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The slides present a possible evolution of Internet Exchanges toward InterCloud Exchanges. ...

The slides present a possible evolution of Internet Exchanges toward InterCloud Exchanges.
Comparable issues within two models are explained. Moreover what TOP-IX has started doing to converge to new model.

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  • Evolution of an IXP Towards InterCloud Exchange Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ giovedì 23 settembre 2010
  • Background: what TOP-IX is NO PROFIT Consortium IXP since 2002 From 2006 DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (DP) DP aims to diffuse the use of broadband Internet and to foster innovation by providing support to early stage Internet ventures. DP works at the level of infrastructure (i.e. band, server, hosting, housing, etc.) and sets out to support the trialling - at a pre-competitive stage - of technologies, services, operational and business models as well as to support innovative initiatives that use broadband Internet. giovedì 23 settembre 2010
  • •19 node •3 Long haul 10 GBE Ring The evolution timeline •N x 10 GBE trunk •18 node (metro) •2  Long  haul  10  GBE  Ring •25  Gbps  Traffic  X •N x 10 GBE trunk (metro) •10 Gbps Traffic X •8 node •2 Long haul FO Gbe •10 GBE trunk •2 Gbps Traffic X 2010 •6 node 2008 •2 Long haul FO Gbe •International interconnection •500 Mps Traffic X •Regional expansion 72 members - Lyon – France) (LyonIX •Public Admin & • Research •120+ star-up hosted 2006 •CDN provider •CLOUD  paradigm •2 node (metro Torino) •Development  program •64 members •1 Gbe (start-­‐up  support  program) • 56 start-up hosted •100 Mps Traffic X •37 members •Star)ng  virtualiza)on   process 2004 •1st startup –hosted •1  apps  1  server •Interregional development •Local  Government  joins 2002 •24 members •Start  opera)on •14 members © mario bros. courtesy NINTENDO giovedì 23 settembre 2010
  • The value of Exchange: what’s next on the net? Demand for The value of “high level” exchange is moving The cost of communication on up the stack bandwidth is (more than IP) from the IP to decreasing exchange is rising  platform and applications giovedì 23 settembre 2010
  • Evolution: Internet and Cloud Computing TCP/IP IP BGP 1968 1974 1978 “Cloud computing 1995 1986 1991 1994 is at the same stage [pre- Arpanet Internet]. Each cloud is a NSFNet CIX commercial 1960 operators system unto itself.” 2000 Vint Cerf 1990 2020 SOAP AWS API 1990s 1999 2003 2006 2009 2010s Grid ASP Amazon InterCloud InterCloud Computing Consortium AWS proposed Exchange? giovedì 23 settembre 2010
  • Beyond bandwidth: content and processing CDNs Cloud IaaS Operators ISPs IXP •Internet eXchanges attract CDN and Cloud operators •Content and processing power concentrate at IXs •No exchange of resources between CDNs or Clouds (Ships in the Night) giovedì 23 settembre 2010
  • When clouds are rising.... 1. What is the role of Internet eXchanges? 2. Are IXPs valuable also in a cloud environment? 3. To what extent Internet peering is similar to Cloud peering? giovedì 23 settembre 2010
  • Internet : Internet eXchange = Cloud Computing : InterCloud eXchange InterCloud  eXchange  (ICX)   A  Communica+on  pla.orm   capable  to  introduce  the   same  benefits  of  IX   (peering,...)  in  the  cloud   environment.   giovedì 23 settembre 2010
  • InterCloud eXchange I.Neutral  Access  Point, II.where  cloud  systems   communicate  by  standard   protocols,   III.in  a  trusted  environment. giovedì 23 settembre 2010
  • Cloud layers Software as a Service Platform as a Service Instrastructure as a Service Infrastructure giovedì 23 settembre 2010
  • ICX: IaaS Peering Integration suite layer !"#$%&'& !"#$%&(& !"#$%&)& !"#$%&*& !" !" !"#$%$ &'()*$%$ #" $" #" !"#$%"$#&'$$%(")& %" 6" $%&'()*+,-"'./01%2'"3*14+(5" &" 78$" OSI OSI giovedì 23 settembre 2010
  • ICX: PaaS Peering Trusted  connec,on,  API  exchange, Common  framework !"#$%&'& !"#$%&-& !#((#)& !#((#)& *+,& *+,& !" ()*+,"#" ()*+,"!" #" -./0+1).23,"" /34*+/534" -./0+1).23,"" /34*+/534" !""#$%&&'()*$ $" !" $%&"'" ()*+,"'" %" :11%"833/.79" &" #" $703/730"833/.79" '" '" !"#$%&'()*+$,-./"0$+1'/2(%3+ (" 6%$" )*+" OSI OSI giovedì 23 settembre 2010
  • Common Issues Flexibility Neutrality Interoperability Internet InterCloud eXchange SLA  management eXchange Exchange Trade giovedì 23 settembre 2010
  • InterNet and InterCloud: framing the issues Flexibility Neutrality Interoperability SLA  management Exchange Trade 28 giovedì 23 settembre 2010
  • InterNet and InterCloud: framing the issues Flexibility Neutrality Interoperability SLA  management Exchange Trade 29 giovedì 23 settembre 2010
  • InterNet and InterCloud: framing the issues Flexibility Neutrality Interoperability SLA  management Exchange Trade 30 giovedì 23 settembre 2010
  • InterNet and InterCloud: framing the issues Flexibility Neutrality Interoperability SLA  management Exchange Trade 31 giovedì 23 settembre 2010
  • InterNet and InterCloud: framing the issues Flexibility Neutrality Interoperability SLA  management Exchange Trade 32 giovedì 23 settembre 2010
  • InterNet and InterCloud: framing the issues Flexibility Neutrality Interoperability SLA  management Exchange Trade 33 giovedì 23 settembre 2010
  • ICX: first steps Pooling resources across different AS’s over a trusted hi-capacity infrastructure •CPU !"#$%&' •RAM 3  !$4,"56' •iSCSI / NFS storage 7+-8.*)' 4,"56' =/-8'";'?.2*' 7-)6:"/*' !"#$%&' 49%'7-):"/*)' 3  >-2*+-<5*)6' ()*+"#",-*./' 3  9)+8)+';.+:' 4":#@' *)2*<)6' A+"5#' 0-/12' Italian University Network =/-8'";'!5+-/' (GARR) 3  >.*.'4)/*+)' giovedì 23 settembre 2010
  • ICX: early examples ! !"#$%& ! "#$%&'()*+#(,*(-,.#/01#2, &*(*3'&'(),454)'&, A**>BC, ! '()*+,*%-& ! 6##7'/*+8',$#&7%+(3,3/9-,:*4'-,#(, #%/;/9-, ! '+./+&&9--<'2*/', ! =*(*39(3,>?@, ! D(3*39(3,/'4#%/$'4,#(,-9E'/'(),89/)%*<9F'-, G**>BC, '(89/#(&'()4, ! 01%23"$-&$<#%-,9()'3/*+#(, ! 4$2)3567$/&'*/<5,)/9*<4, ! 8".9%*7&'*/<5,)/9*<4, giovedì 23 settembre 2010
  • Conclusions Most of our Cloud Exchange infrastructure is at “Proof-of-Concept” stage. Useful to identify the dynamics that become relevant when increasing the scale of the system • Optimal use of HW resources • Better reliability of services/applications • Resources provided and received even out between participants • Brokering of resources giovedì 23 settembre 2010
  • Questions? luca.cicchelli@top-ix.org giovedì 23 settembre 2010