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    • 23-27 November 2009
      ICSOC-ServiceWave 2009
      OneLab: Federation and Testbeds
      Scott Kirkpatrick
      Hebrew University,
      Jerusalem, Israel
    • Future Internet Characteristics
      World scale
      Edge apps wait for no man
      The AppStores are their testbeds
      But many fail because core services, fast reliable networks, coverage of LBS aren’t adequate or appropriate
      All need to adapt/respond to growing expectations.
    • Federation
      Basic technique for world scale management of Internet testbeds
      Over geography:
      PlanetLab(s) – PLC, PLE, PLK,…
      Over heterogeneous technologies
      NITOS wireless building testbed, others…
      DTN and autonomous networks with non-IP protocols
      Testing that joins the edge to the clouds is key
    • Where do we go next?
      Extend federation support as middleware
      Across control plane (access, security, privacy)
      Across “experimental plane”
      Resource discovery, acquisition and dispatch
      Data definitions for interchange
      Visualization, archiving, sharing or distribution
      Monitoring usage, trends to assure sustainability
    • Where do we stand today?
      Oldest resources – active measurement tools (2004+)
      DIMES (www.netdimes.org) volunteers, software client
      Internet topology over time, at AS, city, POP,, IP level
      Several thousand active agents, data public, used by ~30 academic groups
      ETOMIC () dedicated hardware, some with hardware assist
      Capacity measurements across Europe
      Packet train probes
      >100 registered users
      SAC -- non-ip, autonomous and DTN networks
      NITOS – wireless in-building testbed, OMF controls
    • Internet
      ETOMIC topology
      Switch
      PlanetLab boxes
      Etomic/
      COMO control
      Span port
      Nanosec
      Microsec
      SERVER
      Blackfin
      Ethernet I/F
      Ethernet I/F
      FPGA
      Etomic control
      COMO
      GPS
    • NITOS configurations