GENI prototyping 을 통해 확정되지 않은 decision 에 대한 결과가 어떠할지에 대해 미리 알 수 있고 , 이를 통해 GENI construction risk 를 줄이려고 한다 .

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  • 1. CS744 Proposal: “Prototyping of Global Environment for Network Innovations Based on User Controlled LightPath" 2007.10.1 Yu Yeongjae [email_address]
  • 2. Table of Contents
    • Introduction
    • Motivation
    • Objective
    • Scope
    • Issues
    • Schedule
    • Reference
  • 3. 1. Introduction 1.1 Global Environment for Network Innovations (GENI) - GENI is an experimental facility intended to enable fundamental innovations in networking and distributed systems [Peterson 07] - GENI will allow researchers to experiment with alternative network architectures, services, and applications at scale and under real-world conditions [Clark 07] 1.2 User Controlled LightPath (UCLPv2) - UCLP is a network virtualization management tool built using web services [Lemay 06] - Users can create several parallel application specific networks from a single physical network through UCLP [Lemay 06]
  • 4. 2. Motivation - Through the use of virtualization, GENI will support multiple independent experiments running simultaneously across a diverse set of network technologies [Clark 07] » UCLP may provide certain level of network virtualization - Prototyping of GENI is needed to aggressively drive down GENI construction risk [Elliott 07] » Can lambda based infrastructure coupled with UCLP be served as a prototype of GENI?
  • 5. 3. Objective We build a prototype of GENI by deploying UCLP without VR and UCLP with VR to the lambda based network. And we analyze them with respect to GENI prototyping. <Relationship among PlanetLab, PL-VINI, UCLP and GENI>
  • 6. 4. Scope - Read papers and survey related work - Extend UCLP to support Virtual Routers - Deploy original UCLP and extended UCLP to lambda based network - Experiment on specific examples which can’t be supported by VINI and can be supported by extend UCLP - Analysis original UCLP, extended UCLP and the experimentation with respect to GENI prototyping
  • 7. 5. Issues
    • Capabilities of Virtual Routers
    • - We need to analyze the capabilities of Virtual Routers
    • - We’ll start it i n a bottom-up approach
    • Specific examples and scenarios for experiment
  • 8. 6. Schedule
    • October
    • - Read papers and survey related work
    • - Extend UCLP to support Virtual Routers
    • - Deploy original UCLP and extended UCLP to lambda based
    • network
    • - Experiment on specific examples which can’t be supported
    • by VINI and can be supported by extend UCLP
    • November
    • - Analysis original UCLP, extended UCLP and
    • the experimentation with respect to GENI prototyping
    • - Writer a paper
    • December
    • - Make up the paper
  • 9. Reference [1] David Clark, Scott Shenker, Aaron Falk, “ GENI Research Plan ”, GDD-06-28, April 2007 [2] Larry Peterson, John Wroclawski, “ Overview of the GENI Architecture ”, GDD-06-11, January 2007 [3] Larry Peterson, Tom Anderson, Dan Blumenthal, “ GENI Facility Design ”, GDD-07-44, March 2007 [4] Jonathan Turner, “ A Proposed Architecture for the GENI Backbone Platform ”, GDD-06-09, March 2006 [5] Dan Blumenthal, Nick McKeown, “ Backbone Node: Requirements and Architecture ”, GDD-06-26, November 2006 [6] Chip Elliott, “Introducing the GENI Project Office (GPO)”, Internet Innovation Workshop, June 2007