Geni @ us ignite summit june 2013

307 views
206 views

Published on

Inventing our Future GENI Presentation by Chip Elliott at US Ignite Application Summit

Published in: Technology, Education
0 Comments
1 Like
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total views
307
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
2
Comments
0
Likes
1
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Geni @ us ignite summit june 2013

  1. 1. Sponsored by the National Science Foundation Inventing our Future Chip Elliott GENI Project Office www.geni.net
  2. 2. Sponsored by the National Science Foundation 2US Ignite Summit – June 2013 www.geni.net The best way to predict the future is to invent it. Alan Kay
  3. 3. Sponsored by the National Science Foundation 3US Ignite Summit – June 2013 www.geni.net It began as a crazy idea . . . “The Intergalactic Computer Network” J.C.R. Licklider, 1963 IBM Computer, 1964
  4. 4. Sponsored by the National Science Foundation 4US Ignite Summit – June 2013 www.geni.net . . . which spread first through researchers The “email device”
  5. 5. Sponsored by the National Science Foundation 5US Ignite Summit – June 2013 www.geni.net . . . and then “just grew” Note the missing “pre app” days!
  6. 6. Sponsored by the National Science Foundation 6US Ignite Summit – June 2013 www.geni.net The secret to the Internet’s success * on their primitive computers Anyone can create apps / web pages Anyone can install and use them* Open platforms An early web browser an early smart phone
  7. 7. Sponsored by the National Science Foundation 7US Ignite Summit – June 2013 www.geni.net Open Innovation created a revolution * kind of Anyone can create apps / web pages Anyone can install and use them* Open platforms
  8. 8. Sponsored by the National Science Foundation 8US Ignite Summit – June 2013 www.geni.net What would happen if we could be more open than the Internet ?
  9. 9. Sponsored by the National Science Foundation 9US Ignite Summit – June 2013 www.geni.net GENI - inventing our future We’re building out GENI through universities across the US Funds in hand Needs funding As of 2/2013 Self funding
  10. 10. Sponsored by the National Science Foundation 10US Ignite Summit – June 2013 www.geni.net Revolutionary GENI Idea Slices and Deep Programmability Install the software I want throughout my network slice (into firewalls, routers, clouds, …) And keep my slice isolated from your slice, so we don’t interfere with each other The Internet is Channel 1, but many other channels are open!
  11. 11. Sponsored by the National Science Foundation 11US Ignite Summit – June 2013 www.geni.net Toroki LightSwitch 4810 Georgia Tech: a great example One of the early GENI-enabled campuses Nick Feamster PI Russ Clark, GT-RNOC Ellen Zegura Ron Hutchins, OIT • OpenFlow in 4 GT lab buildings now • OpenFlow/BGPMux coursework now • Dormitory trial • Students will “live in the future” – Internet in one slice, multiple future internets in additional slices Trials of “GENI-enabled” commercial equipment Arista 7124S Switch HP ProCurve 5400 Switch Juniper MX240 Ethernet Services Router NEC IP8800 Ethernet Switch NEC WiMAX Base Station HTC Android smart phone GENI racks
  12. 12. Sponsored by the National Science Foundation 12US Ignite Summit – June 2013 www.geni.net • GENI racks • WiMAX (-> LTE) Rapidly growing list of equipment vendors • OpenFlow / SDN
  13. 13. Sponsored by the National Science Foundation 13US Ignite Summit – June 2013 www.geni.netSponsored by the National Science Foundation November 3, 2010 Pathlet Architecture University of Illinois • Lets users monitor and select their own network paths to optimize their services • Protects critical traffic even without waiting for adaptation time 13 path 1 failed link path 2 Resilient Routing in the Pathlet Architecture AshishVulimiri and Brighten Godfrey University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Deploy innovative routing architecture deep into network switches across the US
  14. 14. Sponsored by the National Science Foundation 14US Ignite Summit – June 2013 www.geni.net ActiveCDN Columbia University ActiveCDN ActiveCDN Kansas Utah Clemson Benefits of ActiveCDN: • Dynamic deployment based on load • Localized services such as weather, ads and news GPO Jae Woo Lee, Jan Janak, Roberto Francescangeli, SumanSrinivasan, Eric Liu, Michael Kester, SalmanBaset, Wonsang Song, and Henning Schulzrinne Internet Real-Time Lab, Columbia University Program content distribution services deep into the network, adapt distribution in real time as demand shifts
  15. 15. Sponsored by the National Science Foundation 15US Ignite Summit – June 2013 www.geni.net Multi-radar NetCDF Data Nowcast Processing 1. Spin up system in Amazon commercial EC2 and S3 services on demand “raw” live data Generate “raw” live data ViSE/CASA radar nodes http://stb.ece.uprm.edu/current.jsp ViSE views steerable radars as shared, virtualized resources http://geni.cs.umass.edu/vise Nowcast images for display Weather NowCasting University of Massachusetts David Irwin et al Create and run realtime “weather service on demand” as storms turn life-threatening
  16. 16. Sponsored by the National Science Foundation 16US Ignite Summit – June 2013 www.geni.net Aster*x Load Balancing (OpenFlow) Stanford University Nikhil Handigol et al, Stanford Univ. Program realtime load-balancing functionality deep into the network itself
  17. 17. Sponsored by the National Science Foundation 17US Ignite Summit – June 2013 www.geni.net GENI is growing to 100-200 US campuses What if we can be more open than the Internet ? Dr. Brighten Godfrey
  18. 18. Sponsored by the National Science Foundation 18US Ignite Summit – June 2013 www.geni.net More open than the Internet Next-gen apps taking full advantage of next-generation, deeply programmable networks
  19. 19. Sponsored by the National Science Foundation 19US Ignite Summit – June 2013 www.geni.net The best way to predict the future is to invent it. Dr.KerenBergmanandstudents

×